One-row horizontal buttonhole. I've been looking at lots of tutorials for this, and so far, I find this the easiest to understand.

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿One-row horizontal buttonhole. I've been looking at lots of tutorials for this…

Kara’s Quick-Knit Tip: Buttonholes Nice & Neat | Creative Knitting Blog

My favorite knitted buttonhole is the one-row horizontal method because it produces a much neater finish and it is one of the sturdiest of all buttonholes because it does not require additional reinforcement.

Tutorial on five different types of buttonholes - good if you want to use bigger buttons than what your pattern caters for.

Tutorialo on five different types of buttonholes - good if you want to use bigger buttons than what your pattern caters for.

Reinforcing Buttonholes.  Use to strengthen or neaten the appearance.  Nice.

Buttonhole stitch to reinforce knit buttonholes. Think about doing this around thumb openings in fingerless gloves also.

Constructing a Simple Knitted Buttonhole - CraftStylish

Constructing a Simple Knitted Buttonhole

If you have shied away from certain projects because you feared making the buttonholes, fear no more. This easy step-by-step will have you creating rows of neat and tidy little buttonholes in no time.

Knitting one-row button holes: A simple method for creating a button hole in a knitted work. If the button you're using is 4 stitches wide, make a 3-stitch buttonhole; for a 5-st-wide button, make a 4-stitch buttonhole, & etc.

DIY knitting one-row button holes: A simple method for creating a button hole in a knitted work. If the button you're using is 4 stitches wide, make a buttonhole; for a button, make a buttonhole, & etc.

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