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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


Brevann - a summer tee...





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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Pieteicos notestēt jaunu aprakstu un re, kas sanāca. Esmu diezgan čābīgs testētājs, aprakstus parasti lasu pa diagonāli bet šis ir tas gadījums, kad nav precīzi pa valdziņam pirkstu līdzi jāvelk, tāpēc man tīri labi patika. 132 more words


The Royal Bonnet

  So! The bank holiday weekend came and went, along with my special visitor, and much fun was had by all. We spent a very rainy Saturday morning photographing all kinds of knitwear and accessories and, just as we  were running out of projects to photograph or to knit, the news broke that the new princess has arrived! 276 more words

How to avoid spectacle losing frustration

Unfortunately I find myself relying more and more on spectacles (damn it!), but can never seem to find the buggers when I really need them.  I recently went out and bought 6 pairs of magnifiers and spread them all over the house thinking smugly to myself that I was super clever.   280 more words


Designer Spotlight: Head Scarf by Kathy North

Kathy North had no formal introduction to knitting, crochet or design. Instead, she’s spent the past few decades figuring it out as she goes. Kathy says her “big break” came when one of her patterns made the cover of magazine in 2007. 237 more words


The Thinking Cap - Brain

The Thinking Cap

Here I was knitting two hats for a special person that suffered from Encephalitis. I do not know all of her challenges with this illness but truly hope this brings a smile to Your face when you will be ask to wear your hat a the regular support meetings (as mentioned by Barb B.) 165 more words