Intarsia knitting (how to)
Intarsia Knitting, Tute, Part 1. By k1p1 TV. Exceptionally clear video, focusing on the all-important INTERLOCK technique. (Listen w/ headphones, as the volume is too low.) The clarity of the images makes this tute worthwhile.
Introduction to intarsia knitting - from Twist Collective
Intarsia: straight lines instead of jagged edges http://www.knittingdaily.com/articles/knitting-techniques/colorwork/smooth-the-jagged-edge-with-shaped-intarsia/
Brilliant. The intarsia box (long needle or straw as a spindle, held on point end with a point protecter) keeps your many little balls of yarn in a neat line while you work. Much more portable, too!
Bare Trees - Intarsia knitting design by Susan Flockhart, via Flickr
very simply : INTARSIA « Tin Can Knits
A technique to add in a new color without leaving holes or knots in your work. Yes please! Love that there's directions for both picking and throwing knitting styles.
In 2016, it came as a shock that Rowan's Kaffe Fassett KAL would not include "intarsia" -- a way of knitting with an infinite number of colors in one row. After all, wasn't that technique that made hi
“tumbling blocks” – Kaffe Fassett at the Fashion and Textiles Museum by the South Bank