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  1. Knitting Around Streaming Video
    $40.00

       The ever popular Knitting Around, companion media to Elizabeth's Knitting Around book, is now available as streaming video. Follow Elizabeth and her daughter, Meg, through 12 lessons including: The Moccasin Sock, Fair Isle Yoke Sweater, Knitted Dickeys (useful samplers for learning to knit short row Garter stitch corners, a technique applicable to larger garments), the original Knitted Moebius, The Bog Jacket, The Pie Are Square Shawl, A Norwegian Pullover, A Mittful of Mittens and An Aran Coat. Approx 6 hrs.
       Elizabeth's videos were produced in the early 1980s and digitized from their masters; production quality is relative to time period and high-speed Wi-Fi is necessary for the best streaming quality.

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  2. Baby Surprise Jacket DVD
    $25.00

       One of the most unique & ingenious of all of EZ’s designs, the BSJ was introduced in 1968, and has grown in popularity ever since. Meg Swansen guides the viewer step by step through the jacket construction, including: long tail cast on, double decreasing / increasing, adding colors, knitting up selvedges, baby buttonholes, casting off in purl, sewing a seam / darning in ends, and more.
       With bonus material of: a collar, a 'continuous line' throughout the jacket, matching bonnet, knitting small circumferences on 2 circular needles, provisional cast on, and I-cord techniques. 1 hr 20 mins. DVD.
       Some reactions from knitters:
    “I enjoy knitting this little sweater as it is truly fun. I’ve made more than 50 in the last 3 years.”
    “This sweater is an engineering marvel.”
    “I’ve been making little people sweaters for at least 40 years and haven’t found an easier pattern yet; LOVE the BSJ.”

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  3. Baby Surprise Jacket Streaming Video
    $20.00

       One of the most unique & ingenious of all of Elizabeth Zimmermann's designs, the BSJ was introduced in 1968, and has grown in popularity ever since. Meg Swansen guides you step by step through the jacket construction, including: long tail cast on, double decreasing / increasing, adding colors, baby buttonholes, casting off in purl, and sewing a seam / darning in ends.
       With bonus material of: a collar, a 'continuous line' throughout the jacket, a matching bonnet, knitting small circumferences on 2 circular needles, provisional cast on, and I-cord techniques. 1 hr 20 mins.
       High-speed Wi-Fi is necessary for the best streaming quality.
       Some reactions from knitters:
    “I enjoy knitting this little sweater as it is truly fun. I’ve made more than 50 in the last 3 years.”
    “This sweater is an engineering marvel.”
    “I’ve been making little people sweaters for at least 40 years and haven’t found an easier pattern yet; LOVE the BSJ.”

    Watch a sample of the streaming video below.

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  4. Cardigan Details Streaming Video
    $20.00

       Filmed on location along the spectacular Oregon coast, Cardigan Details concentrates on knitting a circular Norwegian style dropped-shoulder, scooped neck cardigan. Meg teaches the steps for knitting, cutting and finishing a steek, as well as: casting on and k1b, p1 rib, increasing, short rows and wrapping, knitting-back backward, color pattern knitting, and attaching sleeves. In short - everything you need for your Cardigan.
       Plus, knitters love Meg's Garter stitch cardigan border knitted directly onto the garment in one continuous piece (no sewing), which involves: knit-up ratio, mitered corners, neck shaping, one-row buttonholes, two-stitch I-Cord Cast Off and finishing the cut edge - all of which Meg demonstrates in detail. 1 hr 30 mins.
       This video was produced in the 1990s and digitized from a master; production quality is relative to time period and high-speed Wi-Fi is necessary for the best streaming quality.

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  5. Cardigan Details DVD
    $25.00

       Filmed on location along the spectacular Oregon coast, Cardigan Details concentrates on knitting a circular Norwegian style dropped-shoulder, scooped neck cardigan. Meg teaches the steps for knitting, cutting and finishing a steek, as well as: casting on and k1b, p1 rib, increasing, short rows and wrapping, knitting-back backward, color pattern knitting, and attaching sleeves. In short - everything you need for your Cardigan.
       Plus, knitters love Meg's Garter stitch cardigan border knitted directly onto the garment in one continuous piece (no sewing), which involves: knit-up ratio, mitered corners, neck shaping, one-row buttonholes, two-stitch I-Cord Cast Off and finishing the cut edge - all of which Meg demonstrates in detail. 1 hr 30 mins. DVD.

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  6. Ribwarmer DVD
    $25.00

       Elizabeth Zimmermann's Ribwarmer is as classic as her Baby Surprise Jacket. Here Meg Swansen leads you through numerous variations including a Child's Ribwarmer, Meg's Knee-Length Ribwarmer and EZ's Butterfly Jacket, first published in 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 over-layer and the butterfly is sleek and graceful.
       Techniques shown include: Provisional cast on, increasing, short rows, Garter stitch weaving, EZ's After-thought pockets and Applied I-cord, 3-Needle I-Cord Cast Off, Reversible Phoney Seams, and a Sport-Jacket Vent. 1 hr 45 mins. DVD.

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  7. 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
  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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