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Instructions for working this edging: Right Side: Knit 1, slip 1 with yarn in front, Knit 1, work across row to last three stitches, Knit 1, slip 1 with yarn in front, Knit 1 Wrong Side: Slip 1 with yarn in front, Knit 1, slip 1 with yarn in front, work across row to last three stitches, slip 1 with yarn in front, Knit 1, slip 1 with yarn in front Please excuse the green screen background - we're under a bit of construction in the studio. Exciting changes to come! Information on things you'll see in this video: The poncho on the mannequin behind me is my Rodeo Drive Poncho, pattern + video tutorial: 🤍 The purple scarf I'm wearing is this pattern: 🤍 The yarn I used in the bulky samples is Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Bulky, in color Silver. The bamboo needles I used are by Clover. The nail color I'm wearing is by OPI, "Berries in the Canaries".
Learn how to add an i-cord edge along your knit project. An applied i-cord is a beautiful way to finish a project. It's perfect for finishing blankets, scarves, homewares and garments. Yarn Used: Lion Brand Heartland in the color Grand Canyon 🤍 Needles Used: Clover Takumi Bamboo 5.5mm US size 9 Double Point Needles 🤍 Ready to try an applied i-cord in a project? Check out The Wesson Vest Free Knitting Pattern 🤍 Also available as a kit from Lion Brand Yarn 🤍 Follow along with all things Meghan Makes Do: 🤍 🤍 🤍
Hey friends! In this tutorial, I will show you how to knit an I-cord edge on both sides of an asymmetrical shawl. Here's how to work it: Right side: Knit 3, work in pattern until last 3 sts, slip 3 purlwise with yarn in back. Wrong side: Purl 3 (pulling yarn snug), work in pattern until last 3 sts, slip 3 purlwise with yarn in front. And repeat! For more free patterns and tutorials, please subscribe and visit 🤍kniftyknittings.com. Happy knitting, Destiny #knitting #knittingtutorials #icordedge
How to add an applied i-cord edging to your knitted items. This method works well for adding a neat, minimal edge that stabilises the fabric without adding bulk. It's particularly effective in a contrast colour but works in one shade too! You'll need only 2 DPNs. I used this method in my recent Upwards Top pattern to finish the armhole and keyhole edgings. Where to find me ◼ Instagram: 🤍 ◼ Newsletter: 🤍 ◼ Facebook group: 🤍 ◼ Ravelry: 🤍 ◼ Etsy: 🤍 ◼ Blog & Payhip patterns: 🤍 ◼ AXIS yarn stockists: 🤍 My knitting podcast is about my life as a knitwear designer; new knitting patterns 2021; how to knit; learn to knit; knitting tutorials; yarn inspo; knitting inspiration; knit sweaters; knit cardigans; chunky knitting; knitting photography tips; knitting instagram; knitting life; slow fashion; sustainable fashion; handmade fashion
Learn to knit Elizabeth Zimmermann's applied I-cord edge in main color and Joyce Williams' contrast color I-cord edge, as well as how to turn the corner with an I-cord edge, and how to pick up stitches and get it started. Goody Two Sticks is on Instagram at 🤍 Goody Two Sticks is on Ravelry at 🤍
In this DROPS video we show how we work an I-Cord edging in a piece in garter stitch, an I-Cord is a knitted tube. We have chosen to have 3 edge stitches on each side that will form the I-Cord edge. On each row, lift the 3 first stitches over to the right needle as if they should have been purl and purl the 3 last stitches on each row. Work like this: * Lift 3 stitches to the right needle as if they should have been purl, tighten the thread a little, knit the row until 3 stitches remain, purl these stitches, turn piece * repeat from * - *. You have to work a few cm and pull a little in the edge before you see the best result. We use the yarn DROPS Snow in the video. This video has NO SOUND - you must read the explanation to be able to follow this video properly. You can find the text to this video in many more languages, as well as search within all DROPS knitting and crochet videos here: 🤍 Find thousands of free knitting and crochet patterns here: 🤍
