May 13th, 2010

Tinking

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  1. [...] unknit—or tink (which is knit spelled backward…). And Very Pink (sensing a trend!) has a tinking video, [...]

    Pingback by Links and Resources for Sock Knitters - Inside e-Knitting Magazines - Knitting Daily — May 1, 2012 @ 10:44 am

  2. Hi Staci, I LOVE your tutorial videos. I’ve got all of my friends and my mom “hooked” too! I was showing my mom how to properly tink K2Togs and SSKs and was wondering if you have a vid on that? We don’t live together and I know she’ll forget how to untwist the tinked SSK once I leave. Thanks so much!

    Sharon

    Comment by Sharon Gormas — July 22, 2012 @ 12:54 pm

  3. Do you tink a purl st. different?

    Comment by Shelva Moats — September 3, 2012 @ 3:21 pm

  4. Hi Shelva – purl stitches are tinked using the same method with one small difference. I like to hold the working yarn in front when I tink purl stitches. It opens up the stitch below just enough to make it easier to get the needle in there.

    Thank you for your question. You’ve given me an idea for a new video on “Advanced Tinking”.

    :)
    S t a c i

    Comment by s t a c i — September 3, 2012 @ 9:28 pm

  5. Thank you so much for your help I was afraid to try it but now I will try. I learned how to tink a Knit stitch on your video it was very easy to follow. Again thanks.
    Shelva

    Comment by Shelva Moats — September 4, 2012 @ 9:31 am

  6. I would like to see how to tink a K2 together please. Or if it is here could you please tell me where to find it. I watched both your thinking and advanced thinking video but dint catch anything about the k2t..
    I am a relatively new knitter, self taught with a lot! Of your help, and this is my biggest stumbling block. How to go back and fix mistakes, or how to tell what I am actually seeing as I go. Does that make sense? Just ripping out is nt easy when you don’t know to pick up the stitches and yo’ sand k2t are difficult to figure out. For me at least. Thank you for your wonderful site and help.

    Comment by Karla Hall — October 30, 2014 @ 2:57 pm

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