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This week we break out our circular needles and knit a hat in 2 colours with a simple Norwegian pattern and talk about knitting colour work, skiing and our latest projects.
ARNE & CARLOS
ARNE & CARLOS talk about knitting with 2 colours as they knit a hat from beginning to end.
Hi and welcome to our channel!
Who are we:
Scandinavians Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison are highly regarded designers, textile artists and authors. They are best known for their craft books and their original, colourful and visually striking designs. Their work is highly influenced by their Scandinavian background and their everyday life in rural Norway. They work under their artist name ARNE & CARLOS, which they established in 2002.
We publish a weekly, new tutorial every Sunday on both our YouTube channel and our Facebook page. We hope you enjoy it!
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The Knit Show with Vickie Howell – THE KNIT SHOW: The Color Episode
This episode of The Knit Show with Vickie Howell is our ode to color — intermediate stitch techniques, a look at different types of dyed fibers, and a project that shows off beautifully water-colored yarn!
First up, we meet this week’s Knit Hive and talk about the difference between marled, splatter, and gradient yarns.
Next we’re in the studio with the Taiu Landra, owner of Kiogu a yarn company known for its color techniques. Taiu shows us 3 of her most popular yarns, shares how different elements can affect the end result of her dye design, and teaches how to make a triangle shawl, from the top-center-out, while playing with the watercolor effect of combining several colorways of Koigu’s Othello yarn.
After long periods of time, knitting and crochet can be hard on our bodies. We leave the studio for a break with Personal Trainer, Britny Fowler who shows us a few exercises to keep our cores strong so less stress is put on our backs during power sessions of sitting and stitching!
Later we’re back in the studio with Designer, Andrea Mowry. Andrea is know for her use of color, whether it be for her hugely popular Your So Faded series of designs or her stunning use of bi-color brioche stitch. The latter is the focus of her time with us and she demonstrates, through a series of swatches, how to work the stitch pattern in (in both English and Continental methods) and fix those dreaded mistakes!
We end the episode with a Vic’s Tip showcasing the Bargello Stitch pattern (from Vogue’s Stitchionary: Volume Three), a great, up-the-ante color alternative to plain ol’ stripes! (Brought to you by Knitter’s Pride/KnitPro)
**This episode has been accurately closed captioned for our hearing impaired viewers**
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Two-end (Twined) Knitting & The Shepherdess – Ep. 47 – Fruity Knitting
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Full Program Notes: http://fruityknitting.com/2018/02/13/twined-two-end-knitting-shepherdess/
Episode 47 of Fruity Knitting starts in Sweden, with our first interview guest, Karin Kahnlund, who is an expert in the old Swedish style of knitting called two-end or twined knitting. Karin has done extensive research into this technique, has collected original garments and also reproduces historical garments to help preserve the tradition. Karin shows us some of her collection, demonstrates the technique and also tells us some fascinating stories in this fascinating interview.
We stay in Sweden for New Releases, where the lovely Pia Kammeborn introduces us to Roses are Red, her latest mitten design. From Sweden we go to the UK to meet Alison O’Neill, a traditional hill farm Shepherdess, who creates beautiful tweed from the fleece of her own flock of sheep. You’ll get an update on our own projects – finished and in progress, and there’s news on KALs finishing and KALs beginning. Enjoy!
Episode 1/2018 Balance and exciting knitting stories
Episode 1 2018/Avsnitt 1 2018 Kammebornia podcast
Welcome back to the Kammebornia podcast!
This is a podcast about life in general and knitting in particular. We broadcast from Gotland, Sweden and talk mostly Swedish but you can find English subtitles in the settings below!
In this episode we are talking about interesting knitting stories and we show you Pia’s new pattern of the Roses are red, Violets are blue mittens.
We are so happy that you are supporting us to go to Edinburgh. Thank you ever so much! There is still time for the fundraising if you want to. Link is here:
Stort tack till våra fantastiska annonsorer! /Thank you to our amazing sponsors!
Music: Staring at cows https://play.spotify.com/artist/3jm9M…
Knitting Expat Vlogs – Unravel 2018
Welcome to the Knitting Expat Podcast … this is a special Vlog Video about my day out at Unravel.
You can find the Knitting Expat Ravelry Group at http://www.ravelry.com/groups/knitting-expat-podcast
You can find the shownotes for the podcast at www.knittingexpat.wordpress.com
You can also find me on instagram as knittingexpat – https://instagram.com/knittingexpat/
You can find Knitting Expat news on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/knittingexpat
You can find my original designs on Ravelry as Mina Philipp – http://www.ravelry.com/designers/knitting-expat-designs
As well as on ravelry as MinaPhilipp – http://www.ravelry.com/people/minaphilipp
Our Adventures in the Middle East (Life Blog) – http://www.perryandmina.wordpress.com/
Please leave me a comment if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for the podcast … I’m new to this so would appreciate any advice or ideas you may have to share.
Thanks for taking the time and stopping by … I hope you enjoy …
Happy Knitting 🙂