Congratulations to Laurie!
A new season of Knit and Crochet Now! is on its way, and it’s super exciting to see how the show has changed with new host Deborah Norville. Known as the anchor of Inside Edition, she’s also an avid crocheter with her own yarn line.
As usual, a range of guests will demo projects and share tutorials with viewers. This season those guests include editor of Crochet! Magazine
, Ellen Gormley; in-house designer for Annie’s Signature Collection and Annie’s knit and crochet magazines, Lena Skvagerson; authors Robyn Chachula and Kristin Nicholas; and crochet designer Rohn Strong.
The new series includes 13 episodes and began airing on public television stations through Create TV on April 5. The show airs at 6 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Produced by Annie’s, viewers will be able to enjoy over six hours of knit and crochet tips and techniques. In every episode, Deborah will introduce the viewers to new unique yarns, patterns and products. Knit and Crochet Now! designers will share their expertise in knit and crochet skills, techniques and knowledge in color. Viewers will not want to miss the popular segment “Stitch of the Week.”
7th Season Episode Guide
- Episode 701 – Versatile Shawls
- Episode 702 – Slip Into Slippers
- Episode 703 – Vested Interest
- Episode 704 – Mosaic Knit Scarves
- Episode 705 – Artsy Afghans
- Episode 706 – Dolly Longlegs
- Episode 707 – Downton Abbey Gloves
- Episode 708 – Shaped Cardigans
- Episode 709 – Carry Along bags
- Episode 710 – Itty Bitty Baby Projects
- Episode 711 – Unique Accessories
- Episode 712 – Dress Up Pup
- Episode 13 – Springtime Tees
But you don’t have to wait to watch the whole series, because we’re giving away a DVD set of season 7 this week!
If you’d like a chance to win and you live in the United States (sorry, rest of the world!) leave a comment on this post before the end of the day Sunday, April 17, for a chance to win. I’d love to know if you watch Knit and Crochet Now! already or if you watch any other craft shows on TV.
Thanks for visiting, commenting and sharing, and good luck!
[Photo courtesy of knitandcrochetnow.com.]