I have been trying to design more garments and I'm not a big fan of sewing pieces together. Right now, I'm working on a sweater that I'm trying to design with very little sewing. So this requires casting on mid-project.
So today's video is on the Backwards Loop Cast On method. It's pretty simple.... you're twisting the yarn so that it wraps over the needle and back through the space in-between stitches.
I must say that casting on this way isn't very sturdy and the stitches stretch... I find that it's sort of "delicate" so I had to knit the stitches on the 2nd row carefully.
I ended up using another cast on later in design. I will be providing a video for that soon! It's very similar to the Cable Cast On Method but instead of inserting the needle between stitches, you insert the needle as if to knit.
How to Knit
The Backwards Loop Cast On
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