Knitting Help – Addi FlexiFlips Overview

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In this video I give you an overview of the new Addi FlexiFlips needles – both how to use them, and my opinion.

The sock I used for demonstration is my Loaded German Short Rows sock pattern:
https://verypink.com/2018/02/14/loaded-german-short-row-socks/

The sock yarn I used in the demonstration is by Turtlepurl, colorway Tangled Love:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/turtlepurl

My needle gauge ring is by Malojos.

My nail polish is Gelish “Black Cherry Berry”.

addi FlexiFlips Needle Review

This video is a review of the FlexiFlips dpns from addi (called CraSyTrios in Europe). This review covers the features of the needles, and compares each element to other tools used to knit small circumference items in the round.

As CraSyTrios, these needles come in standard European sizes from 2.0mm to 5mm: 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, and 5.0.

In the North American market, Skacel has added US 1/2.25mm and US 2/2.75mm to the size range.

To jump to a specific point in the video, click on the adjacent link:
Features and comparisons to other tools: 0:50
How are FlexiFlips/CraSyTrios used? 1:55
Working a heel using FlexiFlips: 3:33
Knitting sock heel gussets: 4:09
How do the needles feel in the hands? 5:39
Advantages and Disadvantages: 7:10

If you have questions about this video, or suggestions for future videos, please let me know down in the comments or on social media.

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Channel: Roxanne Richardson
Published: 2017-12-27 22:51:08
Duration: 9M52S
Views: 28416
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Knitting Help – Using 9″ Circulars & Needle Review

In this video, we cover the ins-and-outs of 9 inch circular needles. When to use them, using them (both Continental and English/American), and a needle review of the four most popular brands.

The needles I review in the video are:
Clover, purchased on Amazon for $11.99
ChiaoGoo, purchased on Amazon for $8.88
HiyaHiya, purchased on Amazon for $12.50
Addi, purchased on Purl Soho for $15.45

The video clip of the Continental knitter is my friend Steven. Steven is an excellent knitter who enjoys knitting complicated patterns. You can follow his work here:
Steven’s Ravelry page: http://www.ravelry.com/people/Steven
Steven’s knitting blog: http://knittingsitting.blogspot.com/

The yarn I’m using in the knitting sample is Knit Picks Hawthorne Sport Multi, in color Montavilla:
http://www.knitpicks.com/yarns/Hawthorne_Sport_Multi_Yarn__D5420270.html

The nail polish I’m wearing is by Julep, color “Ilga”:
http://refer.julep.com/s/stacip

My silver ring is actually a knitting needle gauge, and can be found here:
http://malojos.com/


Channel: VeryPink Knits
Published: 2016-02-16 06:53:53
Duration: 11M
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Knitting Help – Helix Knitting (Jogless One-Round Stripes)

In this video I demonstrate a technique for working one-round stripes (think striped hat) with clean color changes.

THE MATH:
Take your total number of stitches, and divide that number by the number of colors you want to use in your stripes. In my sample, I have 72 stitches and 3 colors. 72 divided by 3 = 24, so I have 24 stitches between each of my markers. If the number of stripes you want to use don’t divide evenly into your stitch count (ex, 80 stitches and three colors), that’s okay. It isn’t vital that the stitches between the markers are the exact same number of stitches – getting close is fine. In the example I just gave, I would put 28/26/26 stitches in my segments.

The yarn in my “bad” example is leftover from my Om Shawl:
https://www.ravelry.com/projects/verypink/om-shawl

The yarn in my “good” sample is Berroco Vintage Worsted.

The needles I use are all Knitter’s Pride 16″ circulars from interchangeable sets.

My nail polish is Gelish, “I Or-kid You Not”.


Channel: VeryPink Knits
Published: 2018-02-23 18:11:31
Duration: 11M21S
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Jan Hicks Creates – Addi FlexiFlips Test Drive

This video is about using the Addi FlexiFlip Test Drive for the first time.
A Good Yarn Sarasota – http://www.agoodyarnsarasota.com – 941-487-7914


Channel: Jan Hicks
Published: 2018-02-21 19:07:18
Duration: 19M25S
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KNITTING GAUGE for Total Beginners

Knitting gauge is one of the most important knitting concepts to understand. It’s the difference between garments that fit and garments that are disastrously too small or too large. Someone who understands knitting gauge has a world of well-fitting sweaters, mittens, socks and more at their fingertips!

In this video, we’ll go over what gauge is, why it’s important, and how to get it so that you can start knitting things that fit! As a wise yarn wrangler once said, “If you want to knit something that fits, then you got to get gauge.”

VIDEO CHAPTERS:

00:14 Introduction
01:24 What’s Knitting Gauge Anyway?
03:46 Knitting Gauge in the Real World
05:47 How to Knit a Gauge Swatch
10:05 Should You Block Your Gauge Swatch?
12:30 How to Block a Gauge Swatch
14:07 Measuring Your Gauge Swatch: Stitch Count Edition
16:33 Measuring Your Gauge Swatch: Row Count Edition
19:48 Troubleshooting Gauge
20:20 Your Gauge Has Too Few Stitches or Rows
25:36 Your Gauge Has Too Many Stitches or Rows
30:19 Thanks for watching. Buh-bye!

HELPFUL RELATED VIDEOS:

➜ Knitting in the Round for Beginners: https://youtu.be/_BNZx2Nt8Ng
➜ Doubled Pointed Needles for Beginners: https://youtu.be/s0LkNM2ojZA

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Channel: Sheep & Stitch
Published: 2018-02-21 08:01:15
Duration: 30M48S
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