Old school style rules this episode as we focus on the stitcherly details, like crocheted edgings and antique buttons, that give a project a vintage touch.
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In the Studio
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We’re in the studio with owner of Lorna’s Laces & Mrs Crosby’s Yarns, Amanda Jarvis. Amanda shows us some of her favorite, vintage-inspired items, then shows how to knit a sweet pair of buttoned wristlets out of their Carpet Bag yarn.
Make it: Layover Mitts
More from Amanda:
Carpet Bag Yarn
Dovetail Scarf Pattern
Ostrich Race Shawl Pattern
Layover Mitts Kit
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Make it: Vintage Touches Apron!
More from Edie:
Every Which Way Crochet Borders
Around the Corner Crochet Borders
We’re back at the offices of psychotherapist, Chelsea DeKryuff to learn about the neurology of creativity!
On this episode’s Vic’s Tips, Vickie gives a quick tutorial on how to crochet the quintessential 70‘s retro piece: the granny square!
For a more in-depth Granny Square lesson, check out Vickie’s Crochet Maker 102 class on Creative Live!
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