Today we share the last installment of our four video stitch tutorial series with Staci from Very Pink Knits. Below is a step-by-step which demonstrates the knit mesh stitch — an openwork pattern perfect for summer knitting. This is an easy, straightforward stitch that that’s simple to master. Watch Staci’s tutorial below as she highlights the stitch using LB Collection® Cashmere and Crepe Twist yarns.
The mesh stitch can be found in the Lion Brand StitchFinder library (under the “Learning Center” tab at lionbrand.com). Please explore the rest of the StitchFinder library to see what other stitches might pique your interest. There’s a treasure trove of patterns waiting for you!
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Whether you call it the Felted Join or the Spit Splice, this way of adding on a new ball of wool is perfect when you want to avoid having to weave in ends.
A few drops of water help wool fibers bind together — the result is seamless! Please note that this method is for wool yarn only! If you are interested in an invisible join for other types of yarn, check out our Russian Join tutorial.
Take a look at how we’ve done it:
Today, we’re sharing the third installment of our four-part video series “Fancy Stitch” featuring Staci of Very Pink Knits. In our last video, Staci showed us how to knit the Granite Relief Stitch, a stitch that can be found in the StitchFinder section of our website (under the “Learning Center” bar at the top of lionbrand.com). We were very excited to see how much you all enjoyed watching the previous videos, so we hope you also enjoy Staci’s newest video – the Sugar Cubes stitch.
Like the Granite Stitch, today’s Sugar Cubes stitch produces a textured fabric which is great for washcloths, garments with slight detail work, afghans and more! Check out Staci’s tutorial for the Sugar Cubes stitch, which has been worked in LB Collection® Superwash Merino, Cotton Bamboo, and Cashmere to demonstrate the varying looks in each yarn.
Do you know a special someone who’s just had a baby or is expecting one? Well get your hooks out, this video is for you!
Join Melanie Ham as she shows you how to crochet the Easy Stripes Baby Throw in Tweed Stripes®. Even if you’re a beginner crocheter, you’ll enjoy working through this pattern. One of the best things about this pattern is that the self-striping nature of the Tweed Stripes adds a great visual color story, which works great with the simple V-stitch pattern.
Check out Melanie’s video below and she’ll walk you through each step, from gauge swatching through to completing blanket!
Like this video? Check out more from Melanie’s Channel on YouTube, Melanie Ham!
We’re excited to announce a new partnership with New Stitch A Day! We’ll be featuring helpful educational content to help you improve your knitting or crochet skills. As you may know, here at Lion Brand, we place a high value on education and learning, so working with Johnny Vasquez aka “Head Honcho”, of NSAD is the perfect collaboration!
According Johnny, the goal and purpose of New Stitch A Day is to produce high-quality, easy to understand video tutorials that will help advance your knit or crochet skills. There’s a wealth of information available at New Stitch A Day such as stitch tutorials, finishing techniques, and even left handed tutorials – plus, lots more.
Today we’re featuring a video tutorial which demonstrates how to do a knit “yarn over (yo)”. Yarn overs pop up quite frequently in patterns, especially for lace; they create the necessary holes for your openwork. Check out the video below to learn how to yarn over, and click here to learn the lefty method for knitting the yarn over!
Yarn used in video: Lion’s Pride® Woolspun®
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