1.07.2013

Video Tutorial: Attaching the Clasp to Mudra

Well, lots of you asked for it, so I finally made a video tutorial for attaching the clasp to the Mudra Cuff and Necklace.



I've got some new kits releasing later this week, and this tutorial just might come in handy : )!

Disclaimer: this video was made at my kitchener table, with minimal equipment and lighting... Enjoy!!!!

13 comments:

  1. LOL - at your "kitchener" table! I bet that's what is in your spell checker! A true knitter. :)

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    1. HA! That is hysterical... didn't even notice that! I am NOT going to fix it as it's too funny : )!

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  2. It made me smile on a Monday morning! Thanks. :)

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  3. I wish I had a table like that because I still need to watch the video every time I need to do Kitchener. It would be sweet to have a table to do it for you!! Only you would make a mistake like that! Funny!

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  4. We could all use a "kitchener table" - this is perfect in every way, Laura! Thanks a bunch.

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  5. How timely. I just got my mudra cuff kit! I find pictures so much easier to follow! Thank you!

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  7. What's not to like about your new favorite needles other than the price. Your previous favorite was much more affordable.

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    1. Ha, I agree, I still LOVE the Chiaogoo dpn's too! I just like everyone to know about all the options out there!

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  8. What type of needles ARE you using in this video? They look pretty neat - like I need more needles - LOL

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    1. Those are Signature Needles... which I adore!
      http://www.signatureneedlearts.com/double-point-needles.html
      There are others like Chiaogoo Red Lace, Hiya Hiya Lace and Knitter's Pride that also have great sharp tips!

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  9. It looks like you are using "blue" US3 but the pattern calls for US2. I received the kit and and my beads are on top of the I-cord instead of between the stitches. Should I use a size 3 to make the knitting looser?

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    1. Hi! No use the Size 2 like the pattern calls for.... I used the size 3 as they are all I had and they look SO GOOD on video : )! Sorry for any confusion!

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