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".

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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Favorite Bind off

Favorite Bind off Tutorial for Machine Knitting

An all-time favorite bind off that allows for control over the stretch of the bind off edge. Even if you love the round-the-gatepeg bind off method. You have to
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Designer I-Cord Seams and Edges

Designer I-Cord Seams and Edges Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Add designer details to your garments with basic I-Cord accented seams and garment edges.

Button Band Finishes

Button Band Finishes Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here are some decorative band finishes that can be used for button and buttonhole bands. Also included are 4 methods of securing a doubled band for a
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Picot Cast on

Picot Cast on Tutorial for Machine Knitting

A picot cast on creates a stretchy, decorative edge that can be used when knitting over every other needle or when you want to jazz up a plain edge.

Reversible Band

Reversible Band Tutorial for Machine Knitting

This amazing band encloses the edge of your garment. Use it for cardigan bands, neckbands or anywhere you want both sides to look beautiful. No ugly bind off
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Afterthought Scallop

Afterthought Scallop Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Added to the side of a knitted piece, this edge provides a firm base for a soft scallop. Perfect for the front opening of a cardigan. Eliminate the
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Taming the Curl

Taming the Curl Tutorial for Machine Knitting

When knitting in stockinette, both hand and machine, a knitter needs to deal with the rolling edges. It’s the nature of the knitted stitches to curl.
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Sharp Creases

Sharp Creases Tutorial for Machine Knitting

You have a number of options when you want a nice, sharp crease. Creases in the legs of slacks add a professional finish. A creased facing is a quick way to
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Crisp Rolled Edge

Crisp Rolled Edge Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Knitters spend a lot of time dealing with the edges of their knitting - especially the natural roll of knitting. Here's an easy technique that embraces
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Edges for Slit Skirts, Sweaters and Necklines

Edges for Slit Skirts, Sweaters and Necklines Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Adding a slit to a slim pencil skirt, or at the side hem seam of a sweater or even at the neckline of a pullover can add comfort and style. Included
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Picot Edge on the Knitting Machine

Picot Edge on the Knitting Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Similar to a crochet picot edge, this technique creates a pretty, feminine edge on your knitting.

Faux Crochet Edge

Faux Crochet Edge Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Here is an absolutely gorgeous edge that looks like crochet, but easily worked on the machine. Once you see the basic construction, I'm sure you'll come
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Decorative Looped Edge Finish

Decorative Looped Edge Finish Tutorial for Machine Knitting

A looped edge adds a soft finish to your knitting. Quickly add to either cast on or bind off edges. Because the edges are similar, this is a nice finish for
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Easy (Lazy) Edge Finish

Easy (Lazy) Edge Finish Tutorial for Machine Knitting

A simple edge finish that is perfect for slits and neck openings, especially on kids pullovers. A fellow knitter, Jill, asked how to finish the opening on a
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Knit-in I-Cord

Knit-in I-Cord Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Borrowed from a hand-knitting technique, i-cord edges are a great way to finish scarves, shawls and any edge that won't be seamed. Master your machine
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Sawtooth Edges on the Machine

Sawtooth Edges on the Machine Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Knitters love the look of these sawtooth edges. We show 3 variations to knit, plus ways to easily attach them to your sweater, hat, scarf, blanket
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Slipped Chain Edge Finish

Slipped Chain Edge  Finish Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Slip the edge stitches as if to knit - this instruction is a basic edge finish for hand knitters. Machine knitters can easily duplicate this look. Watch how
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Playing with Pintucks

Playing with Pintucks Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Pintucks are a simple way to add dimension to your knitting. Multi-color pintucks, graduated pintucks, garter pintucks, eyelet pintucks. The possibilities are
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Vertical Bands

Vertical Bands Tutorial for Machine Knitting

Vertical bands for cardigan fronts are beautiful. This style of band is fast - no picking up stitches to form a separate band, but you do need to plan ahead
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