Raised Increases Video Tutorial


Two sweater sleeves from different sweaters with seams running down centre and showing subtle raised increases.

Learn how to do my absolute favourite, go-to increase—the raised increase. I use it in almost everything. It’s the least disruptive to the stitches around it and if only a single raised increase is worked, it’s virtually invisible in a ground of stockinette stitch.

This video, along with several more, was produced to support the techniques mentioned in my book, Tempest: a collection of 11 patterns designed by Holli Yeoh for SweetGeorgia Yarns. Special thanks to Felicia Lo of SweetGeorgia Yarns for producing the video.

You can view my photo tutorial of raised increases here.

Tempest patterns that feature raised increases:

Seaswell cardigan knitting pattern designed by Holli Yeoh for SweetGeorgia Yarns | Published in TempestSeaswell

Watermark cowl neck tunic knitting pattern by Holli Yeoh | Published in TempestWatermark

Eventide chevron pullover knitting pattern by Holli Yeoh | Tempest bookEventide

Of course, most of my patterns call for raised increases, as you can see below.