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Knitting Daily Previous Broadcasts

Quite Effective (Episode #813)

KQED Life: Fri, Apr 26, 2013 -- 2:00 PM

Add interest to your knit and crochet projects with grafting and textured stitches. The show begins with Eunny and a lesson in grafting in patterns. Perfect your grafting technique with a new charting method that allows you to graft perfectly in pattern.

Get Shorty (Episode #812)

KQED Life: Fri, Apr 19, 2013 -- 2:00 PM

The focus of today's show is short row knitting. Eunny begins with a primer in short rows. She'll demonstrate four techniques: using slip stitch, a wrap and turn method, yarnovers, and a Japanese short row method. Next, Laura Bryant and Barry Klein continue short row knitting - using the technique for scarves. Then, Kristin has lightweight crochet projects for newborns. Last, Eunny has yarn advice for knitting short rows. She'll show how to give a short row project a new look with color change yarns and textured stitches, and how to purl ridges in short row knitting.

Go Global (Episode #811)

KQED Life: Fri, Apr 12, 2013 -- 2:00 PM

We're armchair travelling around the world today. Eunny opens this episode with a beautiful Latvian old-world technique that shows off color work. Next, guest knitter Andrea Wong shows Portuguese two-color knitting and demonstrates how to make the hat using this method. Then, Kristin talks about Tunisian crocheted lace. Last, Eunny has a lesson in thrumming, a technique that adds warmth to your knitting with a layer of rovings knitted in.

Yakkety Yak (Episode #810)

KQED Life: Fri, Apr 5, 2013 -- 2:00 PM

Today's show focuses on exotic fibers like yak yarn. First, Eunny gets started by showing how to give your knitting a new lift with techniques that carry a strand in to the row above for a pop of color and texture. She'll also show how to create a float with beads. Next, Deborah Robson discusses yak yarns. Then, Kristin continues her exploration in lightweight yarns in crochet with a lesson on filet crochet. She'll explain how to read filet crochet charts, take gauge, and display some great filet crochet pieces. Eunny wraps up the show with a quick tip on fringe.

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