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Tubular Long Tail Cast - knitting patterns and video tutorials
Instructions for working the Tubular Cast-On (demonstrated in the video above):
Using scrap yarn and the Backwards Loop Cast-On, cast-on half the number of total stitches you...
Long tail cast on - Knitting Paradise - Forum
I have been knitting for a very long time and have always used the cable cast on but quite a few newer patterns call for the long tail method.
I haven't used this method before and was wondering what are the advantages of doing so?
Apr 17, 2016 05:06:51 #
salmonmac (a regular here)
Cable cast on is a very good one to use but it can sometimes be a little tight. Long tail also produces a firm edge, like cable, with a pretty pattern of bumps on one side and a...
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Long-Tail Tubular Cast On - blog.ysolda.com
Tubular Cast on for 2x2 rib
If you have worked a tubular cast on for 1x1 rib before the chances are that you used a variation on the stocking stitch method, it seems to be the most common. You can also work a tubular cast on for 2x2 rib using any of the other methods for 1x1 rib and rearrange the stitches.
Long Tail Tubular Cast on for 1x1 or 2x2 Rib
This is basically a variation of long tail...
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Learn Something New: The Tubular Cast-On - Interweave
Most of us use the long-tail cast-on for just about everything we knit.
There are a few things, though, that benefit from a special cast-on, and it's good to have a few in your repertoire.
The tubular cast-on is one of those. It's very stretchy, so it's useful for socks, mittens, gloves, and hats. It's also the perfect beginning for ribbing, which it mimics. The edge looks rolled over; it appears...
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Fluffbuff: Tubular cast-on without the waste - Slow Knits
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Tubular cast-on without the waste
Tubular cast-on the Italian way is done without the extra yarn in contrasting color. It's no better or worse than the way it's done in the US. The result is identical: only the process differs. I like it because there is no unnecessary waste and you don't have to worry about finding a sacrificial yarn...
Date: 2009-10-01 18:36:28
tubular cast-on - KnitFreedom
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Finishing touches are special, because they require...
Date: 1970-01-01 00:00:00
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Crochet rib Tubular Cast On
The reason I like this cast on is because it really "unzips" so much easier than how I used to do it. Before I saw this clever method I used to take scrap yarn and make crochet chains and knit into them. Like it's demonstrated here . However when I was ready to pull the scrap yarn out I always had a bit of a problem it would not just "unzip" like I thought it would I would always have to cut and pull it out stitch by stitch. The technique where you actually crochet stitches on to the knitting needle is much more efficient....
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