Just learning? Here are the videos for you! Scroll down for more advanced moves.
Learn the purl stitch.
Begin your knitting with a slip knot to keep your stitches in place.
Casting on creates your first row of stitches so you can begin your project.
Learn the knit stitch.
Purl 2 Together (p2tog)
A purled decrease to shape your knitting.
Create a neat and tidy edge with this slip stitch technique.
Knit 2 Together (k2tog)
A knitting decrease to shape your knitting.
Slip Slip Knit (ssk)
Another knitting decrease to shape your knitting.
Bind Off (BO)
Learn to bind off, which ends your knitted piece.
Knit in the Round
Knitting in the round produces a tube of fabric instead of a flat sheet. Great for hats, cowls and sleeves!
Stitch Markers (pm; sm)
Learn to place markers (pm) and slip markers (sm), what they’re used for, and how they can help in oh-so-many ways while you knit.
Placing Stitches on Hold
When working sleeves or thumbs you might be asked to place some stitches on hold. Here’s how!
Knitted Double Increase (k dbl inc)
A seamless double increase, featured on our Lilium Tee.
Purled Double Increase(p dbl inc)
A seamless double increase, worked on the wrong side. Featured on our Lilium Tee.
Right Lifted Increase (RLI)
An alternative to "make 1 right" that produces a neat and tidy right leaning increase.
Left Lifted Increase (LLI)
An alternative to "make 1 left" that produces a neat and tidy left leaning increase.
How to Knit a Welt
Featured on our Lilium Tee (coming soon!) and its sister sweater, Welts add a hint of horizontal texture to your knitting.
How to Knit a Folded Hem
Start off your knitting project with a neat, tidy and completely finished hem.
The Knot Stitch (KS)
Featured on our Carson Sweater, the Knot Stitch adds tiny drops of texture to any knitting project.
Afterthought Everythings: An Afterthought Everything Sock Tutorial
A full step-by-step tutorial explaining how to turn a plain knitted tube into a pair of socks. Get your scissors ready!