This quick knitting lesson shows you how to create a 3-stitch I-cord on the selvedges of your projects. An I-cord is basically a very narrow tube, so it makes a chunky and stable edging technique. It is suitable for beginners to try, and all you have to do to add it to an existing pattern is to cast an extra 6 stitches onto the needles when you begin the project. So those 6 stitches (3 either side) become the I-cord edge stitches, and in the centre of those you just follow your normal pattern. You can have any type of stitch in between the I-cord edges, but just bear in mind that the I-cord won't be as obvious either side of stockinette stitch because the I-cord itself is also made up of stockinette stitches - so it blends in a bit more. Also note that I-cord doesn't have much stretch. I hope this video is helpful to you, and thanks very much for watching! _ If you would like to browse craft products that I use in my videos or that I otherwise recommend, please take a look at my Amazon recommendations page: 🤍 Note that this page contains affiliate links so I receive a small commission on any sales made through this page, thank you :) If you would like to buy me a ‘coffee’ to support my channel, you can do so here: 🤍 Any support is hugely appreciated and helps me to cover websites fees, material costs and other expenses related to creating videos. Thanks very much!
Video tutorial on how to do i-cord edging. This type of edging provides a neat edge on either side of your knitted work; the video shows a 3-stitch i-cord edge on either side of your work. You only need regular knitting needles for this type of side edging. Abbreviations: YB=take the yarn to the back; YF=bring the yarn to the front; Sl=slip 1 stitch purlwise; st=stitch For i-cord edging on both sides, cast on 3 additional stitches on either side of your project. Then follow pattern as below if starting on the right side of your work. Row 1: K1, YF, Sl1 with the yarn in front, YB, K1. Then follow your project pattern until you reach last 3 sts. Then K1, YF, Sl1 with yarn in front, YB, K1. Turn work. Row 2: With yarn in front, Sl1, YB, K1, YF, Sl1. Then follow your project pattern until you reach last 3 sts. Then YF (or if your yarn is naturally in the front because of the pattern, then leave it in front), Sl1, YB, K1, YF, Sl1. Turn work. Follow these 2 rows for an i-cord edge. If you were starting your i-cord edge, when facing the wrong side of the work, then do Row 2 first, then row 1. Additional links: Long-tail cast on: 🤍 I-cord cast on: 🤍 I-cord cast off: 🤍 Knitting an i-cord: 🤍
This video demonstrates how to work an applied icord edging for knitting. It is a neat way to finish off shawls, wraps and blankets after they have been otherwise completed, smoothing out edges and helping to prevent fabric from rolling. It can take some time to work this technique, but it can be experimented with in many different ways to achieve interesting effects. Enjoyed this tutorial? If you're able, please consider buying me a coffee for just $3 AUD on Ko-fi. Thanks to your help, I can cover the cost of equipment, materials and time for new crafty videos! 🤍 RELATED VIDEOS How to work a provisional cast on using the crochet chain method: 🤍 How to kitchener stitch: ttps://youtu.be/Rn2_8EU0ohA Where to find me! INSTAGRAM: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 RAVELRY: 🤍 Please note that all projects seen on this channel must be completed at your own risk. We do not take responsibility for any harm or injury that may occur. Be safe with your crafting!
