Now that 2018 is in full swing, we’re back with another great knitting video tutorial for everyone to have a look at. Getting started with knitting involves a lot of learning different techniques, as well as lots of tips and tricks, and it takes a fair amount of time to get everything in order. That’s why we’re focusing on a specific knitting technique today, the yarn over. Though there is a lot of information online about how to yarn over, the video tutorial we’ve chosen is one of the best. So, whether you’re learning how to yarn over for the first time or you just want to see if you’re doing it correctly, get watching!
This video is brought to us by Craftsy, which run a fantastic YouTube channel with a tonne of great craft videos for you to enjoy. Crafty’s videos make knitting easy, fun and enjoyable which is perfect if you’re someone who finds themselves discouraged when they’re struggling to pick up a new skill. One of the great things about Craftsy videos is that, though they are easy to follow, they can be rewound if you miss something or feel like giving something a second go. Whereas books and instructions are tricky and can be interpreted in different ways, this is never a problem when you’re using an instructional video. After all, one of the best ways to learn is to copy what someone else is doing.
The ‘Yarn Over Increase’ tutorial from Craftsy can be used by both left handed and right handed knitters, so it’s great for everyone. If you’re looking to improve your knitting skills or you’re just starting out, it’s important to know the difference ways to yarn over. In this video, you’re able to see a brilliant demonstration on how to complete a yarn over with ease and simplicity.
As well as offering video tutorials on yarn, Craftsy offers expert instructions and inspiration. Plus, there’s a lot of information on supplies and patterns. If you’re struggling with anything knitting related or you just want to see what other keen knitters are up to, we’d definitely recommend heading over and checking Craftsy out.