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[Knitting] Lifted increases

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Post time: 2016-11-11 01:10
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this information came from one of my news letters.

they stack on top of each other well, they have both left- and right-leaning versions, the purl version isn’t any harder than the knit version, and they look really tidy.

Right Lifted Increase (RLI)
Step 1: Use your right needle to pull the knit stitch one row below the first stitch on your left needle.


Step 2: Place the stitch on the left needle, taking care to ensure it doesn’t slip over the stitch next to it.


Step 3: Knit the stitch and slip it off the needle, taking care not to slip off the stitch that was originally on the needle                               

Left Lifted Increase (LLI)
Step 1: Unlike the RLI, this increase is worked two stitches below.



Step 2: Insert your right needle from back to front underneath the second stitch below.



Step 3: Place this stitch on the left needl


Step 4: Knit it through the front loop (insert needle from right to left).


Right Lifted Increase, Purl (RLIP)

tep 1: Use your right needle to pull the purl stitch one row below the first stitch on your left needle


Step 2: Place the stitch on the left needle, taking care to ensure the left loop is in the back


Step 3: Purl the stitch and slip it off the needle, taking care not to slip off the stitch that was originally on the needle


Left Lifted Increase, Purl (LLIP)

Step 1: Unlike the RLIP, this increase is worked two stitches below


Step 2: Insert your left needle from bottom to top into the stitch.


Step 3: Purl the stitch.


There are videos on how to do this as well. Personally I plain on makingmyself a cheat sheet. I tend to forget which way i am to go threw to make thecorrect lean.
I hope you have found this informative andenjoyed this tutorial
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Post time: 2017-8-27 22:22
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I have been using lifted inc's for a few years.  I don't know why pattern designer's don't include them more, they really are less noticeable.
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Post time: 2019-10-20 08:48
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I haven't seen this increase before.  I like how you presented it.  For a lifted increase I've always had it described as lifting the yarn between the 2 stitches & either knitting or purling the stitch.  I think I'd like to try this way and see how it looks.
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Post time: 2017-12-15 14:42
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i use lifted increase when I make socks.  I love them for that.  I rarely use them for anything else.  Thanks for the tutorial!
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Post time: 2017-11-27 17:59
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Thank  you  for  sharing!
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Post time: 2019-10-10 18:16
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So interesting and useful, thank you so much for sharing!!!
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Post time: 2016-11-11 05:43
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Neat! thanks KnittingAngel - helpful instructions
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Post time: 2019-10-25 04:51
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thanks for sharing, i never saw it done this way!
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Post time: 2019-10-25 09:22
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Timeto dois dedos no rabo. Thanks for sharing.
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Post time: 2017-4-29 01:52
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I always use this method. Thanks for sharing.
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Post time: 2016-11-11 02:02
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thanks for sharing, geat tutorial
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Post time: 2016-11-11 08:15
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Thanks for sharing!!
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Post time: 2016-11-14 21:20
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Thanks for sharing!!
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Post time: 2016-11-15 02:25
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Благодарю.
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Post time: 2016-12-13 17:49
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Thanks for the helpful tutorial!
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Post time: 2017-1-27 09:25
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Спасибо
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Post time: 2017-2-7 23:36
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Thanks for sharing!
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