Stranded Colorwork Styles Video Download

Discover your colorwork style with this video download of Daniela Nii's workshop about stranded colorwork vs. intarsia, steeking, and more.
SKU: EP11545

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Stranded Colorwork Styles

with Daniela Nii

Fair Isle and stranded colorwork sweaters are beautiful with their many colors and intricate designs, but how do you hold the yarn so your work doesn't pucker, look sloppy, or feel uneven?

The best way to determine what method will work best for you is to try different knitting styles. In this video workshop with expert Daniela Nii, you'll be guided through the difference between stranded colorwork and intarsia, applications for the technique, many different yarn management methods, a detailed tutorial on steeking, and a tailored way to cover raw steek edges with smooth knitting. With so many ways to accomplish the same stitches, you're sure to find a method that is easy and comfortable for you.

In Stranded Colorwork Styles, you will learn:  
  • Yarn management styles, including the popular combination of two-handed style
  • How to look at a knitted piece and determine whether it was knitted with stranded colorwork or intarsia
  • When to use stranded colorwork in your knitting
  • Daniela's quick and easy way to trap floats on the back of your work
  • How to accomplish sewn and crochet steeks, and cut your knitting with confidence!
  • A finished, beautifully tailored method of neatly covering your steeked edges
  • And more!

Find your style today with Daniela Nii's workshop!

Order Stranded Colorwork Styles today!

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