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  1. Saddle Sleeve Jacket/Cardigan DVD
    $25.00

       Knit this wonderful jacket in an elegant plain version, or utilize striking Bavarian Twisted stitch motifs. The bonus Twisted stitch hat offers an opportunity to practice, if you are new to the technique. Meg is there to guide you through all the necessary steps, whether you are a beginner or an experienced knitter. Filmed in the beautiful Smokey Mountains. Includes full written instructions in the insert. 1 hr 30 mins. DVD..

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  2. Shawl Collared Vest DVD
    $20.00

      A comfortable, attractive, versatile vest, suitable for men or women, which is great over a blouse, shirt or turtleneck. It can also provide an extra layer over a sweatshirt or jacket. Knitted completely in the round and then cut open. Join master knitter Meg Swansen and learn: casting on, twisted rib, backward loop increase, L and R cable (with and without a cable needle), cable trick, steeks, EZ's Phoney Seams and I-Cord Tab buttonholes, V-Neck shaping, Finishing a Cut Edge, and more. 60 minutes. DVD.

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  3. Russian Prime DVD
    $20.00

       This striking all-over pattern is one of Meg's most popular designs, and is enhanced by her impressive innovation of motif continuity from cuff to cuff. Meg guides you through the knitting of this circularly-constructed garment, demonstrating: Long Tail cast on, working side panels, increasing in a pattern, steeks at armholes and neck, knitting up in pattern, I-cord shoulder seams, top of sleeve decreasing, corrugated rib, 'Casting-on Casting-off', and EZ's Applied I-cord. Includes bonus material on centering a color-pattern and two-color knitting. 60 min. DVD.

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  4. Dubbelmossa DVD
    $20.00

       This versatile Swedish hat can be worn in a variety of ways and provides an excellent opportunity to practice circular color-pattern knitting. Traditionally, it is folded in upon itself to form four thicknesses over the ears. The lightweight Unspun Icelandic tubular scarf offers a choice of end-treatments: a giant sock-toe or an I-Cord fringe. The scart is a great beginner project and the hat offers unlimited potential for stunning patterns.
       Meg demonstrates: Provisional cast on (2 methods), charting, Jogless jogs, top decreasing, tassle formation, Sock-Toe ending, splicing wool, weaving, and I-Cord fringe. Approximately 60 minutes. DVD.

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  5. Fair Isle Vest DVD
    $25.00

       Meg is a master of Fair Isle techniques. Here she works a beautiful vest in muted Shetland tones (Heather, Natural Black, Honey, Oatmeal, Moorit, and Ghillie Green) while demonstrating corrugated rib, armhole steeks, V-neck shaping, shoulder weaving, borders, blocking and more. Includes a two-color knitting demo. Filmed on gorgeous Washington Island. 90 minutes. DVD.

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  6. Knitting Lace DVD
    $28.00

       Knit three lovely shawls along with Meg: The Mananita, a lace poncho, knitted in the round from center to crocheted edging; a long graceful reversible Stole with perpendicular border (originally featured in Vogue Knitting); and a small Neck-Scarf version of a traditional Faroese Shawl. A wonderful step by step introduction to lace. 2 hrs. DVD..

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  7. Mimbres Vest DVD
    $20.00

      Go on a knitting vacation with Meg - featuring her beautiful all-over patterned Mimbres vest. Based on motifs from Native American pottery, it is worked on circular needles from the lower edge to wanted length to underarm, where a pair of steeks are established. Continue to the base of the scooped neck, insert another steek, then onward to wanted shoulder height. Shoulders are united and the steeks are machine-stitched and cut. I- Cord borders are knitted directly onto the edges of the armholes and all around the periphery of the vest.
       Meg guides you through all techniques, including: Long Tail casting on, following the chart, trapping the carried color, steeks (machine stitching and cutting), 3-needle I-Cord cast off, EZ's Applied I-Cord, neatening the cut edges and blocking. Filmed on location in New Mexico and Arizona. 60 minutes. DVD.

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  8. Round the Bend Jacket/Puzzle Pillow Blanket DVD
    $25.00

       These two projects feature the magic of Garter stitch squares - and Meg uses her 'sew-as-you-go' technique to uniite the sections as she knits. The beautiful jacket follows a twisting path from the cuff, up the sleeve, then turns 4 corners in the body - repeat for 2nd half, and you've built a jacket! The blanket also zigs and zags (never a boring row), and when completed folds up into its own attached pilllowcase. Meg gives full video instruction for both. 1 hr 20 mins. DVD.

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  9. Spiral Yoke DVD
    $20.00

       This circular seamless pullover, based on Elizabeth Zimmermann's Percentage System (EPS), is elegant in appearance and a pleasure to knit. You may choose either a Travelling stitch motif used in the adult version, or a two-color yoke shown in the child's model.
       Along with the garment construction, you will see: two kinds of cast on, EZ's Phoney seams, hems, short rows & wrapping, knitting back backwards, mirror-image increases, Travelling stitch, weaving, and EZ's Sewn casting off. 60 minutes. DVD.

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  10. Ribwarmer Streaming Video
    $20.00

    This design of Elizabeth Zimmermann's is as classic as her Baby Surprise Jacket. In the streaming video Meg Swansen shows numerous variations including a Child's Ribwarmer, Meg's Knee-Length Ribwarmer, and EZ's Butterfly Jacket (featured in Wool Gathering; pictured at left), from 1956 McCall's. The classic ribwarmer is a utilitarian and attractive garment (Meg wears hers almost daily in winter), the knee length version is a warm, long over-layer and the butterfly is sleek and graceful. Techniques shown include: Invisible cast on, increasing, short rows, garter-stitch weaving, after-thought pockets, EZ's applied Icord, 3-Needle I-Cord Cast Off, Reversible Phoney Seams, Sport-Jacket Vent. High-speed Wi-Fi is necessary for the best streaming quality. Learn More

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