Knitting: How to Cast On - Twist and Transfer Method

Knit Twist & Transfer Cast On + Tutorial



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    December 18, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    I’m wondering if there is a reason you don’t twist the first stitch after the slip knot? I am enjoying going back to basics to re-learn proper techniques. Thanks for all your great videos!

    I read somewhere along the way that for the long tail cast on you need approximately 12″ of yarn for 20 stitches. I found it works fairly well for me so far.


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