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Bermudiana Shawl Done!

Shawls always take longer than I expect. This shouldn’t come as a surprise since I’ve knit quite a few, but each time I’m reminded of just how long it takes to knit the several hundred stitches that make up a good “wrappable” shawl. 213 more words

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Knitting Attached I-cord Tutorial

I’ve used attached (also called applied) I-cord in my latest clutch patterns.

Here is the first zippered clutch with I-cord at the top:

   

I love this as a finishing technique for a few reasons.   146 more words

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Ribs and more ribs top

I was never sure about any element of this striped / ribbed top that I knit — do I stop the ribs after the chest, do I then reintroduce the ribs after a while, do I shift the ribs instead, do I want a longer sleeve, do I add an edging in a different color or make a different pattern with the same yarn, do I add something else on the body (like crochet flowers or chain stitches), do I use a bottom-to-top construction… 298 more words

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Tardis Mouse

Are you a Dr. Who fan? You do not have to be to love this little guy. 107 more words

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Quick and easy wrap bracelets

In need of a last minute present? These I-cord bracelets are quick, easy and a great way to use up leftovers. Do you really need a pattern? 108 more words

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Emily Explains: Beginning a Project with an I-cord

I love simple edges to garments and am always curious about ribbing or garter stitch alternatives. In the Spring/Summer ’15 collection, we designed Lobelias, … 66 more words

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Brevann - a summer tee...

Brevann

Brevann

Brevann

Brevann

Brevann is Norwegian for glacier water – just what this color reminds me of.

It´s knit top-down with raglan sleeves and v-neck. 284 more words

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