Faux Fur Designs, Accessorize Me! From Knitting Daily TV Episode 906

Accessorize Me!
Shay Pendray, Laura Bryant, and Barry Klein bring fun accessory projects to this episode that are made of faux fur! That's right, no animals were harmed in the process of making these fun, soft, luxurious designs. Download the Foxy Lush Cowl, the design that Laura is wearing in this episode, and try your hand at knitting with this great "furry" yarn.
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15 thoughts on “Faux Fur Designs, Accessorize Me! From Knitting Daily TV Episode 906

  1. I would like to know what they said?  I am deaf and love to make project anything knitting and crochet. No one tell me about explain me. Interpter is not here. What about capital closing let me read? My name is Debbie and my e-mail is elaine2avon@ yahoo.com any option?  Thank you 

  2. The beautiful Beige faux fur jacket pattern is available in the December 2011 issue of Knit ‘n Style magazine, along with the cowl and hat.  Beautiful, but VERY expensive. 

  3. This is stunning!  Where can I get the yarn and is it possible to get the pattern for the garment on the far right of the picture – the one whch was made with wool and faux yarn.  In fact, if you are aware of suppiers in South Africa that would be even better!