Episode 1312 - In Living Color!

Jul 21, 2014

This episode of Telly award-winning Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell is about making the best of your colorful and variegated yarns.

For all the products and patterns featured on this season of Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell, visit our Pinterest boards.

Vickie's dress compliments of Modcloth.

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How-To:

Annie Modesitt demonstrates how to create an easy plaid pattern with slip stitches. No need for intarsia here!

Sponsored by ModeKnit Yarn.

 

Space to Space:

Vickie chats with fiber artist Nicholas James White about how color influences and informs his work.

 

How-To:

Laura Bryant lets us in on her secret for creating amazing effects with hand-painted yarns.

Sponsored by Prism Yarns.

 

Tools of the Trade:

Tanis shows us some products that help us add a pop of color to our crafting:

Bernat Blanket Yarn

Cross Stitch iPhone Case

Rainbow Blanket Kit from Purl Soho

Tiny Gnome Kit from Mochimochi Land

Mood Bead Stitch Markers

 

Loose Ends:

Vickie Howell wraps up this episode by teaching us how to make a beautiful scarf out of the bramble stitch.

Sponsored by Yarnspirations.

 

Get the entire Series 1300 of Knitting Daily TV at Interweavestore.com

 

ABOUT THE SHOW: Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell is an exciting needle crafts how-to program on public television covering everything from knitting and crochet to stitching, and beyond. The show introduces viewers to designers, authors and teachers and guides in learning new techniques using the latest products in yarn and fiber. Download free patterns, meet trendsetting knit and crochet designers, and improve or learn new skills and techniques.


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MarjorieR@5 wrote
on Oct 10, 2014 2:08 PM

where can I get the slippy stitch cowl pattern?  thank you. Marjorie Ridge

TLFerrell wrote
on Oct 10, 2014 4:48 PM

I am also interested in the cowl pattern

Leah Willis wrote
on Oct 11, 2014 7:20 PM

Is there a pattern available for the sweater Laura Bryant is wearing in this episode (1312)?  Hope so.  Thanks.

seatushai wrote
on Oct 12, 2014 11:54 PM

It would be nice if there was a link to the patterns on the episode.  Can't find the slip cowl

seatushai wrote
on Oct 12, 2014 11:54 PM

It would be nice if there was a link to the patterns on the episode.  Can't find the slip cowl

seatushai wrote
on Oct 13, 2014 12:13 AM

I found this link on you tube explaining the linen slip stitch.  Really helpful. http://youtu.be/_goQtWqXE3A

Vasiliki@2 wrote
on Oct 14, 2014 3:00 AM

The cowl can be found on Ravelry if you search under "Slippy Cowl". I went looking for it after watching the episode. Hope this helps everyone!

Vasiliki@2 wrote
on Oct 14, 2014 3:01 AM

The cowl can be found on Ravelry if you search under "Slippy Cowl". I went looking for it after watching the episode. Hope this helps everyone!

LorieB@4 wrote
on Oct 18, 2014 9:13 PM

where is the link to the patterns?

dpfreeman wrote
on Oct 19, 2014 3:59 PM

Laura would love to purchase your jacket pattern

kensmother wrote
on Oct 23, 2014 11:53 AM

Where can I find the pattern for the cowl that Tannis is wearing in this episode of Tools of the Trade?  Love the lace look and the green is spectacular!  

clearlake wrote
on Oct 25, 2014 5:01 PM

Pattern request for sweater Laura Bryant is wearing

OMGLKnits wrote
on Oct 28, 2014 4:27 PM

What am I doing wrong?  I am not finding any links to patterns!  I'd especially like the pattern for Laura Bryant's jacket / sweater.  

marleyjean wrote
on Nov 7, 2014 5:58 PM

Apparently you have to purchase the slippy cowl pattern for $5 here: modeknit.com/.../slippy-cowl-kit

dcharada wrote
on Nov 14, 2014 12:59 PM

Why has it become so difficult to find the pattern links on this website????

on Nov 16, 2014 3:43 PM

Where can I find the pattern for the bramble stitch scarf on this episode? And, why isn't there a link to it on this website. I believe the TV show said there would be a link. Thanks.

Kristi JoK wrote
on Nov 24, 2014 2:53 PM

I am trying to find the links to the patterns that were shown in this episode.  No links and no information where to find the patterns, slippy cowl, Laura's jacket or the bramble scarf....very  very frustrating.  Have wasted half hour searching....

kziedman wrote
on Dec 3, 2014 9:44 AM

I am very disappointed in this website. On the show it says patterns will be available, yet there is no way to find the Sonata sweater by Laura Bryant except in her book.

MarleneF@5 wrote
on Dec 7, 2014 2:29 PM

The Sonanta Sweater pattern is supposed to be available on the website according to what Vicki said on the show - where is it????? Disappointing yet again, and again.  I wonder if anyone at knitting daily TV is reading these comments.

