Anchoring Your Yarnsaround your pinky and pointer fingers for even tension and smooth knitting.
Stranded Knitting working with two colors, one in each hand by anchoring your yarns and knitting with both right and left hands: throwing and picking the yarn in the English and Continental method.
Linen Stitch-Part 1 Learn how to bring the yarn front and back, slip stitches and manage your work with the knitted Linen Stitch
Linen Stitch-Part 2 Learn to see where you are in the pattern with the knitted Linen Stitch. This video offers an up close look at the Linen Stitch and how to manage your yarns.
Knitted Corrugated Rib using two colors of yarn. This short video shows you how to anchor your yarns in each hand for two color knitting of a knit 2, purl 2 rib.
Stranded Knitting - Catching the Floats, English /Throwing Method Part 1 Learn how to "catch the floats" when knitting more than three stitches in Stranded/Fair Isle knitting. Part 1 shows you how to catch the floats in the English-throwing method
Stranded Knitting - Catching the Floats, Continental/ Scooping Method Part 2 Learn how to "catch the floats" when knitting more than three stitches in Stranded/Fair Isle knitting. Part 2 shows you how to catch the floats in the Continental - Scooping method.