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Fit is the most important quality in making wearable handknits. This episode of Knitting Daily TV explores ways to improve fit by taking good measurements. Eunny also has unique ways to ensure garments still fit even after some big knitting mistakes.
Getting Started: First on episode 703, Eunny offers tips for fixing knitting when you've made a piece either too long or too short. These easy methods can be the difference between your handknit being worn and put in a drawer.
How-To: On episode 703's How To segment, favorite guest stars Laura Bryant and Barry Klein are back for another season. They join Shay to share their expert advice on taking basic body measurements and figuring out ease before you even pick up your yarn and needles. You can download their free fit chart, from their book The New Knitter's Template, a must-have guidebook that is back by popular demand. This book allows you to customize designs for fit, style, and even add in some of your own creative details. Crochet-Along: Editor of Interweave Crochet magazine Marcy Smith is back with crochet expert Kristin Omdahl for another installment of the Chain Reaction Afghan Project Crochet-Along. On this segment they dive into the afghan's motif squares and explore ways to make the circular motifs into square shapes for the afghan. Quick Tip: Last on episode 703, Eunny is back with advice on fixing your knitting to ensure fit. When all else fails: cut and sew!
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