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Amstel Hat, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 907

Jul 9, 2012
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Accessorize Me!
Eunny meets up with Kristin Omdahl on this episode's Accessorize Me! segment to demonstrate the invisible cast-on for the Amstel hat, a cute beret that is knit from the top down. Download your Amstel hat pattern and knit along with Kristin and Eunny.
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EveHop57 wrote
on Oct 18, 2012 4:37 PM

I have piddled and played with knitting for the past 35 years and could never seem to get the hang of it. After watching Eunny on the Knitting Daily program Ionce again have tried to go down the knitting road. I must say this time it seems to be taking. I have knitted 3 scarves and have given them all away to enthusastic receivers! I've croched all my life and it seemed I had a problem with the way I held the thread in knitting. Eunny holds her thread the same way I hold mine when crocheting which helped me with my tension and now I am knitting and am able to hold my thread the way I am used to. Of course, I hit some road blocks along the way. When I saw the show that introduced the Amstel Hat with 5 dpn I thought, "Can I tackle that?" So, I did. Through 4 rip outs the 5th was the charm for me and I am on the 1st part of the body (where the chevron is visible) and I am really think that I will be able to complete this project too. I am so excited and happy that your program is on PBS. Thank you for your tips and I look forward to doing great things even at my ripe old age of 55! Thank you, thank you, and thank you. I do appreciate the content of your show. May I just add, if I can do it anyone can.