9.06.2012

Crochet Chain Provisional Cast On Video

Many of my designs use a provisional cast on at some point within the pattern... so I decided it was time to show you how I work one!

The cast on uses smooth scrap yarn to get you started, you can choose to use a crochet hook, or not, that's up to you!



There is another technique by Lucy Neatby that I also use, just keep in mind that if you use her technique you will need to work one row after you work it so that you are set up correctly.

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  6. I tend to use the method described by Neatby and I'm wondering if I use that why I need to knit an extra row (with the scrap yarn or the "real" yarn?) before beginning. When I use the Neatby method, and get the scrap yarn on the needles, I start knitting the real yarn on the end where the knot would be, so it's not different from what you're doing here I don't think. Anyway, your video is very clear. Thanks for posting it!

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    1. You are welcome! And yes, with Lucy's crochet cast on, you need to work one more row with the working yarn to be ready to work the pattern!

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