Attached Knit I Cord || Perfect Knit Edging || Reversible Border This can be done with a pair of circular needles or double pointed needles. It can also be done with straight needles is you transfer the needles from the right to the left instead of scooching them to the end of the needles as you do with the circular or double pointed ones. Learn more about the Attached Knit I Cord on my blog: 🤍 The piece I am attaching the i-cord to is the Tournament of Stitches 2020 Knit project. Get the free pattern instructions here: 🤍 The shawl I am wearing is the Crazy Stripes Shawl. Get the free pattern here: 🤍 🌟 SUBSCRIBE so you can stay up to date with all my new videos. 🤍 🥰 Share your project with me on social media! #MarlyBird. 🧶 NEW Chic Sheep by Marly Bird™ Yarn 100% MERINO: 🤍 🌸Follow Marly Bird™: Website: 🤍 Facebook Page: 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍themarlybird 💌 Newsletter: 🤍 ❤️Please check out my website for more patterns at - 🤍
This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the i cord edge stitch. For photos and written pattern instructions for this stitch, please visit: 🤍 Get new tutorials sent directly to your email inbox! Join Our VIP Email list: http:// newstitchaday.com/vip Materials Used in This Tutorial: Knitting Needles Yarn- Imperial yarn 🤍 Techniques Used in This Tutorial: Knit - k 🤍 Purl-p 🤍 Stockinette Stitch-St st 🤍 Pattern Repeat: Cast On:cast on 3 sts per side. 🤍 Step 1: 1:28 Step 2: 1:48 Join our Facebook page for lots of cool links: 🤍 Or follow us on Twitter for knitting tips: 🤍
2:15 How to count your I-cord rows 2:44 Picking up stitches from the I-cord cast on edge Continental style 3:45 Picking up stitches English style with yarn in your right hand 5:20 Pick up and knit 3 stitches along the I-cord cast on edge Continental style 6:15 Pick up and knit 3 stitches along the I-cord cast on edge English style 8:20 Shawl Show & Tell These are the patterns mentioned in this video... Mohairino Medley 🤍 🤍 Painting Chevrons 🤍 🤍 Chevrollelogram 🤍 🤍 Wavy Wiggles 🤍 🤍 Download my other patterns on my website here... 🤍 or on Ravelry here... 🤍 My patterns are also available at gumroad.com/westknits! Share your Westknits projects on Instagram with #westknits Let your creativity flow with a Westknits Workshop on marling, modular knitting, stripes and slip stitches, brioche, and designing your own top-down shawl. Sign up for my workshops here... 🤍
Add a new technique to your crochet toolkit! The I-cord border adds a sleek look to shawls and garments. Try it on the *FREE* Bronwyn Shawl pattern - 🤍 What you need: - A locking stitch marker - US I/9 5.5mm crochet hook - A 5.5mm knitting needle or cable needle - Scissors Written instructions now available on 🤍 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Join my newsletter for exclusive savings, news, and updates: 🤍 //FIND TL YARN CRAFTS ONLINE Join my Cozy Club Email list: 🤍 Shop crochet patterns and gifts: 🤍 Read my blog: 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍
Alexis Winslow gives a tutorial on how to knit an i-cord edging like on her East Hale Cardigan knitting pattern in Knitscene Magazine (fall 2011 issue). She explains the basic method and offers a few tips for a more successful result. For more information visit 🤍knitdarling.com
A step by step tutorial on how to knit the I-Cord Bind Off and all it's variations for beginners. ►►► VIEW THE FULL BLOG POST HERE: 🤍 In this video, I take at the currently quite popular I-Cord Bind off. It's a very easy and elegant way to create a tubular edge for garments and shawls. It's quite the yarn eater, but otherwise perfectly suitable for beginners. You only need to know how to do the knitted cast on to cast on 3 additional stitches at the start of the i-cord. Here's my tutorial 🤍 Basically, it boils down to knitting 2 stitches, knitting 2 together through the back loop, and slipping the stitches all over again. Once you cast off all stitches, you can k3tog the remaining 3 stitches or use a tapestry needle to thread it through the three stitches and pull tight. ►Visit my blog for a free knitting school: 🤍 ►Subscribe my newsletter for free patterns: 🤍 ► View my projects on Instagram 🤍
This tutorial demonstrates how easy it is add a new color of yarn into a project with an I-cord edge treatment, without it disrupting the I-cord! Happy knitting!
