As a follow up to Wednesday’s review of Kristine Vejar’s book (there’s still time to enter the giveaway) here’s a video I made a few years ago of Kristine dyeing with indigo in the back yard of her studio at A Verb for Keeping Warm. Such a magical process!
Kitchener stitch is a knitting technique used for grafting together two sets of live stitches, most often stockinette stitch. Instead of binding off and sewing two edges together, you can use a tapestry needle and yarn to join the stitches completely seamlessly.
The crochet provisional cast-on is easy to work and unzips perfectly every time! A provisional cast-on can be used anytime you want to pick up live stitches from your cast-on edge, either to knit in the opposite direction from or to create a seamless kitchener stitch join.
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