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Knitting Daily Workshop Classic to Creative Knit Cables with Kathy Zimmerman

An introduction to the rich variety of cable knitting with Cable Queen Kathy Zimmerman.

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Cables are one of the most popular knitting techniques because they create the most wonderful surface interest and scale to any knitted fabric, whether they are classic textured ropes, romantic twists, or rugged braids. Become a cable knitting master with Classic to Creative Knit Cables.

This DVD includes:

  • An introduction to the rich variety of cable designs, types of cable needles, and how to read a interpret a stitch chart.
  • Step-by-step cabling techniques used in Zimmerman's "Deep Creek Scarf" and "Princess Cable Sweater" patterns--two updated classics with timeless stitches and included as free downloads in companion with this video.
  • Special how-to chapter on avoiding cable-knitting errors and how to fix problems such as incorrectly crossed cables or cables with gaps on the sides.
'Kathy Zimmerman makes an excellent teacher. If you haven’t tackled cables yet, this is a great introduction.'--Classic to Creative Knit Cables 

'By watching and studying cables with this DVD, you can learn just about everything there is to know about cable knitting.'--Knitting News

SKU: 09KN19

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kathy Zimmerman

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596682290

Customer Reviews

excellent Review by Jean

Kathy has taken away any intimidation I had about cables. Easy to follow instructions.

(Posted on 5/9/14)

excellent! Review by Debbie

Fairly comprehensive guide to cables. Not too basic, nor too complicated. Very informative.

(Posted on 1/4/14)

Very good, helpful, complete video. I enjoyed it a great deal. Review by Anne C.

Kathy Zimmerman is an excellent teacher. I was able to follow each step and produce something of which I was proud. The best thing about her video was that I could go back over areas I didn't understand at first and replay them until I did (I'm a little dense sometimes!) Thank you, Kathy, I can now knit cables!!!

(Posted on 12/23/13)