By slipping the first stitch of each row you can create an orderly chain of stitches up the sides of your knitting.
Create a simple edging on all sides of your knitting and reduce color variation between skeins.
Step-by-step photos of how to rearrange stitches into their final order within a 2/2 cable so you can quickly knit straight across.
Lifted increases (also called 'raised increases') are a great way to inconspicuously add stitches to your knitting.
Did you know there is a purl version of a long-tail CO? By alternating the knit and purl version you can create a nearly invisible edge for the ribbing of hats and cuffs.
Learn how to make perfectly matching left- and right-leaning twisted stitches (also called 'crossed stitches').