Subcribe Save Image

February issue of Let's Knit
Magazine on sale now.

Click Here

Want access to over 1,000
knitting patterns?

cancel

FREE Advanced Knitting Videos

Advanced • 5 lessons

Take your knitting up a notch or two! Now that you've mastered all those beginner techniques, you can develop your skills with five FREE knitting videos that cover those tricky techniques. Pick just one of these tutorials or watch all five, the choice is yours. Don't forget, you can watch even more videos and refresh your skills with a Let's Knit Together membership.

Course created by

Neti Love & Julie Peasgood

Take your knitting up a notch or two! Now that you've mastered all those beginner techniques, you can develop your skills with five FREE knitting videos that cover those tricky techniques. Pick just one of these tutorials or watch all five, the choice is yours. Don't forget, you can watch even more videos and refresh your skills with a Let's Knit Together membership.

Read More Begin this course
FREE Advanced Knitting Videos

Course Overview

Price

Price

Included with Let’s Knit Together membership

Instructor

Instructor

Neti Love & Julie Peasgood

Lessons

Lessons

5

Difficulty

Difficulty

Advanced

Course Lessons ( 5 )

  • 1. How to: join with Kitchener stitch

    8:43

    Kitchener Stitch is a great way to create a seamless join between two edges, for example, on the toes of socks or tips of mittens. Holding two needles parallel, you’ll graft the two sides together for a non-bulky seam using a tapestry needle.

  • 2. How to: work cables (C4F/C4B)

    09:21

    To knit a cable, you'll temporarily hold a specified number of stitches at the front (F) or back (B) of your knitting, while you work others – the method is the same. This swaps the order and creates the twist effect.

  • 3. How to: work stripes (carrying yarn up side)

    05:36

    Whether plain or patterned, stripes are a great way to add colour. With narrow bands, it's best to carry yarn up the side to use again, and this minimises yarn tails, too.

  • 4. How to: avoid accidental increases

    04:32

    It can be easy to create extra stitches, either by splitting your yarn or with extra yarn overs on your needle, so here are the telltale signs to watch out for.

  • 5. How to: work a left twist stitch

    5:34

    There are lots of different twist stitches, usually worked over against a contrast background, and often as a column of stitches for extra effect. Here, we’re creating a left twist, without a cable needle.

Instant access to over 50 knitting videos. Learn to knit today!

Sign up to Let’s Knit Together and start learning new skills today!

Join the club

Members also like these courses

Meet our crafts family