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Preview Knitting Daily TV Episode 809, Carry-All



Rating: 5

Knitting Daily TV DVDs and episode downloads can be purchased at Shop.KnittingDaily.com. On this episode of KDTV, host Eunny Jang and experts Shay Pendray and Kristin Omdahl explore purses, bags, totes, and more–the carry-all. On Getting Started, Eunny demos a quick clutch to knit with i-cord basics. On this episode’s How To segment, Beth Gantz joins Shay to show some great needlework trends that you can add to any tote for a fun embellishment. Then, on Crochet Corner, Eunny and Kristin join up to show a great crocheted bag handle made out of nylon thread that will stand up to great use and add a finishing touch to either a knitted or crocheted bag. Finally, on Quick Tip Eunny wraps up the show with a mitered square tip that’s great for the corners of your knitted bag. Learn more about KDTV and download free patterns seen on the show at KnittingDailyTV.com.

knitting patterns KDTV 302 Vintage Baby Knits



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Rating: 4

In Knitting Daily TV Episode 302, Kristen Rengren demonstrates basic finishing techniques for her Cleo Kitty Slippers from her book Vintage Baby Knits (STC Craft, 2009). Download the free pattern for the slippers at: www.knittingdaily.com

KDTV 205 You Made It – Handwoven Scarves from Handspun, Handpainted Fibers



Rating: 5

Knitting Daily TV co-host Liz Gipson shows off versions of a woven scarf made with handspun, handpainted fibers, based on the pattern by Jane Patrick originally featured in Spin-Off magazine. Sponsored by Ashford Handicrafts. Details here: www.knittingdailytv.com

KDTV 205 You Made It – Handwoven Scarves from Handspun, Handpainted Fibers



Rating: 5

Knitting Daily TV co-host Liz Gipson shows off versions of a woven scarf made with handspun, handpainted fibers, based on the pattern by Jane Patrick originally featured in Spin-Off magazine. Sponsored by Ashford Handicrafts. Details here: www.knittingdailytv.com

KDTV 209 You Made It – It's in the Bag



Rating: 4

In this clip from Knitting Daily TV Episode 209 “It’s in the Bag,” Liz Gipson introduces knitters to a fun woven bag made from recycled grocery bags, originally shown in Handwoven magazine, and shows the many variations this easy-to-weave bag has. The pattern for the original bag is available for free online at www.knittingdailytv.com (Episode 209).

KDTV 205 You Made It – Handwoven Scarves from Handspun, Handpainted Fibers



Rating: 5

Knitting Daily TV co-host Liz Gipson shows off versions of a woven scarf made with handspun, handpainted fibers, based on the pattern by Jane Patrick originally featured in Spin-Off magazine. Sponsored by Ashford Handicrafts. Details here: www.knittingdailytv.com

Preview Knitting Daily TV Episode 809, Carry-All



Rating: 5

Knitting Daily TV DVDs and episode downloads can be purchased at Shop.KnittingDaily.com. On this episode of KDTV, host Eunny Jang and experts Shay Pendray and Kristin Omdahl explore purses, bags, totes, and more–the carry-all. On Getting Started, Eunny demos a quick clutch to knit with i-cord basics. On this episode’s How To segment, Beth Gantz joins Shay to show some great needlework trends that you can add to any tote for a fun embellishment. Then, on Crochet Corner, Eunny and Kristin join up to show a great crocheted bag handle made out of nylon thread that will stand up to great use and add a finishing touch to either a knitted or crocheted bag. Finally, on Quick Tip Eunny wraps up the show with a mitered square tip that’s great for the corners of your knitted bag. Learn more about KDTV and download free patterns seen on the show at KnittingDailyTV.com.

KDTV 205 You Made It – Handwoven Scarves from Handspun, Handpainted Fibers



Rating: 5

Knitting Daily TV co-host Liz Gipson shows off versions of a woven scarf made with handspun, handpainted fibers, based on the pattern by Jane Patrick originally featured in Spin-Off magazine. Sponsored by Ashford Handicrafts. Details here: www.knittingdailytv.com

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