How to Increase Knit Stitches by Knitting Front & Back Loops

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One effective method for increasing knitting stitches is by knitting both front and back loops. Increase knit stitches by knitting front and back loops with help from a knitting and crafts professional in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Cara Graver at The Cob Studio and I'm going to show you how to increase knit stitches, knitting front and back loops. So, I have 12 stitches on here and I'd like to increase three times. So, I'm going to increase on the fourth stitch. I'm going to knit three and then here's where I want to increase, so I'm going to knit as though I'm knitting; then, I'm going to twist that around and go into the back of the stitch and I have two stitches on it. Three more; one, two, three and I'll do it again. I'm going to knit as though I'm knitting, just regular and when I pull it out and make that stitch, I'm going to go back and grab a little more from the back and make another stitch there. And I'll do it one more time and make the stitch and make another. I'm Cara Graver at The Cob Studio and that was how to increase knit stitches by knitting in front and back loops.


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