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Knit and Crochet Now! Season 7: Slip Into Slippers

Season 7, Episode 2
Everybody's got feet, and when it gets cold, those feet get chilly! Today Lena Skvagerson shows Deborah Norville how to stitch up the Walk of Fame textured unisex slippers with a wrap around cuff and Rohn Strong shows us how to crochet the Fireside Slippers, which are moccasin style slippers for both men and women. Lena's in the stitch corner with the Knit Blackberry Stitch
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Customer Reviews for Knit and Crochet Now! Season 7: Slip Into Slippers:

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November 9, 2016
Michelle A
I am stuck on the Walk of Fame Slippers Lower Sides - how do I pick up and knit stitches? I knit n Edie 1, then do I pick up and knit from the side/edge and so they go onto needle 1?
Annie's Customer Service

Michelle - we offer instructions for picking up and knitting stitches in our online Stitch Guide. Here is a link to the video
April 8, 2016
Twila D
I like the show's new format. So much improved re actually seeing how the stitches are done.
Especially like both the blackberry and Kitchener stitches.
April 7, 2016
Frances B. J
I love this new show. Could your online site also offer a directory of new stitches taught on each show.
I would love to see the joining stitch she called "Kitchener?" I can't find it and her demonstration was so great. I would love to be able to re-play it over and over again. An amazing stitch.
Annie's Customer Service

Frances B. - You can find information about the Kitchener stitch and lots more information in our online Stitch Guide. Here's a link
April 6, 2016
Eileen F
Crocheting slippers can be a breeze. I appreciate Annie's as he has a variety of interests and supplies for many projects. Making slippers is my favorite. The helps are easy to understand.
January 18, 2016
Kathy C
Learned two new stitches! Visuals are great

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