Crafting Veteran Vickie Howell Hosts Web-Based Knitting Series

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Vickie Howell hosts a new web-based show on knitting
This foldover clutch, designed by Brett Barra of Brooklyn Craft Company, is the first project featured in Episode 1 of The Knit Show with Vickie Howell.
Vickie Howell hosts a new web-based show on knitting

Vickie Howell hosts a new web-based show on knitting

Photo: courtesy of The Knit Show with Vickie Howell

The Knit Show with Vickie Howell, a web-based series that first aired October 5, 2017, focuses on knitting and crocheting techniques and projects. Vickie and her team decided to create this first community-funded knitting series to fill the void in craft-based television shows. You can watch it on the show's website and through YouTube anytime and from just about anywhere in the world. In each 30-minute episode, you can learn crocheting and knitting techniques from industry experts, and you can take a look at modern projects for all skill levels that are free to download. 

You may already know Vickie from the PBS series Knitting Daily with Vickie Howell and from her DIY and HGTV series Knitty Gritty. She is a crafting veteran, having produced thousands of hours of craft-based programming. Vickie and her production team (ProductionFor) include a segment in every episode that focuses on physical and mental health. There's also a segment featuring interesting shops and groups throughout the global knitting community. 

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Comments (5)

mayararodrigues writes: If this is indeed true, it will be fantastic.
Mayara Rodrigues
Posted: 4:21 pm on November 27th
Lynne Bailey writes: Really looking cool...
Posted: 1:01 pm on November 22nd
MariaAnnie writes: Wow... That's amazing!!!
Posted: 3:52 am on November 14th
brendalynne writes: so, does this mean there will no longer be the knitting show on PBS ??
Posted: 7:50 pm on October 13th
canknit writes: Interested in knitting at this time although I also crochet. At present am knitting for the Cancer Lodge and donating whatever I knit for cancer patients who are transported from various locations to the clinic where I live so am interested in free patterns and perhaps yarn
Posted: 6:12 pm on October 13th
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