We've updated the archive of all the Masterclass topics featured in the magazine since issue 1.
A large proportion of the Masterclasses have been uploaded to the website, so you'll also find a direct link to each one. New ones will be added weekly too.
Jen Arnall-Culliford explains how to make sleeves narrower or wider on set-in styles, to achieve a better fit
Issue 109: Design your own sideways hat - Wooly Wormhead - coming soon!
Knitting hats from side to side requires a new way of thinking about construction. Woolly Wormhead shows us how it’s done.
Lace shawls and scarves need proper blocking to show off their beauty. Jen Arnall-Culliford examines four key methods to try.
Create warm, bouncy and completely reversible fabric by using the double knitting method. Jen Arnall-Culliford shows us how
Ensure your finished knitwear looks its very best by blocking it properly. Jen Arnall-Culliford offers her expert advice
In the second part of her guide to two-colour brioche stitch, Jen Arnall-Culliford shows us how to cast off our work
Two-colour brioche stitch creates a gorgeously squishy fabric. Give it a try with the first of our two-part masterclass with Jen Arnall-Culliford.
Woolly Wormhead explains the key elements of hat design, to help you create your own unique styles and patterns and this week's Midweek Masterclass.
Have you ever seen a pattern you loved, but wanted to make it longer, and wondered whether you would have enough yarn? This Masterclass will show you how to calculate the yarn quantities you require when changing dimensions on a project.
Trying double decreases can create left- or right-leaning stitches as well as centered. Jen Arnall-Culliford explains how to work different methods in this week's Midweek Masterclass.
This style of knitting can speed up your work and help prevent RSI. Jen Arnall-Culliford explains how to knit Continental style in this week's Midweek Masterclass.
Many of us dread sewing up our knits, but achieving neat results is easier than you think, as Jen Arnall-Culliford shows in this week's Midweek Masterclass.
Jen Arnall-Culliford explains how to adapt sleeveheads and armholes on three main sweater shapes for a perfect fit
Hat styles are determined by how the crown is shaped.
Woolly Wormhead explains how to construct your own designs
Taking proper care of your knitted garments will make them look better and last longer, as Jen Arnall-Culliford explains in this week's Midweek Masterclass.
Issue 94: Catching Fair Isle floats – Faye Perriam-Reed
The German twisted cast-on creates strong, stretch edges that are perfect as cuffs on socks, mittens and more. Follow Faye Perriam-Reed's expert guide.
You can create super-cosy fabric by incorporating fleece thrums while you knit, as Helen Spedding explains in this week's Midweek Masterclass!
Learn the best way to wet-felt knitted items by hand, to produce warm, cosy accessories.
Issue 90: Basic crochet for knitters – Faye Perriam-Reed
Avoid the awkward 'stair step' effect when shaping shoulders and sleeve caps using one of Faye Perriam-Reed's neat methods.
Knitting from charts can be easier than using a written pattern. If you’ve never tried, Faye Perriam-Reed has all you need to know.
Faye Perriam-Reed details three ways to add pockets to your knits: the afterthought, forethought and patch methods in this week's Midweek Masterclass!
Issue 86: Joining in new yarns – Faye Perriam-Reed
Searching for the perfect button to finish your project? Helen Spedding shows how to make them yourself in this week's Midweek Masterclass.
Follow Faye Perriam's guide to creating a flawless finish on every knitting project by weaving in your yarn ends correctly.
Issue 83: Crochet nupps – Jen Storey
Create perfect-fitting socks for every foot shape with Clare Devine’s guide to the different types of toe construction in this week's Midweek Masterclass.
Issue 81: Decorative darning – Emma Vining
This essential grafting technique is so easy to forget! Remind yourself of the key steps with Jen Storey’s quick guide.
Issue 79: Sunday short rows – Jen Storey
Issue 78: Cabling without a cable needle – Jen Storey
Issue 76: Continental knitting – Faye Perriam
Issue 75: Changing colour with Photoshop – Faye Perriam
Whether you’re looking for a neat or a stretchy finish to your knitted project, there are lots of cast-off options to try. Jen Arnall-Culliford details her favourite methods.
Don’t get stuck in a rut with the same old cast-on method - there are so many options to try, as Jen Arnall-Culliford explains.
Issue 72: Using Excel to change tension - Ellen Gill
Issue 71: Afterthought and short-row sock heels - Clare Devine
Issue 70: Adapting heel flaps - Clare Devine
Issue 69: Ravelry part 2 - Jen Arnall-Culliford
Discover the world of knitting and crochet community website Ravelry and learn more about its fantastic features with Jen Arnall-Culliford in part one of this Midweek Masterclass.
Issue 67: Latvian braid - Jennifer Storey
Issue 64: Fair Isle (stranding/colour dominance) - Rosee Woodland
Issue 63: Hat Design Workshop - Faye Perriam
Issue 62: Short-row shaping - Rosee Woodland
Issue 60: Sock Design Workshop - Rhian Drinkwater
Issue 59: Lace Blocking - Rosee Woodland
Issue 58: Intarsia - Judy Furlong
Issue 57: Beading - Rosee Woodland
Issue 56: Design your own shawl - Rosee Woodland
Issue 55: Preventing/tackling RSI - Rosee Woodland
Issue 54: Modular knitting – Rosee Woodland
Issue 53: Taking project photos – Mimi Hill
Issue 52: Darning & repairs - Tom van Deijnen
Issue 51: Converting patterns for seamless knitting - Judy Furlong
Issue 50: Vikkel braids - AnneLena Mattison
Issue 49: Adding bust darts - Judy Furlong Add bust darts to get the perfect fit, created using short rows.
