How to Knit Tightly Using Continental Knitting

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Normally when you do continental knitting you wrap the thread around your little finger and have it come across your index finger. Knit tightly using continental knitting with help from a knitting and crafts professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Cara Graver at The Cob Studio and I'm here to show you how to knit tightly using continental knitting. So, normally when you do the continental knitting, you wrap it around your little finger once and then have it come from your index finger. But, I tend to knit a little looser that way. So, if you wrap it around twice, you're going to have some more tension on this part and it'll give you a fire kind of stitch. It's a little harder to have it slide off of your, your little finger to feed into your row, but it does accomplish that goal of having in knitting a little bit tighter I'm Cara Graver at The Cob Studio and that was how to knit tightly using continental knitting.

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