Love the singing!!!
I love this edge. I can’t wait to try it on a preemie hat I’m making. Do you have a video on a rolled hem?
Keep up the great work!!! You are such an inspiration to me. Someday I hope to take a class from you in person.
Grace Mae – this video essentially shows how to work a rolled hem. To work a plain (non picot) rolled hem, just purl a row for the fold instead of working the k2tog/yo combo. That will give you a plain, folded edge.
I always get excited when I see an email from verypink because I know I will learn something special. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with the
rest of us.
Very cool idea to add the color change! I will have to try that….I was thinking it would be difficult to get it straight…and see that …you found a way to make it easy.
Thanks for another great idea!
Love this! Is there a pattern available for the baby hat?
This looks like a very difficult and detailed edge… I might never have tried it. But as always, you enlighten us all. It IS so simple — THANKS!!
Hi Laura – no, no pattern for the baby hat, at least yet. It’s just something I made up as I was going along.
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Wow, this came at the perfect time. I’m just finishing up a baby sweater with a picot hem and was wondering how to sew it down. Thanks for this video, it helped a ton. And I love the ending!
Thanks Staci! Congrats on the U-Tube recognition!
Yes, I can’t wait to try this on some baby preemie hats I’m making and also some dish towels for a wedding gift.
I think this edge is really nice for anything you want to add something pretty but not overwhelming. I want to try it on a book cover.
I truly enjoy your tutorials and learn so much from them. Please keep them coming and thank you.
That’s great! i’m going to try it.
This is so much easier than knitting the edge with two needles!
I love your video tutorials — Your instructions are so clear and easy to follow, and always professiionally delivered in your beautiful knitting studio. I would appreciate it if you would produce a video tutorial for a 4-stitch picot bind-off, with 2 knitted cast on stitches, followed by 4 bind off stitches.
Ok. Watched the video and ran into some questions. I tried making the raglan sleeved sweater from the video posted a few weeks ago and decided for the 2nd doll sweater I would try a picot edge (yes, not quite brave enough attempting a sweater for a real person yet–almost, though hehe). I am not sure what happen, but the picot row does not stand out much different than some of the other edges I have tried.
I did the sleeves a little different though and added an extra knit stitch so mine went more like *K1, YO,k2tog, YO*, but it still doesn’t look much different.
Would smaller/larger needles make the edge stand out more or perhaps a different decrease method?
I do subscribe to Ravelry, but I must confess: I refer to this website quite frequently when I get stuck–and voila–you have a video or article already! Your videos and tips are wonderful! Thanks so much for keeping your site current.
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