Preview Knitting Daily TV Episode 809, Carry-All
On this episode of KDTV, host Eunny Jang and experts Shay Pendray and Kristin Omdahl explore purses, bags, totes, and more–the carry-all.
On this episode's How To segment, Beth Gantz joins Shay to show some great needlework trends that you can add to any tote for a fun embellishment.
Then, on Crochet Corner, Eunny and Kristin join up to show a great crocheted bag handle made out of nylon thread that will stand up to great use and add a finishing touch to either a knitted or crocheted bag.
Finally, on Quick Tip Eunny wraps up the show with a mitered square tip that's great for the corners of your knitted bag.
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