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Knit and Crochet Now! Season 8: Blooming Afghans

Season 8, Episode 2
Kristen Mangus shows how to stitch up the Autumn Blaze Afghan with a pattern of leaves and berries, and Ellen Gormley is crocheting an heirloom Irish Lace Afghan with 3-round squares. In the technique corner Melissa shows a trick for cabling without cable needles.
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Customer Reviews for Knit and Crochet Now! Season 8: Blooming Afghans:

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January 31, 2021
Helen O
I just walked my way through the first motif. I have an idea of how to join them, but I don't feel confident that I really understand it. I watched the video several times, but she doesn't show each step of the joining in a slow enough way for me to actually see what's going on.
Otherwise, her explanations were very clear and easy to follow.
November 8, 2019
Marty D
I'm also working on the crochet motifs but I can't figure out how to join them as well :-(. They are simply beautiful! Is there any advice we could get?
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April 11, 2019
Patricia B
I love this show. All of the presenters have a way to make it seem very doable which makes my knitting even more enjoyable which is good because I am addicted.
August 29, 2018
Kathleen W
I love the pattern of the squares (and they were explained beautifully) but, for the life of me I can't seem to join the motifs together! I've watched about 25X and it still doesn't work! Any pointers?
November 15, 2017
Cynthia S
It was nice to see someone give excellent instruction. The Leaves & Berries Afghan is beautiful! And after watching instructions, it will be easy! Thank you very much! Also, just a note to mention when "joining" the panels... it was hard to see the "exact" spot you were working on. I did get the idea though, Again... wonderful. Happy Knitting!

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