3 Ways To Join Knitting In-The-Round [A How To Tutorial]

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Watch The Video And Learn 3 Great Ways To Join Knitting In-The-Round

I don’t know about you, but I much prefer to knit on circular knitting needles whenever I can. It definitely saves on a lot of sewing.

In my opinion, the finished knitting project also looks much better when there are no seams. That is, if the rounds are joined together properly and seamlessly.

When doing circular knitting, it is very common to get a “step-effect” on the casting-on row. The ¬†edge does not seamless join where you start the the first knitted row.

This video tutorial shows how you can easily avoid the “step-effect” by using one of three different ways to join knitting in-the-round.

Personally, I think I prefer the first joining technique demonstrated

If you don’t want to watch rather long intro the video, the actual tips for how to join knitting in-the-round start about 2 minutes into the video.

You can find more great knitting tutorials here: Knitting Tips & Tricks

Leave a comment and let us know how you get on! Which method do you prefer? Do you have another great technique to join knitting in-the-round?


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