Tutorial Series: Twisted German Cast On, Judy’s Magic Cast On, and Threading Beads with Superfloss

We put together three tutorials for you guys and hope you find them useful!

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Leslie is obsessed with knitting, and when possible, perfection in her knitting. All stripey socks must match exactly and all lace must be blocked severely. She has major love for all of her viewers/readers and hopes to keep blogging and podcasting for years to come.

16 Responses to Tutorial Series: Twisted German Cast On, Judy’s Magic Cast On, and Threading Beads with Superfloss

  1. SwedishRose says:

    Great videos, but I was more mesmerized by Lala’s pretty nails 😀

  2. Enid Mary Shaw says:

    I agree about the purple nails; such a nice colour. Don’t know that I will ever use any of those techniques, but the videos were definitely informative.

  3. Holly says:

    Wow! You ladies have improved my knitting life by geometric proportions with the beading and German twisted cast on tutorials! I used both in rapid succession and found your videos to be clear and concise. Beads especially are taking a quarter of the time I spent previously to attach. Thanks from the bottom of my knitterly heart!

  4. Thumperina says:

    Lala, Thanks so much for the Judy Cast on tutorial. You’ve made me a sock knitter again! Now off to go stash diving and find some pretty sock yarn.

  5. Laura says:

    Thank you for a wonderful tutorial – I’ve been knitting for 25 years and just learned the twisted German cast on tonight!

  6. Cindy says:

    Great tutorials. Your explanations were clear and the videos were good quality. I am ready to do a toe up sock, I think:)

  7. Savannagal says:

    Love your very clear and easy to follow tutorials. Too bad I can’t upload them to my iPod where I could review them as I’m knitting on the go.

  8. Becky G says:

    Loved your videos! Thanks. The German cast on is new to me, and i love it; plan to cast on some socks soon & will use this.
    I use the superfloss method for beading. Once i get into a rythym it goes fairly quickly. I weave the soft floss end through the holes in a sweet little button & this keeps my buttons from falling off the end; when I am finished knitting, i weave the stiffer end into the button & secure the beads that way. Has worked flawlessly so far. Thanks again for the great tutorials!

  9. Great video, I love the purple nail varnish! I don’t know if I can find the same product here but I reckon I could use standard floss in a similar way if worst comes to worst. Thanks. 🙂

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  11. linda says:

    as i said, you gals are inspiring and have revived my sock knitting..thank you, thank you, thank you…

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  14. Michelle says:

    Hi I love your tutorial on beading with Superfloss, thank you for making and sharing it. Have you noticed that sometime in 2013 P&G has started making the Superfloss 1 inch shorter? In the older Superfloss the stiff end (for beading) is 3 inches long and now it is only 2 inches long! I contacted Proctor and Gamble and they said that they were not aware of any spec changes but they would look into it, I never heard back from them.

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