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How to Weave in Ends and How to Increase by ARNE & CARLOS

We never stop learning!

And therefore, we also find it useful to revisit basic knitting techniques from time to time, to break them down, explain and hopefully help you continue developing your knitting and crocheting skills. No matter how advanced a knitter we might think we are, there is always something new to learn!

Check out these two videos below, to see how we increase and weave in our loose ends.

Enjoy!

ARNE & CARLOS

 

 

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    • Annie on May 26, 2020 at 3:16 pm

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    The beauty of knitting is that there is always something new to learn and after 36 years of knitting, I am still knitting 🧶

    • Arlene Shipper on May 26, 2020 at 4:27 pm

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    I am so very thankful Arne and Carlos for sharing your talents and wisdom over Covid 19! The weeks are just flying by and I am having such a great time! The feeling of accomplishment is just exhilarating! Not only do I have a stack of finished squares I am now practicing Norwegian knitting! !!!! So much fun and it relieves the pain on my arthritic left hand.

    Thank you so much for the additional charts and update on Carlos. Stay the path and we have lots of wonderful projects to keep us busy while you regain your stamina.

    Arlene Shipper
    Winnipeg

    • Sylvia on May 26, 2020 at 5:01 pm

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    Thank you so much for your wonderful gifts. Just stay safe and rest. Hugs and best wishes to Both of You.

    • Elizabeth Blohm on May 26, 2020 at 9:02 pm

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    I’m knitting a baby hat in the round.its very tight on 14 inch needles. How do I make this easier?
    Thank you for your help.
    Elizabeth in New Mexico

    • Helen on May 26, 2020 at 11:52 pm

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    Arne and Carlos,
    I’m knitting a sleeve at the moment, from cuff up which needs increasing, this is the best increase I’ve seen. Thank you for sharing this.

    • Sandra on May 27, 2020 at 3:57 pm

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    Thank you for your tutorials, they are great!
    What do you think about a tutorial on short rows?

  1. Reply

    Merci Beaucoup
    Voue êtes super, des explications simples, détaillées, imagées.
    Grâce à vous j’ai découvert une manière très agréable de tricoter,
    J’ai fait beaucoup de crochet avec des livres japonais, j’ai adorer.
    Mon premier travail de tricot norvégien fut un pull, en suivant vos explications du cardigan.
    Amoureuse des couleurs,j’ai dessinée le modèle en m’inspirant des motifs traditionnels, ce travail m’a passionné, Maintenant je tricote un vrai cardigan, je débute les manches, les augmentations me posaient questions, et maintenant c’est facile, grâce à votre vidéo,j’ai appris aussi comment rentrer les brins de laine, parfait grâce a vous, alors mille merci 😊 pour vous, bonne journée
    Andree

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