Corina Lupu

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Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

Knitting increases serve a very practical function: to shape the fabric by adding new stitches. But beyond this practical function there is also a decorative element. An increase can either be so subtle as to be almost invisible, or it can be very obvious. Increases also have direction in that they lean either to the right or to the left. Here are a few of the most common types of knitting increases and how to use them!

You can make an increase in your knitting by working into the stitch on the needle. The Bar Increase (aka KFB or K1f&b) is almost always a left-leaning stitch, but you can make a mirror version. Learn how on the blog, and find tons of other knitting increases to try.

You can make an increase in your knitting by working into the stitch on the needle. The Bar Increase (aka KFB or K1f&b) is almost always a left-leaning stitch, but you can make a mirror version. Learn how on the blog, and find tons of other knitting increases to try.

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Sterflower Estonian Lace stitch pattern

Sterflower Estonian Lace stitch pattern

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