October 22nd, 2016

Ready, Set, Knit! 463: Kathy talks with Dora Ohrenstein

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This week Kathy talks with Dora Ohrenstein about her new book “Top-Down Crochet Sweaters“.

Ready, Set, Knit! episode #463 - Kathy talks with Dora Ohrenstein. Listen now on the WEBS Blog - blog.yarn.com

Learn about the two types of top down sweaters in the book, the styling and sizes, and all of the extra help packed into these pages!

One of the designs, Erde,  is in our Valley Yarns 2/14 Alpaca Silk. Check out the CAL in her Ravelry group!

Steve’s Yarn (and Gift!) Picks of the week:


2 weeks from today we’ll be celebrating 10 years on the air! We’ll be broadcasting Live on Facebook as we record the show on Wednesday 11/2/16, be sure to tune in! We’ll be answering some of your questions in that episode. Let us know what you’d like to know! Just comment here and Steve and Kathy may answer YOUR question.

The Fiber Festival of New England is happening Nov 5+6.

WEBS will be at Vogue Knitting Live in Minneapolis Nov 4, 5 + 6.

WEBS retail store has extended it’s hours until 6:00PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays only. Thursdays the store will remain open until 8pm, and Saturdays until 5:30.

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2 Responses to “Ready, Set, Knit! 463: Kathy talks with Dora Ohrenstein”

  1. Annie Says:

    How do you do a treble crochet (the first stitch of the next row), so you don’t get that awful gap?!

  2. Sara Says:

    Hi Annie,

    Are you asking about a specific pattern or just in general?

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