Tencel Yarn Designs from Knitting Daily TV Episode 1007

Jan 16, 2013
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Accessorize Me!
Favorite guests Laura Bryant and Barry Klein are back on episode 1007 of Knitting Daily TV to explain the characteristics of tencel yarn. Plus, they show off what this yarn can do with it's great drape and luster. Knit your own Maidenhair Lace Wrap as seen on this episode, available as a free download. This easy lace pattern shines in tencel yarn.
Sponsored by Trendsetter Yarns and Prism Arts, Inc.

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ABOUT THE SHOW: Knitting Daily TV is an exciting needle crafts how-to program on public television covering everything from knitting and crochet to stitching, felting, and spinning. The show guides viewers in learning to make fun yet smart one-of-a-kind designs 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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on Jul 2, 2013 10:25 AM

I love the sweater hanging on the maniquin.  Is there a pattern for it?

ksos wrote
on Jun 23, 2013 6:04 PM

Love the yellow sweater Eunny is wearing at the beginning and end of the show. Is there a pattern for it?

ksos wrote
on Jun 23, 2013 6:03 PM

Love the sweater Eunny is wearing. Is there a pattern for it?

pls1948 wrote
on May 19, 2013 10:59 AM

I love the sweater that Laura is wearing. Is there a pattern for it?


yarnfolk wrote
on Mar 23, 2013 7:15 PM

I am making Maidenhair and have a question.  On transition row 3 after beginning border, it says " K2tog, yo, k2tog across, k1."

Does this mean you k2tog, yo, k2tog across the row?  This does not make sense.   If you read it as k2tog and then yo and k2tog across the row, this leaves you 72 stitches at the end of that row.  Then adding 1 stitch on row 5 to make 74 stitches does not make sense.

How do you read row 3 and 5 in the first transition rows?

Thank you for your help.