How do you knit a button hole?

Round buttonholes

  1. On a knit row, bring the yarn to the front of the work – yarn forward.
  2. Insert the right needle in the second stitch on the left needle, then insert it in the first stitch and knit the 2 stitches together.
  3. On the following row, knit the yarn forward as a stitch.

How do you knit a button hole in garter stitch?

The simplest way to knit a buttonhole is to make an eyelet: just knit 2 stitches together, then bring the yarn over the needle. On the next row, work the yarn over like a regular stitch. This makes a small hole, and it’s appropriate for smallish buttons, baby clothes.

How do you knit across the row with different colors?

Knit Across the Row Mollie Johanson. Once you’ve successfully changed colors, knit across the row and keep knitting in the new color until you want to change colors again. You can add a third color or go back to the first, whichever you like. The method is the same regardless of how many colors you use.

What kind of buttons do you use for crochet and knitting?

Every kind of button, from the cutest little heart shaped knitting buttons to big ole chunky fasteners, finding the perfect button for your crochet or knitting project should be a piece of cake!

How do you knit with pink and blue yarn?

Wrap the pink yarn over top of the blue yarn one time. Then, pick up the blue yarn from underneath the pink and make your first stitch. This yarn twist will lock the pink yarn into the first stitch on the new row, leaving it easily accessible. Continue knitting that row with the blue yarn.

How to change colors in knitting?

When it comes time to change colors, switch to blue following the instructions above and knit your first row. When you get to the second row with your new color, it’s time to carry the pink yarn up. Carry the yarn. Wrap the pink yarn over top of the blue yarn one time.