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 >>
Learning how to add facings to finish the edges of your quilt instead of using binding. This versatile method is perfect for mini quilts used as table runners and placemats, and for art quilts that won’t be handled excessively. Quilting expert Kelly Ashton shows you how to prepare, attach and hand finish the facings, step…Watch Now >>
Designer Linda Permann crochets a decorative edging to sandal straps to dress up your feet. These flip-flops will have you dancing in no time. This project is a great use of those special yarns you have in your stash as well as leftover yarns from completed projects. In this video, crochet expert Linda Permann shows…Watch Now >>
Needle and thread are key components of machine quilting. But knowing which types to use together can sometimes be a challenge. Pro quilter Kelly Ashton discusses thread weight and plies as well as fiber and needle types. Choose the perfect needle for your thread every time with Kelly’s expert tips.Watch Now >>