Ilene1504 wrote
on Dec 13, 2014 1:34 PM

The patterns are not on pinterest and even if they were I cannot use it with my Exp. 9 so I can't save them to my computer.  The only pattern I found was the Bramble stitch (be sure to log in first).  You need to get on the ball about showing patterns that you can share for free.  I will be buying Laura Bryants book to get the pattern for her jacket because I want to learn more about how to use color in my knitting.  Really, when you start the season you should have all the patterns available.  Oh, Ravelry does not have the slip stitch pattern...I can't find it anywhere and believe me I can find just about anything on this computer.

Ilene1504 wrote
on Dec 13, 2014 1:34 PM

The patterns are not on pinterest and even if they were I cannot use it with my Exp. 9 so I can't save them to my computer.  The only pattern I found was the Bramble stitch (be sure to log in first).  You need to get on the ball about showing patterns that you can share for free.  I will be buying Laura Bryants book to get the pattern for her jacket because I want to learn more about how to use color in my knitting.  Really, when you start the season you should have all the patterns available.  Oh, Ravelry does not have the slip stitch pattern...I can't find it anywhere and believe me I can find just about anything on this computer.

Ilene1504 wrote
on Dec 13, 2014 5:34 PM

Alright, I have bought a book by Annie Modesitt (sold thru Amason, it is self-published) so I hope it is the correct book that has the slip stitch cowl pattern in it.   I can't find anything on Nicholas James White,  I guess those are one-of-a-kind outfits that he makes so we can forget about his stuff...altho I did see a jacket I may try to duplicate, it was in stockenette stitch.  As I said I orded Laura Bryants book, I think I got the right on.  The Bramble Knit Scarf is free, on this site, but you do have to sign in to get the pattern...looks easy too.  If I can't get the patterns that some of the guests are talking about than you might at least tell us which one of their books we need to purchase in order to get the right one.  This craft show has turned into a talk show.  Thank you for introducing us to these talented people.

LeslieDiane wrote
on Dec 14, 2014 12:04 PM

It is always diffucult and time consuming to find particular patterns from tv episodes.  Frustrating.

LeslieDiane wrote
on Dec 19, 2014 8:47 PM

Very frustrating to look for patterns that were on a particular TV episode!!  It is always announced that the patterns are available on the Website.  If I remember the episode but not the specific pattern it is impossible to find the pattern.  Love the show but this is very, very upsetting time after time.  Please provide a link to the patterns with the episodes.

Ilene1504 wrote
on Dec 21, 2014 4:03 PM

I found a pattern for the Jelly Bean Cowl on the MarleyBird blog, it is crocheted not knitted.  I got Laura's book and it has the pattern for the Sonata Jacket in it.  If you will look up "Linen Stitch" on YouTube you will find a lot of info, also like up the same thing on the web using images and you will be able to see what you are looking for.  I never found the other cowl with the slippy stitch, but I found one crochet pattern that looks like it.  I believe I love to crochet more than knit and so I will be attempting to convert all knitting patterns into crochet.

pc1968 wrote
on Dec 22, 2014 8:54 PM

I agree with most of the posters.  There is something wrong with a show that both makes a statement  and has a web address on screen saying that the pattern will be available on the web site but that statement is  not true.  I have NEVER been able to find patterns that should be available on this website.  Why is this site so difficult to use?

mbrock wrote
on Jan 7, 2015 12:15 PM

I to tried to find the link to patterns that episode mentioned were on the web, specifically scramble stitch scarf. To my surprise I finally ended up at a link where I could buy for $40 DVD of all series episodes. The comments made during the show are very misleading, I heard - we would find a link on the web that would help with learning the stitch - NOT to pay $40 for something I have already watched and needed clarification on what was presented. Not first time I've had this be the end of my journey to find assistance in something presented on an episode. Also, I too find the virtual segment a waste of time better spent on showing how to work techniques being shown. Bottom line this is most probably be my last time I'll watch this series. Too bad the concept is great but falls short on useful content and follow through with implied assistance. Truely disappointed!!

galeanda wrote
on Jan 17, 2015 8:09 AM

WHERE are the patterns that Vicki said would be HERE? It is nearly impossible to find anything on this website. Here it says to check out Pinterest and if I look there it sends me right back here :-( Makes no sense. I can't deal with this anymore. Why tease myself by watching the show and then can't do anything about what I am seeing with more info online? I quit until you deal fairly with us.

Jann quilts wrote
on Jan 18, 2015 10:17 PM

I thought the pattern, sonata jacket pattern, ep 1312, was supposed to be available on your website.  Usually the patterns offered by your program are offered free of charge.  Unable to find it.  Is it going to be available?

Jannquilts1@gmail.com

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