meg wearing gray and black phoenix sweater

Meg Swansen demonstrates Emily Ocker's Cast On, a method to begin a circular shawl and a video, the Pi Parade, of knitting campers who made Elizabeth Zimmermann's Pi Shawl last summer.

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Blog #16 Meg Swansen on Marking Stitches

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

marking stitches  Meg Swansen demonstrates marking stitches using coilless pins.

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Blog #15 Meg Swansen on Knitting for Dolls

Monday, December 18, 2017

girl with doll Meg Swansen shares a Christmas story about Elizabeth Zimmermann and knitting for dolls.

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tam in grey and green pattern to show jogless knittingMeg Swansen discusses and demonstrates how to avoid the pattern jog in color knitting.

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pink unspun icelandic bunMeg demonstrates knitting with Unspun Icelandic wool & breaking a bun into wheels.

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gray cables image Meg Swansen teaches you how to cable without a needle and discusses cables.

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Blog #11 Meg Swansen on I-Cord

Thursday, May 18, 2017

i-cord technique imageMeg Swansen shows the basic I-Cord method and talks about her I-Cord gloves, with Bill!

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picture of fair isle in browns and blues Meg Swansen shows examples of steeks and instructs on securing and cutting them.

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picture of sequence knitting book cover, white and beigeMeg Swansen discusses on video knitting books by American authors, with peeks inside the books.

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Blog #8 Meg Swansen on Solstice Reading

Thursday, December 8, 2016

selbuvotter book with black and white patterned mittens on coverMeg on books from Scandinavia & Europe with in-depth video discussion and inside peeks into the books.

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