Meet trendsetting designers and improve or learn new skills. Join knitting expert Eunny Jang, ace crocheter Kim Werker, spinning and weaving fiberista Liz Gipson, and America's favorite stitcher Shay Pendray. Viewers are invited to explore the world's most beautiful fibers, yarns, and tools. You'lll be inspired to learn how to make the perfect sweater, decorate their home with fiber, needle-felt bags and scarves, embellish knitwear with metal, buttons, and embroidery, and much more.
Knitting Daily Previous Broadcasts
Don't Sweater The Small Stuff (Episode #1413)
KQED Life: Fri, Jan 20, 2017 -- 2:00 PM
Take your project from homemade to handmade. Knitter and instructor Patty Lyons shares tips to make your next sweater a success. Kate Gilbert of the Twist Collective talks about why sweaters are such popular projects. Leslye Solomon shows how to block a sweater successfully and Tanis Gray adds a feminine touch with lace picot. Vickie Howell compares neckline treatments and proportional sizing for baby sweaters.
Novelty of It All (Episode #1412)
KQED Life: Fri, Jan 13, 2017 -- 2:00 PM
Create a novel effect with non-traditional yarns. Yarn designer Barry Klein shares tips and tricks to get the maximum effect. Soak up the creative spirit of writer and artist Kathy Cano-Murillo. Author Laura Nelkin's combines novelty yarn and beads to make an elegant bracelet. Tanis Gray makes a charming daisy applique with crystals. Vickie Howell crochets a cool cable pattern with lofty, colorful yarn.
New Spin (Episode #1411)
KQED Life: Fri, Jan 6, 2017 -- 2:00 PM
Learn how to make yarn yourself! Editor Anne Merrow introduces the ancient art of spinning using a drop spindle and shares ideas for knitting with hand-spun yarn. Liz Gipson shares her love of making yarn by hand and Tanis Gray demonstrates the lazy links stitch. Then learn to make dryer balls to assure great results when laundering knits.