▶ Cross loops. Vikkel Braid, Estonian Braid, or Lateral Braid - YouTube  See details »

 
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  • 00:00: I'm going to show you how to make this row of horizontal stitches across your work like this it's really easy to do but it might be a little tricky at first you'll need to know how to work through the back loops of stitches and we'll also be passing the work stitches back to the left needle to work them again for this technique I'm going to start by
  • 00:31: casting on one stitch I'm going to do the cable cast on so I'm just going to put my needle in between the first and second stitches and then put that on to the left needle now I'm going to work into the second stitch I'm going to knit into the back
  • 01:03: loop now I'm going to knit into the front loop of the first stitch and then I'll drop both of those off the
  • 01:34: left needle I'm going to slide this stitch back to the left needle again I'm going to knit into the back loop of this second stitch and then I'm going to knit into the
  • 02:07: front loop of the first stitch and then drop those both from the left needle you can already see it starting to make that line of stitches that are laying down across the work slip the first stitch back to the left needle knit into
  • 02:37: the back loop the second stitch knit to the front loop of the first stitch and then drop them both from the left needle when you get to the end and it through
  • 05:10: the back loop one more time whoops net through the front loop slip them both on knit the last stitch and then pass the second stitch on your right needle over
  • 05:42: and that's it you