Knitting Tutorial for Beginners: Slip Knot, Knit Stitch, Bind Off in Knit Stitch

I am beginner knitting  and it is result after watching this video.
I start today and I will try to save any useful link help to me to learn to knit.
Knitting Tutorial for Beginners:  Slip Knot,  Knit Stitch, Bind Off in Knit Stitch
After first knitting lessons. Photo: Tatjana Dimitrijevic.

Knitting Tutorial for Beginners- 1. Slip Knot

Knitting Tutorial for Beginners- 2. Knit Stitch, Bind Off in Knit Stitch

How to Knit

In today's high speed world, knitting is surprisingly enjoying a revival of sorts as a calming yet productive hobby.
Whether it's a middle-aged man knitting in his cubicle to help keep his blood pressure in check or a child being taught to knit in school because it teaches hand-and-eye coordination,[1] the new generation of knitters do not fall neatly into any one category.
If you want to jump on the knitting bandwagon, this step by step pictorial, geared for beginners, should start you on your way to a lifetime of knitting.
Many stitches exist, but you are using the knit stitch to begin.

The entire purpose of this very elementary knitting lesson is to teach the basics of casting on, knitting a row, and then casting off. Learn this and you can start knitting any basic article.

1 Steps
1.1 Making a Yarn Ball
1.2 Making a Slip Knot
1.3 Casting On
1.4 Knitting Stitches
1.5 Casting Off

2 Video
3 Tips
4 Warnings
5 Things You'll Need
6 Related wikiHows
7 Sources and Citations


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How to knitting [beginers] 


Take a second and think back to when you first started knitting. Were you intimidated by difficult techniques? Was it hard to find patterns at your skill level? Did you want a list of beginner knitting patterns? Preferably free beginner knitting patterns?

I remember being frustrated by all the terms and techniques. I wanted to knit items I would actually use or give away, but I didn’t think I could create those unless I knew all the stitches and advanced knitting techniques.

If you’re a beginner knitter and need some easy patterns to start out with, this list is for you.  You also might be an experienced knitter that just wants an easier pattern for some mindless knitting.

The following 25 patterns don’t involve much more than knit and purl stitches. Some require you to knit in the round or do simple increases and decreases. They all leave you with a beautiful knitting creation and best of all, these patterns are all available for free! (Some are from Ravelry, so you’ll need a free account there to access them.) continue 

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