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This is a common technique for grafting live stitches and this video demonstrates how to do it without a tapestry needle.
This is a common technique for seaming two pieces together. This is often used to seam up the sides of a sweater.
This is a technique for seaming garter stitch pieces side by side.
This is a technique that allows you to seam two pieces together and bind off simultaneously.
This is an alternative technique to the mattress stitch that doesn't leave a ridge, however, it is not quite as sturdy.
This video explains the steps to wet blocking and why it's important.
This explains how to steam block your work and when it might be useful. This technique requires an iron.
This technique is important if you are trying to block lace.
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