This video demonstrates how to work a simple i-cord edge on Stockinette stitch fabric. Row 1(RS): knit to last 3 stitches, slip the 3 stitches over to your righthand needle with yarn in the back of your work Row 2(WS): purl to last 3 stitches, slip the 3 stitches over to your righthand needle with yarn in the front of your work Repeat rows 1 and 2! See my patterns on Ravelry 🤍 Want fresh tips, promos and news? Sign up to my newsletter! 🤍
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Learn how to master the I- cord edging technique in this video tutorial by Wool and the Gang. This method is used in the Baby Love set, the Wool and the Gang X HANK collaboration from Autumn/ Winter 2019. This kit is an advanced knit and crochet kit. Discover the Baby Love set here 🤍 Ever wanted to learn how to knit? Want to jump on the crochet trend? WATG are here to offer you the latest tutorials for on trend styles and techniques. From beginner's how to's to expert knitting techniques, we're here to help you become part of the gang. Wool And The Gang is a do it yourself and ready to wear fashion brand for women, men, kids and babies. Our do-it-yourself kits contain everything you need to get started with knitting. Shop and join the gang at: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍
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Give your knitted projects the perfect finishing touch with this simple yet super effective applied I-Cord edging. 00:00 Intro 01:10 Cast On & First Edge 05:49 Turning Corners & Remaining Sides 08:50 Graft Closed 13:22 Final Bits & Bobs See more tutorials here! 🤍 If you fancy learning more about me then you can find me in the following places: Blog: 🤍 Webshop: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 If you loved this tutorial, but have no need for more yarn in your life, then you can also Buy Me A Coffee: 🤍
This is a quick knitting tutorial about the easiest way to add an i-cord edging to the sides of scarves, blankets, shawls and cardigans. For more details about this technique, go to 🤍 Download the full photo tutorial as a PDF at 🤍 To download PDF versions of detailed knitting tutorials, join the All Tutorials Club at 🤍 or become a patron at 🤍 All free e-books, charts and patterns are at 🤍 Learn the Eastern (previously known as Russian) knitting style to knit faster and more efficient with minimal strain on your wrists - 🤍 Make lots of colourful projects using the Patchwork Knitting technique and 36 patterns for blankets and pillows - 🤍 Learn an easy way to knit simple socks in any size with any yarn - 🤍 Learn to knit top-down hats in any size with any yarn without a pattern - 🤍
This week, we take the I-cord bind-off one step further, and extend it around the entire perimeter of the project, whether there are live stitches or not. Support me on Ko-Fi. 🤍 To jump to a specific point in the video, click on the adjacent time-stamped link: Introduction 0:00 What is applied i-cord? 0:24 BO live sts: 1:27 Rounding the corner: 2:30 Pick up as you BO: 3:55 Pick up along CO edge: 6:26 Grafting ends (in brief): 9:44 Using contrast color for border: 11:49 If you have questions about this video, or suggestions for future videos, please let me know down in the comments or on social media. Rox Rocks Ravelry group: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
This knitting lesson teaches you how to do an i-cord cast on, so that the starting edge is a neat tube of stitches. This gives a stable base for your project to be built from. Thanks for watching! _ If you would like to browse craft products that I use in my videos or that I otherwise recommend, please take a look at my Amazon recommendations page: 🤍 Note that this page contains affiliate links so I receive a small commission on any sales made through this page, thank you :) If you would like to buy me a ‘coffee’ to support my channel, you can do so here: 🤍 Any support is hugely appreciated and helps me to cover websites fees, material costs and other expenses related to creating videos. Thanks very much!
