Tutorials

Chestnut Hill Shawl

In this tutorial I run through the techniques used in the Chestnut Hill Shawl, designed by Vanessa Ewing. Links below to get your kit to follow along. You can find the kits the Chestnut Hill Shawl kits here. You can get a look at all of the Kraemer Perfection Sport yarn here. The pattern on […]

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Round Toe/Gusset Heel Flap Heel

The first video of the Pick a Toe, Pick a Heel Sock Series! Sizes: Women and Men, average widths, any shoe size Needles: Size 2.5mm or 2.75mm (see note below) Yarn: 100 grams of fingering weight yarn (also called sock yarn or 4ply yarn) Additional Materials: tapestry needle for weaving ends, three ring stitch markers, […]

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Flip Top Mitts

In this video, I run through the techniques used in these flip top mitts, designed by Vanessa Ewing. In the intro of the video I say that the sizes are all for adults, that was a mistake! The smallest size is for toddlers! You can see the kits; which include the pattern, yarn, and buttons […]

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Poochie Keen Dog Sweater

This week we have a much anticipated tutorial for the Poochie Keen Dog Sweater by Beth Aidala, from Kraemer Yarns. There are five sizes available in the pattern – Chest 11 (14, 18, 27, 33)”. The yarn kit (includes pattern) can be found here. The pattern on its own is here. The yarn used (if […]

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Celtic Cable Scarf

In this tutorial we talk about working the stitches in the Celtic Cable Scarf, pattern by Vanessa Lewis. This pattern includes both charted and written instructions, and uses size US 6 (4mm) needles. The pattern calls for 16″ circulars, but you can use longer circulars or straight needles. You can see the kit (pattern and […]

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Undulating Lines Pullover

In this tutorial we talk about the construction and stitches in the Undulating Lines Pullover pattern by Stella Egidi. To get your yarn kit (includes pattern!), visit the Mountain Meadow Wool website. This sweater has six sizes, 36 (40, 44 3/4, 48, 52 3/4, 55 1/4) inches, and uses Mountain Meadow Wool Alpine yarn. It […]

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Mother Earth Wrap

A very wearable wrap that is great for new knitters, and excellent tv knitting for more experienced knitters. Information on the kit, pattern, and yarn – The Mother Earth Wrap Kits on the Kraemer Yarns website The Mother Earth Wrap Pattern (on its own) Perfection DK yarn (all the colors) You can add this pattern […]

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Twilight Mittens

Many thanks to Mountain Meadow Wool for being so kind and patient with us during quarantine, as we shoot videos from the Shutdown Studio! The kit from Mountain Meadow Wool comes with two colors of yarn, your needles, and the pattern. Visit their website to see the kits. You can get this pattern on its […]

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Socks on Flexible Double-Points (aka FlexiFlips)

New needles, new sock pattern! In this pattern and video tutorial, we run through the techniques used in toe-up socks using flexible double-pointed needles. These socks are sized for women and men, any shoe size, average foot width. Sizes: Women and Men, average widths, any shoe size Needles: Size 2.5mm or 2.75mm flexible double points. […]

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Lost in a Dream Hooded Cape

In this tutorial, I run through all of the techniques used in the Lost in a Dream Hooded Cape, designed by Vanessa Ewing. All of the info you need, including the video, is listed below. Many thanks to Kraemer Yarns for sponsoring this video! The pattern is available here on the Kraemer website. It is […]

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