Slipping Stitches - Knitting with Rosee Woodland
Classes with Rosee Woodland • Educational, G, 01-May-2018
The slipped stitch at the beginning of the work, gives a really nice neat edge. In this video, Rosee shows us how to prepare the stitch at the end of the row, ready to do that on the return.
Moreover, Slipping Stitches is the assumed method used in older patterns for neatened edges.
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