Intarsia: straight lines instead of jagged edges http://www.knittingdaily.com/articles/knitting-techniques/colorwork/smooth-the-jagged-edge-with-shaped-intarsia/

Intarsia Knitting: Smooth the Jagged Edge

Intarsia: straight lines instead of jagged edges http://www.knittingdaily.com/articles/knitting-techniques/colorwork/smooth-the-jagged-edge-with-shaped-intarsia/

Neater intarsia - A simple fix for uneven stitches around a vertical color change. From yarnsub.com blog

Neater intarsia - A simple fix for uneven stitches around a vertical color change. From yarnsub.com blog

Nice technique for intarsia. Left: Ugly drop and leave color changes. Right: Pretty twist and weave

Nice technique for intarsia. Left: Ugly drop and leave color changes. Right: Pretty twist and weave

Intarsia Knitting, Tute, Part 1. By k1p1 TV. Exceptionally clear video, focusing on the all-important INTERLOCK technique. (Listen w/ headphones, as the volume is too low.) The clarity of the images makes this tute worthwhile.

Intarsia Knitting, Tute, Part 1. By k1p1 TV. Exceptionally clear video, focusing on the all-important INTERLOCK technique. (Listen w/ headphones, as the volume is too low.) The clarity of the images makes this tute worthwhile.

Intarsia: What is it & how do you use it? Also called picture knitting, is a technique used to create areas of color in your knitting. It’s a wonderful method to use when you want to incorporate a variety of designs, shapes and color to your project.

All about Intarsia

Intarsia: What is it & how do you use it? Also called picture knitting, is a technique used to create areas of color in your knitting. It’s a wonderful method to use when you want to incorporate a variety of designs, shapes and color to your project.

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