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Knit and Crochet Now! Season 5, Episode 501: Colorful Throws

Season 5, Episode 1
Amy Herzog shows you how to make the Shadowbox Afghan with knitted mitered squares, while Marly Bird demonstrates the crochet motifs that make the Blueberry Parfait Afghan. Brett Bara demonstrates Broomstick Lace for a skinny scarf.
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Customer Reviews for Knit and Crochet Now! Season 5, Episode 501: Colorful Throws:

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4.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 6 customers.)

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June 7, 2015
Jeanne O
I am a beginner knitter and is having trouble with the Cdd knit stitch. It only comes out right some of the time even when I do it exactly the same. And have to keep moving the marker to keep same number of stitches on each side of marker. Also does one always knit a stitch after a yo? I'm getting frustrated.
Annie's Customer Service

Jeanne - We are glad that we could give you some helpful hints to complete your project.
June 4, 2015
Linda M
I love this program, but I find it way too short. Keep them coming.
June 4, 2015
Loretta N
What is the name of the flower afghan that was in the background when they were demonstrating the blue and white afghan?
Annie's Customer Service

Loretta - This afghan was made using the Learn to Make African Flower Motifs book by Candi Jensen and can be purchased on Amazon.
April 24, 2015
What's with the camera man. He's showing their faces instead of their hands!! The lesson is 5 stars but camera work 1 star.
December 27, 2014
Marjorie Adamce A
I thought this episode was terrific. I am an experienced knitter and crocheter so I appreciated the complexities of these three items. I have made the mitered afghan and I can't wait to try this new variation.

The broomstick technique was easy to follow. I have never tried this stitch so I will try this skinny scarf.

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