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Brioche Stitch - Single Color in the Round

Brioche Stitch - Single Color in the Round

Our Brioche Hats use the single color in the round brioche stitch.  The terminology in the pattern may be confusing if you haven't done this stitch before.  Follow the pictorial below for an easy introduction to this fun technique! INSTRUCTIONS SAY:  *P1, S1YO* This translates to Purl 1 stitch, slip the next stitch as if to purl, then yarn over. In this photo you can see I've purled the stitch on the right hand needle. Slip the next stitch from the left needle to the right needle. Now, bring the working yarn over the TOP of the right hand needle,...

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What the heck does "WK" stand for on a Skeino garter stitch pattern?

What the heck does "WK" stand for on a Skeino garter stitch pattern?

Help!  I can't find what "WK" stands for on Skeino patterns!  Look no further, here's a brief pictorial to help you through.

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How to fix an elongated last stitch

How to fix an elongated last stitch

We've all been there, super excited to finally bind off a project and that last stitch ruins it all! What do you do?

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How to work a K2TOGTBL Bind Off

How to work a K2TOGTBL Bind Off

The K2TOGTBL Bind Off is easy and versatile.  It allows just a smidgen of stretch that a regular bind off doesn't.

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Can I work a "Perfect Edge" stitch on stockinette?

Can I work a "Perfect Edge" stitch on stockinette?

I love the WK, perfect edge. stitch for garter stitch rows, but what can I do about my stockinette rows?  Here's a pictorial for working a beautiful edge on stockinette.

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