We want our knitting TV!

Have you heard about this awesome new project? Our favorite knitting host is coming back to TV with a killer show about knitting. Vickie Howell, who hosted "Knitty Gritty" has a new show series all planned out and ready to go. She just needs our help! 

"The Knit Show with Vickie Howell" will be a new program on digital media so anyone anywhere can watch the show at any time and any pace. That's awesome. Are you a beginning knitter in Pennsylvania? Or are you an experienced knitter in Australia? It doesn't matter! Vickie and a plethora of designers, experts, and industry superstar guests will be right there with you. 

There will be two guests (including me! and some Ewe Ewe yarn that you love!) plus a full studio of knitters for each episode. This will be the first community-funded and internationally accessible episodic knitting how-to series which makes it a literal DIY of a DIY show. Awesome! 

Take a few minutes and watch Vickie explain the reasons why you should help this show get made:

If you decide to sponsor Kickstarter be sure to check out all of the great rewards that are available as a thank you for your support. If you loved "Knitty Gritty" (I know I did!) then help Vickie get this new show off the ground.

Visit "The Knit Show with Vickie Howell" on Kickstarter to show your support. Go to Kickstarter >

Ewe Ewe Event: Heather Walpole @ Wildfiber Studio for LA Yarn Crawl

Come say hello! I will be at Wildfiber Studio in Santa Monica on Friday, April 7. Baa Baa Bulky merino is the featured yarn at this shop during the Los Angeles County Yarn Crawl and we'll have free patterns to give you ideas on how to use it. I'll be there from 10-4 and I look forward to seeing you!

Details:

Who: Heather Walpole, owner of Ewe Ewe Yarns.
What: A meet and greet during the LAYC.
Where: Wildfiber Studio, 1453 14th St, Santa Monica, CA
When: Friday, April 7, 2017 from 10 to 4.

Map:

 

I hope to see you there and happy crawling!

2 balls is all you need!

Check out these great knitting projects using two balls of Ewe Ewe merino yarn. 

Elevensies by Meaghan Schmaltz using Ewe So Sporty yarn

Elevensies by Meaghan Schmaltz using Ewe So Sporty yarn

New from Meaghan Schmaltz is the Elevensies wrap using two balls of Ewe So Sporty merino yarn. The sample is knit in color Lemon Chiffon and makes a great accent to any outfit. Plus, the Elevensies pattern comes in three weights for the price of one. Bonus!

Spring Chicks crochet hats using Ewe So Sporty yarn

Spring Chicks crochet hats using Ewe So Sporty yarn

The Spring Chicks hat are cute, quick crochet caps that are sized for the whole family. Choose one ball of your two favorite colors of Ewe So Sporty yarn and get to work! 

Flower Fairy Hat using Wooly Worsted yarn

Flower Fairy Hat using Wooly Worsted yarn

Make this cute little flower for a little kid in your life. The Flower Fairy Hat uses two balls of Wooly Worsted yarn, one Pistachio and one other color. You could make a cute pink tulip like this one, or maybe a bluebell, or how cute would a pumpkin-colored cap be for a little boy in the fall?!

Rhythm and Blooms cowl uses two balls of Baa Baa Bulky yarn.

Rhythm and Blooms cowl uses two balls of Baa Baa Bulky yarn.

Shown in Teal here, the Rhythm and Blooms cowl has eyelets that twist into pretty mock-cable patterns. This cowl is soft and snuggly and works up quickly in our Baa Baa Bulky merino wool yarn.

Family of Hats knitting pattern in Wooly Worsted yarn

Family of Hats knitting pattern in Wooly Worsted yarn

Make one for everyone! The Family of Hats knitting pattern gently drifts from one color to another. Choose your two favorite colors of Wooly Worsted fun and see what happens!

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Vickie Howell can show you how it's done!

Vickie Howell worked up a great class for our new Doodle Stitch Beanie! This hat features an alternating stitch pattern that is interesting to both knit and look at. Take a peek:

The Doodle Stitch Beanie uses two balls of Ewe So Sporty yarn in your favorite colors. Plus, Vickie teaches a free tutorial right on her Facebook page. Awesome! 

You can get the pattern here or on Ravelry and find Ewe So Sporty yarn at your favorite yarn store or online.

Watch the video with Vickie Howell below and then use those same steps to knit your own Doodle Stitch Beanie!

Tell us what you thought of Vickie's class in the comments below!