New method for Russian Grafting

There are few knitting terms defined as Russian: Russian bind-off, Russian join, Russian grafting. The last one is not widely familiar and used mainly to finish the borders on rectangular shawls. But this type of join deserves more attention. It is very decorative and surprisingly easy to execute. It can be used not only for…

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New pattern released

Here is some exciting news for all Brioche knitting fans and for those who only going to learn this very popular technique. Today I published a basic pattern for Brioche rib scarf with a tutorial for slip Distitch selvedges. Although the Fringed scarf was mentioned in the Distitch book, the pattern for it was not…

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First interview!

If you would like to know a little bit more about how Distitch was created and some information about its creator, please visit Knitting the Stash. This very interesting website is run by Melissa – a talented knitter and spinner with many interests. She also raises sheep and produces exclusive yarn.  In her bi-weekly podcast…

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Distitch is found in the mists of time

At last I’ve tracked down some ancient knitting that seems to resemble Distitch. It’s not unexpected! As I wrote (Distitch – a new knitting concept, p. 9):  It is difficult to invent something original: there really is nothing new under the sun! In fact, there are many “new” things that had already been discovered in…

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More free video tutorials

In Distitch there is a special chapter for DS selvedges. The technique is very easy and the results are wonderful. There are two types of stitches in the edge chains – closed and open. Both types of slip DS selvedge can be made with knit DS or purl DS. Knit DS selvedges were published two…

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New Tutorial added!

Month ago I published a pattern with new type of selvedge: Slip knit Distitch selvedge. It featured a beautiful edge with a chain of closed (crossed) stitches. Today I’m introducing another selvedge type – with the chain of open stitches. It is very similar to the first type, but the difference is the way how…

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