Thursday, September 4, 2014
What A Heel!
Learn a couple of new heel tricks, plus a cool way to stitch toes together on today's show. First, step into sock knitting with author Kate Atherley, who demonstrates different types of heel turns. Then, meet Anne Merrow, editor of Sockupied, in her home studio. Next, its sock maven Andi Smith with easy "after-thought" heels and why they're the perfect solution to seamless sock knitting. Then, Tanis has the tools to step help you into sock knitting with ease. Vickie closes with at tip for putting your toes together with the Kitchener stitch.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Today's show highlights stranded color knitting techniques. Learn how to work Fair Isle patterns seamlessly with designer Simona Merchant-Dest. We travel virtually to Iceland to meet Ragga Eriksdotter and spend some Space to Space time from her studio. Then, Kate Gagnon Osborn and Courtney Kelley demonstrate the Swedish technique of Bohus knitting. Next up is products perfect for colorwork with Tanis. And finally, learn how a palette change can make a traditional Fair Isle pattern fashion forward with Vickie.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Learn to knit and crochet in 3-D to make stuffed creatures that are full of personality. First, Rebecca Danger shows that getting a great looking monster or toy depends on good finishing. Then, we'll connect Space to Space with Allison Hoffman and learn why crafty is cool. Next, is Tanis with Tools of the Trade. Then, learn about toys that transform with creature-creator Susan B Anderson. And Vickie has a last tip to wrap up the show.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Knit something straight out of a period drama, or add a pretty detail to lend a vintage touch. Andrea Jurgrau demonstrates a Downton Abbey inspired jabot and cuff. On our Space to Space segment, we gain a wealth of knowledge on fashion history from the 1920s and 30s with designer Annie Modesitt. Next, Andrea Jurgrau returns with a segment on vintage lace doilies. Then, Tanis shows that even yarn and notions can be stately and elegant. Last, Vickie shows how to add a lacy trim for a vintage feminine look.