Mathew Gnagy Talks Knitting Off the Axis, From Knitting Daily TV Episode 710

Nov 17, 2011
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Knitwear designer and author of the new book Knitting Off the Axis (Interweave, Fall 2011) Mathew Gnagy joins Eunny to demonstrate his unique method of sideways knitting to create a nautical-inspired sweater incorporating a clever combination of textured stitches and design details. Mathew began his career using paper patterns, and his knowledge in this area are applied to knitting easily. For the yarn seen on this episode, visit WEBs' online yarn store.

Download your free pattern of the Bethany Sweater seen on this episode.

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drjazzygir wrote
on Nov 15, 2013 1:29 PM

Your show says you can get the patterns for the crochet squares on this show but I can't find them.

Where are they?/

 

Najla2 wrote
on Aug 2, 2013 10:06 AM
I love the sweater but I the buttons are seen before I see the wonderful design. Would love a similar design in a v-neck rather than a cardigan