In today’s tutorial, I’m sharing an increase technique that I just discovered, easy to do and practically undetectable, ideal for knitted pieces made in Stockinette (Stocking) stitch (sometimes the increases can be decorative, but often we would prefer them to be invisible (like my boyfriend 😉
In a previous tutorial, we practiced my favorite increase when knitting Garter stitch, so this time, we’ll see how to do increases that are smooth, virtually unnoticeable, and can be used for any kind of stitch where you get the “v” (the little chain) typical of the Stockinette, because we need one of the sides of the stitch (I call them the “legs” of the v).
This sample was made using smaller needles and a finer yarn:
And this is the wrong side of the work:
Without further ado, just click here to see the video tutorial:
Practice it, and I promise you will find it as useful as I do!
Hugs, and happy knitting 🙂
Carolina – So Woolly