Learn how to add applied i-cord edging to knit fabrics. Applied i-cord edging is a simple technique for smooth, structured results. 0:38 When to use applied i-cord edging 1:45 Preferred tools for applied i-cord 2:35 Picking up stockinette stitches 6:10 Set up i-cord with provisional cast on 7:11 Start knitting the i-cord
Welcome to The Blue Mouse Knits! Today I'll be teaching you how to work a triple i-cord selvedge edge with creates a super clean edge to any knitting project. This edging is worked along the edge of your project with 3 stitches on either side and creates a beautiful braided icord edge on each side. You can work this on the first 3 stitches of your row and/or the last 3 stitches on each row. This is a 2 row repeat and you will have to cast on either 3 or 6 extra stitches depending on if you want the edging on one edge or both edges of your project. This is one of my favorite edgings to use for a neater, clean edge for any flat project. This knit selvedge edge might curl a bit before blocking, but I've found it flattens out a lot after wet blocking and pinning it out. The knit edge lays flat without curling when I use chunkier yarn, and curls a bit with finer yarn, but so far has always blocked out flatter. SUPPORT THE CHANNEL Etsy: 🤍 Ravelry: 🤍 Lovecrafts: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS :) Thanks for watching! CHAPTERS 0:00 - Intro 0:31 - RS Row 1:29 - WS Row 2:22 - Overview 2:30 - Examples MATERIALS USED IN THIS VIDEO Yarn: I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby in 'Rosy Cheeks' (🤍 Needles: Chiaogoo Red Lace US 8 - 32" Circulars (Shop them here (aff): 🤍 )
These double and triple "I-cord" edges are easy to add to any knitting pattern to create a smooth and neat selvedges. In comparison to the classic I-cord edging I previously made a video about, these edging techniques are more equal in width on both sides, and therefore have a neater and more balanced appearance. The double selvedge is 2 stitches wide, and the triple selvedge is 3 stitches wide, and the stitches wrap around the edges to produce quite a chunky and stable edging. They're really easy to knit, so are great for beginners to try too. Thanks for watching! _ If you would like to browse craft products that I use in my videos or that I otherwise recommend, please take a look at my Amazon recommendations page: 🤍 Note that this page contains affiliate links so I receive a small commission on any sales made through this page, thank you :) If you would like to buy me a ‘coffee’ to support my channel, you can do so here: 🤍 Any support is hugely appreciated and helps me to cover websites fees, material costs and other expenses related to creating videos. Thanks very much!
How to knit: I-CORD bind off on the Round with a completely jogless connection in a circle, using a tapestry needle. I-cord bind off for neck trim, sleeves, cuffs, top down sweaters knitted in the round, toe up socks, top down hats etc. Easy process. Knitting for beginners. Continental knitting. Matches well 3-stitch i-cord cast-on: 🤍 In the video: aran cotton yarn - changed from 4.5 mm (US7) used for the stockinette stitch to 4 mm (US6) for the i-cord, fingering/sock yarn - changed from 3.5 mm (US 4) to 3.25 mm (US 3). SSK can be done faster, of course, (like we do decreases - slip, slip, insert the left needle from left to right opposite to the right needle, knit a stitch), but with cotton, for me, the way shown in the video produced neater stitches. Happy knitting!
For more tips, tricks and free patterns, follow me on Instagram 🤍 and check out my website 🤍 How to Knit the Applied i-Cord Edge 1. Cast on 2 stitches 2. Pick up + knit the stitch into the work where you're applying the i-cord 3. Slide the 3 STS to the other side of the needle 4. Switch needles to left hand and K1, SSK, slide STS to other side Repeat steps 2-4 Note: When rounding a corner, complete 2 i-cord stitches into the corner stitch. #knitting #knittingtutorial #icord
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This tutorial demonstrates how to join yarn to a project which uses an I-cord edge. This method ensures the I-cord edge isn't disrupted when adding a new strand of yarn. For the written instructions visit the tutorial page on my website: 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Slipping stitches to reach the working yarn 0:17 - Adding the new yarn 0:27 - Slipping stitches back to left needle 0:32 - Knitting with the new yarn Website: 🤍 Patterns: 🤍 Courses & Tutorials: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Instagram (🤍lucindamakes): 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Ko-fi: 🤍
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