Randomizing Pattern Stitches and Knitting the North Star Hat with Laura Bryant, from Episode 1112

Sep 24, 2013
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Favorite guest Laura Bryant is back with unique and fun ways to add interest to your knitting. She demonstrates randomizing pattern stitches using handdyed yarns from Prism Art Yarns. Download the North Star Hat pattern seen here.

 

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on Apr 7, 2014 11:03 AM

Hi Just watched your episode 1112 with Laura Bryant "randomising pattern stitches and knitting the Northstar Hat "-  She was showing some samples of two colour patterns and she showed a swatch she had done in milticolour and aqua + used a stitch called the '2 Tone Lattice stitch' and also another sample in multicolour & black wool called the 'Swedish Weave Stitch' in 2 colours -: can you pls tell me where I can get the video tutorial or written pattern for those 2 stitch patterns as I've looked through your site and can't find them not even on yr YouTube site -interweave Crafts... I only need the instructions for the two stitch patterns -: not a garment .I would appreciate if you could guide me as I would love to knit those thank you.

on Apr 7, 2014 11:03 AM

Hi Just watched your episode 1112 with Laura Bryant "randomising pattern stitches and knitting the Northstar Hat "-  She was showing some samples of two colour patterns and she showed a swatch she had done in milticolour and aqua + used a stitch called the '2 Tone Lattice stitch' and also another sample in multicolour & black wool called the 'Swedish Weave Stitch' in 2 colours -: can you pls tell me where I can get the video tutorial or written pattern for those 2 stitch patterns as I've looked through your site and can't find them not even on yr YouTube site -interweave Crafts... I only need the instructions for the two stitch patterns -: not a garment .I would appreciate if you could guide me as I would love to knit those thank you.

on Apr 7, 2014 11:03 AM

Hi Just watched your episode 1112 with Laura Bryant "randomising pattern stitches and knitting the Northstar Hat "-  She was showing some samples of two colour patterns and she showed a swatch she had done in milticolour and aqua + used a stitch called the '2 Tone Lattice stitch' and also another sample in multicolour & black wool called the 'Swedish Weave Stitch' in 2 colours -: can you pls tell me where I can get the video tutorial or written pattern for those 2 stitch patterns as I've looked through your site and can't find them not even on yr YouTube site -interweave Crafts... I only need the instructions for the two stitch patterns -: not a garment .I would appreciate if you could guide me as I would love to knit those thank you.

on Apr 7, 2014 11:03 AM

Hi Just watched your episode 1112 with Laura Bryant "randomising pattern stitches and knitting the Northstar Hat "-  She was showing some samples of two colour patterns and she showed a swatch she had done in milticolour and aqua + used a stitch called the '2 Tone Lattice stitch' and also another sample in multicolour & black wool called the 'Swedish Weave Stitch' in 2 colours -: can you pls tell me where I can get the video tutorial or written pattern for those 2 stitch patterns as I've looked through your site and can't find them not even on yr YouTube site -interweave Crafts... I only need the instructions for the two stitch patterns -: not a garment .I would appreciate if you could guide me as I would love to knit those thank you.