Episode 206: A is for Asymmetry

There’s nothing wrong with being a bit off-center! Take a look at asymmetrical elements in yarns, as well as patterns, and how asymmetry can make a project strikingly attractive.
Sponsored by: Ashford Handicrafts, Tahki Stacy Charles, and the Spinning and Weaving Association (SWA)

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Getting Started: Liz shows off some asymmetrical handspun yarns that feature unusual elements and are made from non-traditional spinning techniques.
Sponsored by Ashford Handicrafts
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Designer Spotlight: Travel on location to meet Teva Durham, a designer known for her inventive use of asymmetrical designs, as she takes about her theories for designing unique and fashionable knitwear.
Sponsored by Tahki Stacy Charles

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How-To: Liz demonstrates how to weave a handbag with an asymmetrical design, from the loom to the finishing touches.
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You Asked It: Knitting Daily stages a fashion show as we answer a viewer’s question about choosing knitwear patterns that are the most flattering for different body types.
Sponsored by Tahki Stacy Charles

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