HOW TO KNIT PERFECT EDGES AND BUBBLES

Hello again! We receive a lot of requests from our customers asking about how to get their edges right when knitting. Well, I can help with that and so I thought it would be a good topic for our weekly video tutorial.

Click on the image above to watch the video.

This time our knitting tutorial consists of 3 short classes because I wanted to cover more than just one topic. In the first part I’ll show you how you can knit a perfect edge in garter and stockinette stitch.

The second class is the easiest. It shows how you can get the edge right when knitting on the bias. We’ll knit the first stitch twice to achieve a nice 45-degree angle.

In the third and last class it’s getting a lot more fun when I show you how to knit a bubble. You can add these in different sizes to your knitting and by doing so you can give your piece a little extra style.

As always please feel free to comment and ask questions. Please allow me some time to reply. There is just so much on our agenda these days that it takes me more time than I ‘d like. Please do also subscribe to our YouTube channel and recommend my litte videos if you like them.

…And as always,

Happy Knitting!

Bjorn

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4 thoughts on “HOW TO KNIT PERFECT EDGES AND BUBBLES

  1. I love this video very informative…the edges look great nice and clean and the bubbles would be fun on a hat…Do you have any videos on working with multiple balls of yarn and how to keep them from getting tangled?

  2. Thank you so much for this video. It really helped me. Could you show me how to knit in the round with the helix method? I love you, your yarn and all your help. TY

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