Knitting Stranded Colorwork or Fair Isle Colorwork Continental! CraftyGarden: N. 62

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Hello everyone, my name is Stephanie and In this video I demonstrate how I knit stranded colorwork continental, over my left finger.
I show how I trap both the foreground and the background colors so that they are carried along the back of the work. This prevents large floats on the wrong side of the fabric. I also give some tips I've picked up along the way and show how I knit colorwork in real time towards the end.

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There are many ways to hold the yarn for stranded colorwork and they can result in slightly different fabrics. This is my way and I find it works well for me. I hope you find this video helpful!
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