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Two Strand Tubular Cast On

About The two-strand tubular cast on looks great with ribbing and creates a seamless edge. How To Western Method Leaving a long tail, make a slipknot and place it on the needle. Holding the needle in the right hand and both strands in the left hand, insert the left...

Alternate Long Tail Cast On

About This cast on on is a long-tail cast on that looks great with 1x1 ribbing. How To Western Method Leaving a long tail, make a slipknot and place it on the needle. This is a knit stitch. Insert the left thumb and index finger between the strands, spread them apart,...

Chinese Waitress Cast On

About The Chinese Waitress Cast On is a decorative cast on that creates a two-stitch cording on the cast on edge. It has structure but is also semi-stretchy. How To Western Method Cast On With Knitting Needles Create a slip knot and place it on the left needle. The...

Cable Cast On

About The cable cast on is a short-tail cast on that is easy for beginners and often used to add stitches for buttonholes or decorative bind offs. How To Western Method Standard Cast On Leaving a long enough tail to weave in, create a slip knot and place it on the...

Alternate Cable Cast On

About The alternate cable cast on is a short-tail cast on that looks great with 1x1 ribbing. How To Western Method Make a slipknot about 5” from the end of the yarn and place it on the left needle. Cast on one stitch as follows: knit the first stitch, but leave it on...