I love them! I love that you can go back to them for a quick referance (just to be sure I have a tecnique down). Under the topic of Finishes, I would like to see a video on picot edges like the top edge of a sock hem... using the cable of "Options" of course! :-)
Wow!!! I was finally able to view the videos on Continental Knitting and Purling, and the speed knitting. I tried it on my current project using a bulky yarn, and it was OK, but still a little clumsy. Once I finished that project last night, I picked up a second project with a less bulky yarn (still on fairly large needles) and IT WORKED!!!!! My husband was watching me and asked what I was doing -- he knew it looked different than my usual knitting, so I explained the difference and showed him both styles. Even he realized how much faster the Continental is. I may actually get my Christmas projects finished in time after all. Thank you Knit Picks.
Thank you so much for posting videos! I am a visual learner and watching the videos has been so much easier then trying to figure it out from a book. On my second attempt I made a really wonderful easy peasy hat. I really appreciate the pointers and how simple the directions were.
Hi! I tried making a hat with the video instruction but my brim kept coming out floppy like a sun hat. I used 80 stitches for a 21 inch hat on a 19 inch circular needle. Any suggestions as to why this is happening?
My daughter and I are beginning the Line by Line Mittens and Gloves pattern and I wanted to watch Kelley's mitten instruction videos. My daughter will especially benefit from seeing them. But I can only find the introduction under the video tutorial. If I go to YouTube and search I find them, but they are not all together or in order. Should I look somewhere else on your site?
By watching just the cast on segments (off of YouTube) I already learned something to help my ribbing!! Thanks Kelley for your great advice.