How to Increase Stitches in Knitting with Rosee Woodland
How to Knit Series for Beginners with Rosee Woodland • Educational, G, 01-Oct-2017
Rosee shows you how to increase a stitch at either end of your knitting row in this very clear video. KFB is knitting into the front and back of your stitch to produce more stitches and therefore a shaped edge to your project.
Just remember that the new stitch lies to the left of the original one.
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