Episode 204: Get Geometric

See how geometric designs give gorgeous results! Any given shape can add character to a knit, whether in the pattern of a sweater, the motif of an afghan, or the structure of an accessory.
Sponsored by: Signature Needles, Berroco, Tahki Stacy Charles, WEBS, and TNNA.

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Getting Started: Cathryn Bothe from Signature Needles visits with Kim and introduces the essentials for swatching and getting gauge by changing your needle size.
Sponsored by: Signature Needles

Designer Spotlight: Knitwear designer Norah Gaughan talks about how she’s inspired by geometric shapes in nature and demonstrates how to knit her dodecahedron star knitted toy.
Sponsored by Berroco

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How-To: Eunny presents a simple V-Neck Pullover that uses a triangles for an understated style element.
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You Asked It: Kathy Elkins from Webs, America’s Yarn Store, tackles the topic of joining afghan squares and other crochet motifs as you go.
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Shay Pendray’s Inish sweater is from Cheryl Oberle’s book Knitted Jackets (Interweave, 2008)

Spotlight: Liz visits with teenagers involved in the Helping Hands Foundation, a foundation dedicated to continuing the needle arts in new generations, about their experiences learning to stitch from their family members.
Sponsored by TNNA


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