The second season of Knitting Daily TV has begun airing around the country As a sponsor of the show, I had the chance to travel to Cleveland, OH last fall to tape my segments. I can say it was much easier the second time around.
Many more PBS stations have added the show to their offerings. It’s still not available her in Western Mass, but we can get it vai the Connecticut PBS station. Somehow I’m always busy at noon on Saturdays! With that said, the folks at Interweave have been kind enough to provide me with clips of my appearances in season 2. Today I’m going to share with you my appearance on episode #204. In this segment, I demonstrate the Double Crochet Method for joining granny squares as you go:
Of the 14 segments I have taped over the two seasons, this is the first time I’ve watched one of my own! Eek!
Want to know a little behind the scenes scoop? The two granny squares I am joining were whipped up just minutes before we went into tape. Using Valley Yarns Berkshire, Kim Werker created the burgundy square. The other is the work of Eunny Jang. What’s cool is that it’s the first granny Eunny ever made and Kim talked her through the steps as she was working on her own square. Someday I will donate Eunny’s square to the Fiber Hall of Fame but for now, both live in my office as mementos.
Do you want to see some more sneak peeks?