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Baa Pattern comes with Video Tutorials!

Baa
We are proud to announce that our first set of video tutorials to accompany a specific pattern are now available. I filmed five segments for the Baa pattern where I cover picking up stitches, face embroidery, attaching the head to the body and more! When you purchase the pattern the exclusive links to each tutorial are on the bottom of the last page of the pattern. These videos are not public, they are just for the pattern purchasers. 
Pattern in the photo: Baa by Susan B. Anderson 
Baa #1: Picket Fence, Peppercorn, Ellie Gray and Red Flannel
Baa #2: Priscilla, Bear and Picket Fence
I hope you like this new style of pattern with video support. I won't be able to do it for every pattern but if there are certain tricky spots or different techniques I'm going to try to provide support this way. Let us know what you think!
We will still be posting public and free videos to our Barrett Wool Co.YouTube Channel for everyone to see! Please hop over and subscribe on YouTube if you are interested. 
So I have a couple of teaching venues coming up. 
Vogue Knitting Live! New York
Vogue Knitting Live in New York City is one of my favorite events. I can't wait to teach here again. I think at least a couple of my classes have sold out but there are still openings in a few more. I'd love to see you there! Click here to check out all of the classes at Vogue Knitting Live NYC! It's quite a line-up.
Madison Knitters Guild
The other event I'm teaching at is the Madison Knitters Guild Knit In March, 2017! I can't wait for Laura Nelkin, Mary Jane Mucklestone, Kate Atherly and Lucy Neatby to be in Madison. That is pretty exciting stuff. I'd love to knit with you here at the Knit In this March.

Click here to check out the Madison Knit In events and classes!

I want to point out at the bottom of the page on this website there is a permanent link to a page with my teaching schedule with links to each event. My books are linked on this page, too. 

Let me know if you are coming to any of my classes or if you have any questions. I'll be back soon with more. 
best, susan

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  • Speaking of the tutorials, I am wondering if you have thought about doing the tutorial on the heel of the Smooth Operation Sock. I am a new knitter trying to learn sock knitting and it would be helpful if you have one to show the part where you cast on the picked up stitches… I seem to do well when it comes to videos. Just an idea… Congratulations on your new endeavors!!

    Deb on

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