Episode 1307 – Boy Meets Girl

This episode of Telly Award-winning Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell is about masculine and feminine knits and techniques. Learn how to choose appropriate patterns, color palettes, and finishing techniques for your desired effect.

For all the products and patterns featured on this season of Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell, visit our Pinterest boards.


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How To:

In this segment, Host Vickie Howell discusses menswear with knitwear designer Josh Bennett. His tips and tricks will help you create a masculine garment from start to finish.


Space to Space:

Visit with Webs Yarn Store owners, husband and wife team Kathy and Steve Elkins as they talk about the knitting business and current trends in yarn.


How To:

Meet Girly Knits designer and winner of the Fiber Factor challenge, Lauren Riker, as she shares how to create a knitted bow.

Download the pattern for Lauren Riker’s Dressed Up in Love sweater.

Sponsored by Skacel.


Tools of the Trade:

Tanis Gray shows a collection of products that help us get in touch with our masculine and feminine sides.

Apple Creek Chunky Yarn from BagSmith 

Apple Creek Pelt Felt from BagSmith

Bento Knitting Bags from Fringe Supply Co.

Ring Row Counter from Crazy Monkey Creations

Mustache Buttons and Needle Gauge from Tangerine8 on Etsy


Loose Ends:

Vickie Howell wraps up this episode by explaining how a few changes to a pattern’s color palette and shaping can take a project in a more masculine or feminine direction. Sponsored by Yarnspirations.

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ABOUT THE SHOW: Knitting Daily TV with Vickie Howell is an exciting needle crafts how-to program on public television covering everything from knitting and crochet to stitching, and beyond. The show introduces viewers to designers, authors and teachers and guides in learning new techniques using the latest products in yarn and fiber. Download free patterns, meet trendsetting knit and crochet designers, and improve or learn new skills and techniques.

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