Issue 48: Designing a Fair Isle hat - Jane Crowfoot Create your own colourwork beret pattern, to design a tam o'shanter.
Issue 47: Knitting in the Round pt 2 (Magic Loop etc) - Rosee Woodland Rosee Woodland takes us through the Magic Loop method, step-by-step.
Issue 46: Knitting in the Round pt 1 - Rosee Woodland Knit seamless garments and accessories with circular needles and double-pointed needles.
Issue 45: Combination Knitting - Annie Modesitt Annie explains how Combination Knitting can help us to knit faster, neater and more intuitively.
Issue 44: Finishing techniques part 2 - Judy Furlong In part two of our masterclass series from Judy Furlong, we look at tidying up.
Issue 43: Finishing techniques part 1 - Judy Furlong Give your knitting project the professional touch in the first part of our masterclass series from Judy Furlong.
Issue 42: Buttonholes - Rosee Woodland Choose the perfect buttonhole method for any project with our in-depth guide by Rosee Woodland.
Issue 41: Spinning on a wheel - Catherine Wright Catherine shows you to create your own yarn in her three-part step-by-step guide.
Issue 40: Yarn weight substitutions pt2 (complex patterns) - Belinda Boaden Belinda explains how to swap yarns in a more complex pattern.
Issue 39: Recolouring Fair Isle - Emma King Emma shows you how to get the balance right when tweaking colour to suit your tastes.
Issue 38: Yarn weight substitutions pt1 - Belinda Boaden Want to use a DK yarn in a pattern that calls for 4ply? Belinda Boaden explains how in her step-by-step guide. Issue 37: Drop Spindling - Rosee Woodland Rosee explains how making your own yarn can be a fun way to explore your craft further.
Issue 36: Lace Troubleshooting part 2 - Judy Furlong In the second part of our series on achieving perfect lace knits, Judy Furlong offers her top tips for this knitting technique.
Issue 35: Lace Troubleshooting part 1 - Judy Furlong In the first part of our series on achieving perfect lace knits, Judy Furlong looks at the basics to consider before you begin.
Issue 34: Crochet Techniques – Jane Crowfoot
Issue 33: Cast on toe up socks – Judy Becker We look at Judy's magic cast on to create seamless toe-up socks.
Issue 32: Adding Waist Shaping – Belinda Boaden Belinda explores different techniques of adding waist shaping to your garments.
Issue 31: Knitted on Edgings – Judy Furlong You can add beautiful edgings to your shawls without the need for grafting, using Judy Furlong’s three step-by-step guides.
Issue 30: Slip Stitch Effects – Emma King Emma explores the use of slip stitch methods to create colourful effects in your knitting.
Issue 29: Advanced Kitchener – Woolly Wormhead Learn how the grafting method of Kitchener stitch can be used for so much more than socks.
Issue 28: Add Embroidery to Knitting – Emma King In this Masterclass series we look at five different embroidery stitches that can be added to knitted fabrics.
Issue 27: Cables (charts/fixing mistakes) – Belinda Boaden In this How To feature, Belinda Boaden shows us how to fix mistakes in cables and avoid baggy stitches.
Issue 26: Fair Isle Techniques – Jane Crowfoot
Issue 25: Embellishing with i-cord – Jane Crowfoot Learn how to make i-cords and add them to your work.
Issue 24: Basic Designing - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 23: Steeking - Jane Crowfoot Learn how to cut steeks into your knitting without fear.
Issue 22: Lining Knitted Fabric - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 21: Choosing Appropriate Yarn - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 20: Lace Techniques - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 19: Basic Kitchener Stitch - Jane Crowfoot Learn this knitting method for creating an invisible seam, commonly used for closing the toes of socks.
Issue 18: Add Embroidery to Knitting - Jane Crowfoot Adorn your hand knits with the perfect finishing touches with our embroidery masterclass.
Issue 16: Jogless Stripes - Jane Crowfoot Create neat stripes in the round without a "step" when you meet the next round.
Issue 15: Small Diameter Knitting in the Round - Jane Crowfoot Learn to use the Magic Loop method.
Issue 14: Reversible Double Knitting - Jane Crowfoot How to create reversible, two coloured knitted fabric.
Issue 13: Cabling without a cable needle - Jane Crowfoot Working different cables without a cable needle.
Issue 11: Provisional Cast ons - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 10: Intarsia - Jane Crowfoot How to add colour to your knitting.
Issue 9: Adjusting patterns to fit 2 - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 8: Adjusting patterns to fit 1 - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 7: Denim effects - Jane Crowfoot Denim knitting uses some special techniques to counteract and take advantage of the yarns' tendency to shrink and fade.
Issue 6: Blocking Lace - Jane Crowfoot This process evens out the stitches and makes pieces far easier to put together.
Issue 5: Short row shaping - Jane Crowfoot This method is a fantastic way of finishing stepped shoulder seems and creating a shaped bottom edge
Issue 2: Fair Isle shortcuts - Jane Crowfoot
Issue 1: Turkish cast on - Jane Crowfoot A seamless cast on that's perfect for toe-up socks.