How To: Knit a Kitchener stitch for a seamless join

Knit a Kitchener stitch for a seamless join

The kitchener stitch, also called grafting, is a knitting technique used to create woven seams. It's commonly used for the toe of knitted socks, but you'll find it used whenever you need an invisible seam.

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This video is the best demonstration of the kitchener stitch I have found. (As a new knitter I was ready to give up) Thank you so much!

Awesome, I finally learned how to do this! Thanks!!!

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