Yes, sometimes you do have to rip back. Maybe that mistake is several inches back, or you knit the wrong pattern row, or you made multiple mistakes. Ann Budd shows you how to put in a lifeline that “saves” all your good knitting and lets you rip back without going too far. If you don’t have a lifeline, all is not lost; see how to pick up live stitches and how to “tink” (or knit backwards) to get your work back on the needle.
In this lesson, Jenny McCoy introduces you to a classic Jewish bread called Challah that is soft, golden brown and slightly sweet. It is known for its ability to create gorgeous braided centerpieces and makes wonderful gifts for family and friends. Join Jenny as she shows you how to create two stunning breads from one…Watch Now >>
Make simple and elegant earrings and see how different yarns can change their look. Crochet designer Linda Permann’s instructions include how to add earring wires. In this video, Linda demonstrates how to make these cute earrings using a worsted weight yarn. She notes that these earrings can also easily be made with a small crochet…Watch Now >>
Crochet designer Marly Bird demonstrates how to create beautiful spiral motif that’s sure to catch the eye. Learn how to start at the center, easily keep track of your four colors, grow the spiral and finish it perfectly. To begin, Marly makes an adjustable ring (also known as a magic ring or magic loop) with…Watch Now >>
Jenny’s impressive quick breads make the perfect gifts and delicious treats for holiday gatherings. In this video, watch as she prepares pumpkin chocolate chip bread (her modern twist on the seasonal favorite) and apple-cranberry bread packed with whole-grain goodness. Not only does Jenny share her recipe tips and tricks, but she shares the science behind…Watch Now >>