Saturday, July 7, 2012

Dot Stitch Video Tutorial

A few folks have asked for a tutorial to demonstrate the dot stitch used in Rooty. Now that I've FINALLY found all the cords for my decent (well, more-than-iphone-decent) video camera, I thought I'd get on that. It's not hard to do, but it's an unusual stitch that's a little hard to describe in words.


The video quality is still not phenomenal :-/ But maybe a little better. Hopefully it's helpful!

4 comments:

  1. Thank you for your extra help!

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  2. Thanks, Alex! Very easy to follow. I love your patterns, very unique and a pleasure to knit. I knit Darla last Christmas for my sister-in- law and she wears all the time. I'm knitting Rooty for her this year.

    (You're right, it's impossible not to mentally add "fresh and fruity" after Rooty.) ;)

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  3. Thank yooou for this. I made my first Rooty (and my first hat ever) without the "dots", since the yarn was very colorful/textural (Noro silk blend). But I'm planning to make another in a very smooth plain yarn, and this video was a great explanation. I am a fairly novice knitter, but this pattern was just fantastic - my daughter wears her "rainbow rooty" all the time. :)

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    1. Thank you, and I'm glad the video was helpful! :-)

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