Kitchener Stitch - How to sew seams in knitting
Kitchener stitch is a technique for invisibly weaving together live stitches.
The Whip Stitch - How to sew the seams in knitting
There are many different ways of sewing, Whip Stitch is a popular favorite. it is a simple stitch used in both sewing and crocheting.
Back Stitch - How to sew seams in knitting
There are many ways to seam knitted pieces together. Many of those ways are meant to be used only in certain cases. .
Slip Stitch Crochet Seam - How to sew the seams in knitting
This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the slip stitch seam. This is a easy way to seam two pieces together using a slip stitch. Great for bags, afghans, and sweaters.
Bickford Stitch - How to sew the seams in knitting
The Bickford Seam is an alternative to the mattress stitch, not quite as sturdy as the mattress stitch, but it leaves no ridge on the inside of the work.
The Mattress Stitch (Invisible seams) - How to sew the seams in knitting
The Mattress Stitch is a sewing method. It creates an invisible join between pieces worked, perfect for so many things, such as sewing the front and back of a sweater together.
Three Needle Bind Off Seam - How to sew the seams in knitting
The three needle bind off is a technique for seaming together two pieces of fabric, while binding off at the same time. It’s a relatively easy, if not time consuming way to finish your work.