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Summer Crostini. Top with your favorite stone fruits for an added "oomph!"

Summer Crostini 6 Ways - 6 yummy crusty bread toppers. Perfect fingerfood for the of July, their even topped in red, white & blue!

How to knit seamless set-in sleeves from the top down

How to knit seamless set-in sleeves from the top down. How to convert set in sleeves.

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Adding a crochet stitch row to give more definition from a stocking stitch to ribbing transition

Do you know how to change colors in crochet?  If you do, how about seamlessly?  This is a really cool trick to add in a new color and make it look perfect!  See video here: http://www.creatiknit.com/archives/change-colors-in-crochet-seamlessly-without-that-little-bridge/

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Sideways Cable Pullover

Sideways Cable Pullover in Lion Brand Vanna& Choice - Discover more Patterns by Lion Brand at LoveKnitting. The world& largest range of knitting supplies - we stock patterns, yarn, needles and books from all of your favorite brands.

Free knitting pattern - Asymmetry Sweater pattern by Pierrot (Gosyo Co., Ltd)

Both English and Japanese versions are fully charted using standard knitting and/or crochet symbols. For help using Japanese charted patterns, please visit the Japanese knitting & crochet group.

Knitting stripes in the round

Well-written and with step by step pictures - Tips for knitting stripes in the round

Smooth (jogless) Bind Off in the Round If you bind off (cast off) in the round, usually you end up with a bump at the last cast-off stitch to minimize the transition and have a smoother joint. Bind (cast) off stitches using preferred method until 1 stitch remains on left on the right-hand needle.

Smooth (jogless) Bind Off in the Round If you bind off (cast off) in the round, usually you end up with a bump at the last cast-off stitch. Here's a way to minimize the transition and have a smoother join