Twisted Stitches Knitting Tutorial with Eunny Jang, from Knitting Daily TV Episode 607

Mar 7, 2011
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Eunny demonstrates twisted stitch knitting on this episode's Getting Started segment. Twisted knitting originated in Austria and creates a high relief, almost carved texture to knitwear. Really, twisted stitch knitting is similar to having one-stitch cables, except you work into the back of every stitch. Eunny demonstrates crossing your stitches while you're knitting, and crossing them before you knit them; just two ways to twist your stitches. For these tips and more, download your free eBook 22 Techniques for Knitters of All Levels

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