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How to make #Crochet #MAGIC #CIRCLE Tutorial #CrochetGeek Magic Tips & Tricks

i’m going to grab ahold of the loose end leaving the tail between my hand like this wrap it around over my hand back over, grab ahold of it with my little finger put my hook below this strand pick up the yarn pull it through drop it off my hand wrap the strand over…

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Knitting Help – Slow Motion Magic Knot

This video is part of my slow motion series for very visual learners. In it, I’m going to demonstrate the magic knot which is a way of joining a new ball of yarn. It does leave a little knot, but it’s a really tight, secure way of attaching a new ball of yarn, whether you’re…

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Magic Loop Knitting + New Finish Free Dog Sweater Pattern – Technique Tuesday with Kelley

Good morning everyone this is Kelley Hobart from Alpaca Direct and I’m here on Technique Tuesday with you so I hope you guys are all doing well and staying warm it’s kind of cold outside and this week I’m gonna be talking about a dog sweater I I when it gets cold like this I…

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How the Empress of Orange Built a Community Online – Tea with Shira #67

>>If anything, you’re going to go find an orange hat.>>Another mmm>>And a scarf, and a cardigan, and some socks. And then you’re just going to be like, “Ta da!”>>Right, right.>>Hello everyone. I am joined by Gaye Glasspie, better known as GGmadeit or, you know what, the yarn ho.>>That.>>Seriously. There is no offense there. That is…

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Knitting Help – Getting Started with Magic Loop

Magic loop is a way of knitting a small circumference of knitting in the round using a much longer needle. And it is a favorite technique of people who knit socks, sweaters, sleeves. You don’t have to have the exact, right size of circular needles to knit something in the round. I have several videos…

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2 Socks at-a-Time, Toe-Up, Magic Loop

In this tutorial we’re going to learn to make two at a time toe-up magic loop socks. And this has been requested for a long time, this tutorial, and I’ve resisted doing it until now because I kept thinking, “Well I already have magic loop socks. I already have two at a time. I already…

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Knitting Help – Magic Knot

In this video, I’m going to demonstrate how to do the magic knot. And I’m doing this video because I have another video out called “Three Options for Joining a New Ball of Yarn,” and I’ll give you a link to that if you click the little eye in the upper right-hand corner. And I…

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Judy’s Magic Cast-On

Hi knitters! Today we’re going to learn Judy’s Magic Cast-On, which is a stable and invisible provisional cast on. in order to do Judy’s Magic Cast-On, I need two needles, and they can either be DPNs or two circular needles which is what I have here. Or you can use one circular needle and use…

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Knitting 2 Socks at-a-Time, Magic Loop, Parts 1-5

In this tutorial, weíre going to learn 2 at-a-time, magic loop socks. And that means knitting two socks, at once, on one long circular needle, instead of double-pointed needles, or two circular needles. If youíd like to get your copy of the pattern and follow along, you can click the link in the video description…

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Knitting Help – Judy’s Magic Cast-On

[music] in this video, i’m going to show you how to do Judy’s Magic Cast-On. and i’ve had a lot of requests for this video. this cast-on was brought to us by Judy Becker, and i think it was first shown to the world on knitty.com in a photo tutorial. i’m going to show you…

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