On this episode of The Knit Show with Vickie Howell we open ourselves up to lace — the fabric style created by playing with negative space, using both knit and crochet techniques.
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In the Studio
1st Guest: Annie Modesitt, Designer/Co-Owner ModeKnit Yarns
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Make it: Girl’s Best Friend Kerchief Project!
More from Annie:
Girl’s Best Friend Scarf Kit
Brahmin Blues Moth Shawl Kit
ModeLuxe Silk Merino Yarn
Needles used by Annie in this episode by Signature Needlearts
2nd Guest: Designer/Yarn Line Owner, Kristin Omdahl
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Make it: FAN-tastical Vest Pattern!
More from Kristin:
Be So Fine Yarn
Tidbit Beaded Scarf Kit
This episode’s field trip takes us to a woodworking studio where we meet-up with the founder of Furl’s Crochet. Harrison Richards tells us the story of how he as a teenager started making hooks because he was in love with a crocheter, and how a few years later he turned it into a viable company. Then, he demonstrates how his signature hand-turned wooden hooks are made.
Vickie shows how to use Knit Blockers and Blocking Mats to make blocking lace much easier!
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