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How to Invisible Decrease in Single Crochet

Learn how to do an invisible decrease in single crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Knit the Suspended Bind Off

Learn to knit the knit the Suspended Bind Off with Leslie Ann Bestor. Discover more great methods of binding off in Leslie Ann's book Cast On, Bind Off.

Woven Hem for Top-Down Knitting

When knitting a garment from the top down, the Sewn Hem is a simple way of sewing the live stitches to the back of your fabric to create a finished looking hem. Use the Sewn Hem is quick to do and looks nearly invisible from the front of your knitting.

You'll need a tapestry needle and enough yarn to sew down your entire hem. When using the overcast stitch to sew down your live stitches, be sure to do it loose enough so there is enough flexibility in your hem.

How to Knit a Wrap and Turn

Short Rows are useful for making curves or darts in fabric. They are rows that are only partially worked before turning. There are a number of ways to do short rows. This video will show you how to do a basic wrap & turn short row.

How to Spin on a Drop Spindle

Learn how to spin on a drop spindle with WEBS spinning instructor Ashley Flagg.

Knitting in the Round on Double Pointed Needles

Learn how to knit in the round using Knitter's Pride Dreamz double pointed needles with WEBS Yarn Store designer Kirsten Hipsky. View our entire collection of DPNs here.

How to Knit Cables

Knitting cables is easier than it looks. Learn how to knit cables with a cable needle with WEBS education manager Tina McElmoyl.

How to Knit Continental

Learn how to knit Continental with WEBS staff member Dena Childs. If you're a crocheter and are used to holding the yarn in your left hand, knitting Continental style may be an easier way for you to learn to knit. Also if you are a English style knitter but want to knit faster, learning to knit Continental may speed up your knitting since this technique requires less movement than English knitting.

How to Crochet Rowan Kidsilk Scarf


Learn how to crochet a Ruffle Scarf using Rowan Kidsilk Creation! In this video, WEBS education manager Tina McElmoyl guides you through the steps to from start to finish of making your own swirl ruffle scarf in no time at all.

Rowan Kidsilk Creation yarn is available in solid colors and a multicolor version.

How to Foundation Single Crochet

Learn Foundation Single Crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Foundation Double Crochet

Learn how to foundation double crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Increase in Double Crochet

Learn how to increase in double crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Decrease in Double Crochet

Learn how to decrease in double crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Double Crochet

Learn how to double crochet with WEBS teacher Sara Delaney!

How to Knit Brioche Stitch

Learn a basic brioche stitch with WEBS education manager Tina McElmoyl.

How to Knit a Bobble Stitch

Learn how to knit a bobble stitch with WEBS Education Manager Tina McElmoyl. Bobbles can be made in almost any stitch background. For this example, bobbles are made in a field of stockinette stitches. Bobbles are created on the right side row.

  • Knit to where you would like the bobble to be.
  • Bring the yarn over your needle to the front, creating a yarn over.
  • Knit the next stitch but do not drop the stitch off the needle.
  • Yarn over again, bringing the yarn between the tips of your needles, and knit into this same stitch again. Repeat this for a third time: yarn over, knit the same stitch. You've now created 6 stitches from that one for your bobble.
  • Next, turn your work around and you are going to work those same 6 stitches. Holding your yarn to the front of your work, slip the first stitch to the right needle.
  • Purl the next 5 stitches. Turn your work so that your right side is facing you again.
  • With yarn held to the back, slip the first stitch, without knitting it, knit the next 5 stitches.
  • Turn again, and purl 2 together three times.
  • Turn to the right side once more and slip one stitch, knit 2 together, then pass the slipped stitch over that stitch and give it a good tug.
  • Finish knitting your row, adding bobbles where you like.
  • You secure the bobble on the next row. On the next row, purl as you would normally until you get to the stitch that contains the bobble. On this stitch, purl the stitch through the back loop to tighten up the stitch.

If bobble stitches look fun to you, check out some of these knitting pattern that include bobbles!

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