Rolled Hem Study

Rolled Hem Study Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Rolled hems are a quick and easy way to put a casual hem on a sweater. The rule of thumb is to gradually change the tension so the roll is more pronounced. Is
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Chained Hem

Chained Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

A chained hem is decorative and a modern alternative to a hung hem or ribbing. Not only pretty, it "tames the curl".

Knitting Curved Hems

Knitting Curved Hems Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Add a soft, flattering touch to the hems of your sweaters. Curve the sides with short row shaping.Work the hem finish of your choice, then shape the sides
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Bands for Hemmed Cardigans

Bands for Hemmed Cardigans Tutorial for Machine Knitting

5 tips for adding buttonhole and button bands to cardigans with hems. Learn techniques for professional finishing.

I-Cord Bind off and Cast on

I-Cord Bind off and Cast on Tutorial for Machine Knitting

If you are a hand knitter, you may have heard of an i-cord bind off. Let's work it on the knitting machine... Plus we'll examine an i-cord cast on that will
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Curved Hems - Overview

Curved Hems - Overview Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Curved hems can be both functional and decorative. From planning to knitting, let's explore the how and why of knitting curved hems.

Mock Ribbing How To

Mock Ribbing How To Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Mock Ribbing (False Ribbing) is a good substitute for hand knitting ribbing, hand manipulating ribbing or using a ribber. Learn the basic technique (with a few
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Fence Post Hem (Double Bed)

Fence Post Hem (Double Bed) Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Firm, decorative hem using the ribber. Includes printable worksheet.

Flat Picot Hem

Flat Picot Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

A basic picot hem that lays flat because of using every other needle on the private side. Picots without transferring stitches! A staple hem for every knitter.
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Hung Hem Basics

Hung Hem Basics Tutorial for Machine Knitting

The classic hung hem is the basis for many decorative hems that you will use. Use this technique for bands as well. This tutorial includes 3 methods of
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Best Ever Picot Hem

Best Ever Picot Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here is a great picot hem that is less bulky and more feminine than any other! There is a little more transferring to do, but the results are well worth it!

Mock Corrugated Ribbing

Mock Corrugated Ribbing Tutorial for Machine Knitting

In a previous video we explored creating corrugated rib on the knitting machine. This involved
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No Fuss, Upside-Down, Hung Hem

No Fuss, Upside-Down, Hung Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Inspired by a ready-to-wear sweater, this hem adds an interesting small roll a the hem join.

Hung Hem with Cast on Comb

Hung Hem with Cast on Comb Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Try this! Here's a quick way to hang a hem without re-hanging each stitch from waste yarn.

Seaming Mock Ribbing

Seaming Mock Ribbing Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Mock ribbing is a great alternative for machine knitters to use instead of hand manipulating knit and purls stitches, using a ribber or hand knitting
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Basic Turning Rows

Basic Turning Rows Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Many times patterns will instruct you to “knit a turning row” when hanging a hem. The purpose is to create a crease or decorative edge along the fold
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Reverse Hung Hem

Reverse Hung Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Have you ever wanted to end a knitted piece with a hem? Scarves and blankets can use this technique.Multiple options are presented for creating and
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Faux Garter Stitch Hems

Faux Garter Stitch Hems Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's a different hem treatment that is great when knitting highly textured stitch patterns like g-carriage or tuck patterns. Included are
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Perfect Designer Hems

Perfect Designer Hems Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Long time knitter, instructor and knitwear designer, Bonnie Triola shares her secrets for perfect designer hems. Her hems do not flare or roll and will add the
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Picot and Eyelet Hem

Picot and Eyelet Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Simple, lacy, hung hem with eyelets. Useful when knitting an openwork pattern. Decorative on plain knitting.

Scalloped Eyelet Hem

Scalloped Eyelet Hem Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Delicate scalloped hem. 3 variations with eyelets for a beautiful beginning.

Mock Ribbing Variations

Mock Ribbing Variations Tutorial for Machine Knitting

No ribber? Don't hand knit, but want ribbing? Many machine knitters turn to mock ribbing for the hems and cuffs of their sweaters. Here are
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Mock Ribbing

Mock Ribbing Tutorial for Machine Knitting

One of the first hem techniques that many machine knitters learn is mock ribbing. It is basically a hem that imitates ribbing. Mock Rib is quick and
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Basic Ribbing without a Ribber

Basic Ribbing without a Ribber Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Without a ribber, knitting knit and purl stitches on a flat bed machine takes a bit of work. By re-forming individual stitches you can include purl stitches in
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Decorative Cabled Ribbing on the Machine

Decorative Cabled Ribbing on the Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here's a decorative cabled rib that is fun to knit on the machine. Combine re-formed stitches with cables for an interesting stitch pattern that will add an
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Hand Knit Ribbing with Machine Knitting

Hand Knit Ribbing with Machine Knitting Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Get the best of both worlds! Add hand knitting to your machine knitting.There is no law that says machine knit garments have to be done completely on
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