This episode of Telly Award-winning Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell is about double knitting. Learn how to make a densely warm fabric with reversible patterning and color that appears opposite on each side.
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Vickie is wearing the Tara Jacket by Ashley Rao, featured in Knitscene, Winter 2013.
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In this segment, Host Vickie Howell works with Laura Bryant on creating a reversible, multicolored cowl using the magic number – a technique for controlling the patterning of hand dyed yarns.
Download Laura Bryant’s pattern for the Color Stacked Cowl.
Sponsored by Prism Yarns.
Space to Space:
Meet brioche knitting expert Nancy Marchant at her home studio in Amsterdam. Brioche can be worked in one or more colors, and with cables to give projects an interesting, reversible corrugated effect.
Knitscene editor Amy Palmer demonstrates the properties, reversibility, and technique associated with double knitting.
Download the pattern for Isotopy Mitts by Moon Eldridge.
Sponsored by Interweave.
Tools of the Trade:
Join Tanis Gray and learn about products that will help your yarn and knitting stay organized.
Susquehanna Yarn from The Knitting Boutique
Yarn Pet Duo from Nancy’s KnitKnacks
Yarn Box by WoodnGoodsbyBelle on Etsy
Knee-sel from Nancy's Knit Knacks
Vickie Howell wraps up this episode by demonstrating some more two sided stitches to incorporate into your reversible knitting projects.
Download the pattern for the Two-Sided Child's Hat here.
Sponsored by Yarnspirations.
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