All Tutorials 2022

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Video Tutorials
Bind Off That Matches Picot Cast On (4:17 minutes)
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Great Way to Attach Buttons to Your Knits (7:18 minutes)
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Simple Way to Get Perfect Tension in Stranded Knitting (2:13 minutes)
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Easy Way to Make Neat Cables Without a Cable Needle (4:59 minutes)
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Bind Off That Keeps Edges From Curling (3:00 minutes)
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Tiny Hearts Lace (6:51 minutes)
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Sure Way to Prevent Ladders Between the Needles (4:12 minutes)
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Quick Overview of Dictionary of Knitting Symbols and Abbreviations (1:03 minutes)
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How to Knit Two-Colour Cables (4:53 minutes)
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Neater Alternative to Purl 2 Together (1:52 minutes)
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Lovely Delicate Edging for Shawls, Blankets and Cardigans (2:43 minutes)
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Braided Bind Off Worked Flat and in the Round (7:47 minutes)
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Knit 5 Together - Two Easy Ways (3:03 minutes)
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Join Yarn Without Leaving Tails to Weave In (2:54 minutes)
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Multicoloured Chevron + Three Ways to Deal with Yarn Tails (4:10 minutes)
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Invisible Way to Join Open Stitches to Cast On Edge (2:50 minutes)
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Quick Introduction to Fringed Wrap and Fringed Cowl Patterns (0:48 minutes)
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Simple Way to Attach a Button Band As You Knit (5:09 minutes)
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Droplets Bind Off in Five Simple Steps (3:14 minutes)
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    1. Hello, Joy. It seems that you’ve successfully got to the club dashboard. That means that you’ve entered the correct password. Thank you for joining the club πŸ™‚

  1. I purchased the 2022 tutorial club and did not receive the usual email with my passcode. Can you please advise me, Ty

  2. Today I had to “knit back” about 3 rows of 120 stitches in the round. I was going to use Maryna’s advice about using the double-pointed needles (or circular) on the back side of the fabric. However, my project was in a pattern. Her clever advice about knitting fair isle in the round inside out came in handy! I turned my project inside out and therefore could see the pattern exactly and knew when to stop back knitting back to where I had made a glaring error! So not only did I learn that fair isle trick, it prompted a solution to the knitting back problem. As an intermediate knitter, I am so thankful for all of the tutorials.

    1. My dear Barbara, What a great idea to use the inside-out Fair Isle method to help clearly see the stitches when unraveling a few rounds! Hats off to your creativity, my friend πŸ™‚

  3. wondering if you might have some tips for newbies on tension. I started learning to knit this past August 2021, and have literally tried every style/way to knit. I can not find a way to knit that makes me happy. so because of that, i have still yet to make anything. lol. i’m good with tension on casting on, my problem is tension on the stitches, they are super tight even when I make myself try to be loser. I can not find a way to help me with tension. i know practice makes perfect, but like i said, ive been β€œpracticing since August so right at 7 months and still can not do it! Do you have any tips tp help us tight knitting beginners? plz help, i want to knit so badly! i can crochet anything in the world w great tension so i tried holding the yarn like i do while crocheting but its still not working. What am i doing wrong? Any idea?

    1. My dear Christy, I had a very similar issue with my tension when I just started to knit as a little girl. My stitches were so tight that I couldn’t even slide them on the needle. It looked ridiculous and my sister was making fun of me. One day I decided to prove her wrong and I deliberately made each stitch as big as possible as I was knitting. The little piece of fabric that I made looked a lot like a fishing net. Surprisingly enough, once I started to knit normally after this exercise, my tension improved and very soon I found “my tension” that was not too tight and not too loose. I hope that this method that I discovered accidentally will help you as well – make a swatch and try to make each stitch as big as possible as you knit it. Because you are a crocheter, you will probably find it more comfortable to work with the yarn in your left hand (the Continental or Russian knitting style). Here’s a video that shows my version of holding yarn and adjusting tension in Continental knitting – Here’s a tutorial that describes an alternative way to hold yarn in the left hand – Good luck, my friend πŸ™‚ Maryna

    1. Hi Sue. The members of the Club 2022 get access to the PDF versions of all tutorials published in 2022, all e-books and patterns published in 2022 and they can watch all video tutorials published this year without ads. They also get a 25% discount on all other e-books, patterns, courses and collections of tutorials, including courses about Russian Knitting and Top-Down Hats. This discount is valid for the whole year of 2022. Happy knitting, my friend πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Linda, the link to the PDF with the tutorial about 2-colour cables is the last link in the “Tutorials” section. Happy knitting πŸ™‚

  4. I received a notice for a tutorial by email; there was a link to it which I clicked and it sent me to a page on your site where I have to scroll and scroll and look and search, when all I wanted was the tutorial. You should fix that. Nobody has the time.

    1. My dear Pamela, Each newsletter has a direct link to the PDF to help you download the full tutorial right away without even going to the Club dashboard. Happy knitting, my friend πŸ™‚

  5. The Hidden knot of joining two yarns without weaving tails is amazing! thank you SO much! And thank you for all you videos and teaching lessons. I really like that you test everything with all kinds of yarns and techniques.

    1. Thank you, Peg πŸ™‚ I’m really glad that you like this way of joining yarn. Happy knitting, my friend! Maryna

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