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M1 – what the heck is that?


Today I’m going to show you how to increase stitches in your knitting using 2 methods.  The first is called an M1 which stands for MAKE ONE. This increase is nearly invisible and is the increase I use most often in my knitting.

Also in this video I’m going to show you how to add stitches to the beginning of a row.  Most of the time increases happen within your knitting, but sometimes a pattern will call for additional stitches to be added at the beginning of a row.  Simply cast on additional stitches using a 2 needle cast-on.

In future videos I’ll go over two more increases, the Yarn Over and the Kfb (knitting into the front and back of the same stitch).

Leave your comments and let me know what kinds of videos you’d like to see.

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