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Tune in to a new season of Knitting Daily TV!

Jul 14, 2010


Knitting Daily TV hosts Shay Pendray, Eunny Jang, and Kristin Omdahl   
   
Shay Pendray and Vicki Square

Eunny Jang in a sea of hats

Eunny Jang and Zontee Hou discussing the Little Lamb Sock Critter project

A note from Kathleen: Knitting Daily TV is such an inspiration for us knitters. I've learned so much, too, such as how to knit in ends, how to use the new novelty yarns, how to Artfelt, how to work a mitered square, and much more.

And now there's a whole new series of tips, tricks, interviews, demonstrations, patterns, and FUN!

Here's associate producer Annie Hartman Bakken to tell you more.

It's Here! Knitting Daily TV Series 500!

The newest season of Knitting Daily TV is about to air on Public Television stations across the country, with 13 new episodes hosted by Eunny Jang and featuring experts Kristin Omdahl and Shay Pendray. This is the best season  yet, and we hope you'll knit along with us!

With each episode you'll learn new techniques, meet top-notch designers, and knit stylish projects.

You'll learn three easy buttonholes and how to spice up your handknits with various button styles, how to knit a hat in the round on double-points, all the need-to-know information on circular needles including the magic loop method, the basics of entrelac, how to crochet hairpin lace, and more.

And you'll love our new
feature—knit-alongs! We have three projects we'll be knitting together, and we hope you'll join us on the adventure.

Here's a  sneak peek of the first five episodes:

Episode 501: Ground Rules

Eunny Jang demonstrates how to avoid common knitting mistakes to get your knitting started on the right foot, Vicki Square teaches the South American join technique, and the knit-along for the Fallen Leaves Scarf begins.

Episode 502: Finishing Touches
Learn how to knit basic buttonholes, take a look at button choices on the market to decorate your knitting, learn how to felt a boutique-style flower tote, and continue the knit-along of the Fallen Leaves Scarf with simple slip stitch knitting.

Episode 503: Play with Color

Eunny demonstrates the basics of entrelac colorwork knitting, designer Lorna Miser talks about her playful methods of choosing yarn colors, and the Fallen Leaves Scarf project wraps up with seed stitch and basket weave knitting.

Episode 504: Hat Basics
Learn threes ways to knit a cap, join designer Jared Flood as he demonstrates a basic way to decrease stitches in the knitting of his Turn A Square Hat pattern, and begin the second knit-along: the Little Lamb Sock Critter.

Episode 505: Make It Unique
Eunny begins with a primer on joining yarns, spinner extraordinaire Amy King shows us her special techniques to spinning fuzzy yarns, Shay demonstrates simple embroidery techniques to spice up your knitwear, and the Little Lamb Sock Critter knit-along continues with the cabling section of the cute critter.

Be sure to visit
KnittingDailyTV.com for all the tips and techniques shown on the newest season, free pattern downloads of projects seen on each episode, video previews, and more.

You can also search your local listings to see when the show is airing in your area (or
purchase all 13 episodes on DVD!).

Cheers,

Annie


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retsinnab wrote
on Sep 14, 2010 10:29 AM

I  am looking for the show in Chicago. It used to be on PBS WYCC 20??

woollymama wrote
on Sep 2, 2010 9:03 AM

Comcast in the suburban Boston area has dropped your show!!!  I'm so totally bummed. No more Knitting Daily in this neck of the woods. I  harrassed the Comcast agents a little, but to no avail. If there are others out there in this area who miss the show, bug Comcast too and maybe we can get our Eunny and the gang back!!

on Jul 14, 2010 7:01 PM

I have some ideas that I would like to share for KD show segments, but I can't find an email address or a snail mail address. Please give me a hint or better yet give me a link.

BTW - I've purchased and watched all four seasons. FABULOUS. Learn something new with every episode. Recommend it to all who love to knit or crochet.

Phaepenn wrote
on Jul 14, 2010 12:36 PM

you should all feel for the brits! we don't have access to this at all! knitting is still emerging from the stigma of only being for grannies! it's hard to find like minded young people! Especially when you get away from the big cities!

on Jul 14, 2010 12:32 PM

It was on last season, on channel 7 (or 107) at 1:30 on Sundays.

DianaR@12 wrote
on Jul 14, 2010 11:52 AM

I live in Spokane, too, but haven't found Knitting Daily anywhere in my Comcast listings.  Are you getting it on your TV?  Have asked our local PBS station to add it but no luck there so far.  Sure would love to get this show!

semichael wrote
on Jul 14, 2010 9:05 AM

So bummed it is not offered in our area.

ElizabethG@9 wrote
on Jul 14, 2010 8:44 AM

I would love to be able to watch the new series. However, Time Warner Cable is moving our local PBS channel airing your show to a HDTV channel, which I cannot receive. This is unfortunate as many people in this area cannot afford HDTV and will not be able to view your shows after August.