Episode 1312 – In Living Color!

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

Download the pattern for Annie Modesitt’s Slippy Cowl.

Sponsored by ModeKnit Yarn.


Space to Space:

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



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.


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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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2 thoughts on “Episode 1312 – In Living Color!

  1. Episode 1312: in living color: During the Laura Bryant section, a box appeared on the show indicating that one could go to knittingdailytv.com to download the pattern for the Sonata jacket. I tried to find it, but it does not appear to be there.
    Jean Rhubin