How To with KT Baldassaro, Knitting Daily TV Episode 610
Expect to be surprised on this episode of Knitting Daily TV. Host Eunny Jang and experts Kristin Omdahl and Shay Pendray take a look at whimsical knits–from adding fringe and tassels to a reversible hat and creative flowers, everything seen on this episode has a touch of charm and are fun to knit.
Eunny is on location with designer KT Baldassaro to talk about novelty yarns. KT demonstrates a great way to use these yarns, and a great way to use up your stash leftovers, with a cute knitted flower pin. With just small bits of fibers you can knit up these brooches that can be added to almost anything–sweaters, handbags, hair pieces, and more. They're even great additions to store-bought garments. Download your free pattern for the Scrap Buster Knitted Flower Pin seen in this episode.
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