In this episode of Knitting Daily TV we’re examining finishing techniques – those final steps at the end of the project that have a big effect on the final look.
Preview Episode 404:
Back to Basics:
Eunny starts with a seaming primer: from knit to knit, to invisible and much more. Download more tips and tricks for better knitting.
Join Eunny on location with Jennifer Edgar from Eucalan as she demonstrates garment washing for professional finish.
Kristin, our crochet expert, shows some alternatives for beginning your project with the basic chain. Download the Lacy Crochet Capelet pattern from Coats and Clark.
Eunny and Shay put seaming and grafting tips into practice with a cute cotton dress, from Knitscene Winter/Early Spring 2010. This should make your finishing go a lot smoother! To purchase the yarn seen in this episode, visit WEBS, America's Yarn Store.
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