In this topic, you will learn how to knit hems, bands, and cords. You will also learn how to knit necklines and collars, shoulders, and sleeves. Additionally, you will learn about decorative connections and other special modules. For example, you will learn how to knit a simple pocket with an afterward added hem.

Below you see an overview of the existing content in the modules section of the eLearning platform.

hems, bands & cords

  • Picot Hem (traditional)
  • Rolled Edge
  • Picot Hem (Fast)
  • Mock Rib Cuff (bottom)
  • Double knit bottom band
  • Double Knit Top Band
  • Vertical Band
  • Purl-row Band
  • Sandwiched Band
  • Band with knitted-in buttonholes

Neckline & Collar

  • Round neckline with short rows

More lessons in progress

Contents are added on an ongoing basis. Suggestions from our members are also taken into account.

hems, bands & cords

  • Determination of the hem length
  • hems for a curved neckline
  • vertical rolled edge with crochet row (double knit band at the bottom)
  • Rolled edge for neckline with short rows
  • Double Knit Top Band at top for neckline with short rows
  • Double knit band with Fair Isle Pattern
  • afterwards attached neckline
  • “Munich” hem
  • Knitted vertical hem
  • vertical rolled edge with crochet row (rolled edge at the bottom)
  • purl hem for childs or baby jacket
  • Mock Rib Cuff (top)

Neckline & Collar

  • Neckline with 2 seams
  • Boat neckline
  • Neckline: Binding off the middle stitches with additional thread
  • Cutout collar
  • V-neck in 2 variations
  • V-neck “Catherine”
  • Troyer collar with zipper

shoulder and sleeve

  • shoulder slope
  • shoulder decreases behind the gate pegs
  • Joining shoulder pieces right sides facing with the knitting machine
  • Adding sleeves with the knitting machine
  • Top down sleeve

special modules

  • simple pocket with afterward added hem
  • The decorative pleat
  • Belt strap on bed


  • “Saxony Bridge“

Do you have any questions?