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Knitting Daily Workshop: Knitting from the Top Down with Wendy Bernard (Video Download)

Learn to knit garments from the top down with Wendy Bernard, now as a download!
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Well-known knitwear designer Wendy Bernard shows you how to knit your sweaters from the top down!

In this workshop video, knitter extraordinaire Wendy Bernard shares her expertise for knitting top-down sweaters. Knit along with her as she demonstrates a top-down raglan pullover and a set-in sleeve cardigan pattern. With the tips and techniques you'll learn from this step-by-step approach, you'll become an expert on knitting from the top down.
 
With Knitting from the Top Down with Wendy Bernard, you'll learn:
--How to shape necklines, armholes, sleeves, and the bodies of knitted sweaters while knitting from the top down, a method that allows you to try on sweaters while you're knitting them.
--How to customize the fit of any top-down sweater.
--How to place provisional stitches onto live needles.
--How to join sweater sections easily with little or no seaming.
--And much, much more!
 
Plus! With the purchase of this download, you'll receive access to two sweater patterns seen on this video--Wendy's Riverstone Boatneck pullover and Cerulean Cardigan. Enjoy the benefits of knitting from the top down and invite Wendy Bernard into your fiber studio!
 

SKU: EP2534

Author/Speaker/Editor: Wendy Bernard

Format: Standard Definition Video

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About the Author
Wendy Bernard is a knitwear designer and author of the book Custom Knits (Stewart, Tabori, & Chang, 2008). Her designs have appeared in Interweave Knits, knitscene, as well as featured online at knitty.com. Her blog Knit and Tonic chronicles her life and knitting adventures. She lives in Thousand Oaks, California.

SKU: EP2534

Author/Speaker/Editor: Wendy Bernard

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

disappointed Review by Heidy
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it is not what I expected because I thought it was a step by step and not a simple explanation of a pattern.

(Posted on 8/19/2014)

(Posted on 8/19/2014)

very ineresting Review by Anna Monica
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There are a lot of beautiful patterns to do during all winter

(Posted on 1/20/2014)

(Posted on 1/20/2014)

Knitting from the Top Down with Wendy Bernard Review by Sylvie Bedard

I really enjoyed this workshop. The explanations were clear and after ending the workshop, I started to knit Ingenue and completed the project with no problems. I would recommend this workshop to anyone who has never tried knitting top down before.

(Posted on 11/11/2011)

(Posted on 11/11/2011)

Disappointing but still a good video with great patterns included Review by Rebecca Blakeney

I give this video 3.5 stars out of 5 (half a star wasn't an option for the rating icon).

(Posted on 7/10/2011)

(Posted on 7/10/2011)

A very good video for garment beginners Review by Frances Langum

If you have never knit a garment before (top down or not), this is a very good video. Wendy is a terrific designer. I found as an advanced knitter that I didn't really learn much from her video.

(Posted on 5/10/2011)

(Posted on 5/10/2011)

Easy to watch and learn - very enjoyable Review by Melissa Stanton

I bought this downloadable DVD yesterday on the sale - and started watching it immediately. For me, as it is an on-sale item, it is excellent value for money. I thoroughly enjoyed the straight forward gentle approach Wendy Bernard has. I always watch things with the "I have something to learn" approach and although I'm no stranger to top-down, there were many little things that just make "top-down" work more quickly or smoother or gave me some new insight or a other tool to my basket. There are some many more questions I'd like to ask Wendy, and I'm hoping she'll do another dvd on more tips and tricks to do with less seams and all in one constructions, and also how to avoid problems. Very enjoyable.

(Posted on 4/19/2011)

(Posted on 4/19/2011)