Getting Started, Knitting Increases with Eunny from Knitting Daily TV Episode 613

Apr 7, 2011
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Eunny begins episode 613 of Knitting Daily TV with some advanced tips for making increases in a knitted garment. For more tricks from Eunny and guests of Knitting Daily TV Series 600, download your free eBook of 22 Techniques for Knitters of All Levels.
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mauserati wrote
on Sep 7, 2011 3:32 PM

One of my local PBS stations just showed episode 613 and I'm loving Ms. Chang's lace insert henley.

Is there a pattern available? Was it published in Interweave Knits; if so, which edition?  I NEED IT!!!! XP

Idea: Maybe you could link episode previews on this site with any available patterns for what the hosts/guests are wearing???

In any case, thanks to all for one of the best crafting shows EVER. Jenna

PS. The increases featured in this segment are great.  I'd learnt of them when I was a beginner knitter and read EVERYTHING I could find, but never actually used them.  I've been practicing them while searching for the pullover pattern and they're definitely going to replace the British "M1" as my go-to increase: They're much easier on my pre-CTS wrists.