Hold the yarn in your right hand and twist it around your index and middle finger before leading it through the loop. Tighten the knot.
Stretch out a reasonable length of thread depending on the required stitches you want to cast on. Create a loop that you slide onto your needles and tighten. Hold both ends in your left hand with the end of the thread over your thumb and the end leading into the ball over your index finger. With your right hand pull the needles down to create a V, lead the tip of the needles through the loop at your thumb, collect the thread around your index finger and lead it back out. Tighten the thread with your left pinky and ring finger. Repeat.
Hold the needle with the stitches on in your left hand. Let the yarn from the ball slide over your left index finger before gripping the yarn with your left middle finger, ring finger and pinky to control the tension. Hold the empty needle in your right hand.
Pull one of the knitting needles out of the loops and place the needle with the stitches on in your left hand with the thread over your left index finger. Start knitting.
Enter the stitch from the front and hook the thread with your right needle before pulling it through and over on the right needles. Let the stitch slide off the left needle.
Enter the stitch from behind, pick up the thread and lead it back through the stitch while making sure to hold on to the thread for even tension.
Knit one knit stitch followed by one purl stitch. Repeat.
Knit two knit stitches followed by two purl stitches. Repeat.
Knit two stitches together as you would knit a normal knit stitch — only two together.
Leave the end of your finished yarn in your right hand and the end of your new yarn in your left hand. Continue knitting
Purl two stitches together as if you were knitting a normal purl stitch — only two stitches together.
Transfer two stitches from the left to the right needles, one by one from the front before you stick the left needle into the stitches from behind and knit them by pulling the yarn through.
Knit two stitches together as if you were knitting a normal knit stitch — only two together from the left side.
Transfer two stitches from the left to the right needles, one by one from the behind before you transfer the same two stitches back on the left needle, one by one from the behind. You have now twisted them. Purl these two stitches together.
With your right knitting needle, pick up the stitch you want to add width in and transfer it onto your left knitting needle before knitting it.
With your left knitting needle, pick up the stitch below the one you just knitted and knit it again.
Hold both pieces of knitting you want to assemble in your left hand facing each other and your crochet hook in your right hand. Lead the yarn through the two corresponding stitches on the two panels and make a loop. Repeat.
Count the required stitches, pull a contrasting coloured end of yarn through the stitch with a crochet hook and leave it hanging.
Pick up one stitch on each row along the edge of your knitting with a knitting needle. Use new end of yarn.
To avoid your stitch to unravel more, hold your knitting carefully while hooking the stitch onto one of the knitting needles and looping the yarn through the stitch again.
Pull the right needle out of the stitches and make a loop with it. While you hold the left needles with the stitches on, start knitting and adjust the loop accordingly while continue knitting.
Count the stitches before you start and divide by 4 so your know how many stitches there will be on each needles. Start knitting and change needle when you have reached the number of stitches per needle. Continue round and round.
Knit two knit stitches. Lift the right stitch of the two over the left so it lies flat. Knit one knit stitch and lift the right stitch over the left stitch as before. Repeat.
Cast off all the stitches and pull the yarn through. Pull the thread at least 10cm long before you cut it and pull the end through the stitch.
On the backside, tie the two ends together with a double knot, use a needle to wiggle the yarn through the stitches as invisible and even as possible and cut the leftover ends off.
Tie the ends with a double knot on the backside. With a thick needle pull the ends through at least 5 stitches as invisible and even as possible. Always on the backside.
Tie the ends with a double knot. With a crochet hook, wiggle the ends through at least 5 stitches as invisible and even as possible. Always on the backside.
Lay the panel you want to measure on a flat surface, place your measuring tape along one row of stitches horizontally and count the V´s
Lay the panel you want to measure on a flat surface, place your measuring tape along one row of stitches vertically and count the V´s.