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Lunaris Shawl Progress & What's New In The Queue (Some Crochet?? Really? Really!)

I’m making pretty good progress on this shawl. I think I’m just so excited to be working on something smaller than an afghan that I don’t want to put it own until it’s done and then move on to something else. 227 more words


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© Knitscene/Harper Point © Knit Simple

Knitscene Accessories 2015 – Chloe Stole / Knit Simple Holiday 2012 – Keyhole Shawl


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Why is it that there are never enough hours in a day to do all the things I’d love to do? Sigh. Am I suffering from springtime lethargy or is there just so much to do this time of the year? 610 more words


Submission: Hat and Sweater to Knitscene

Last month was the deadline for Knitscene’s Spring 2016 issue.

They had only two stories:

Checks and Balances – Gingham, checks, and plaids. Imagine ways to work with the season’s most popular fabric in texture and color for simple but fun garments and accessories.

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Blind Knitting Desire

The list of things I want to knit has grown significantly in the last little while. I want to knit everything all at the same time, and it’s keeping me from focusing on one project.  199 more words


Knit.Purl, Knitscene and Knitting Traditions now in stock!

Three gorgeous new magazines from Interweave Press have just been delivered into our eager hands!

First up we’ve got Knit.Purl (Spring/Summer 2015):

Full of stylish understated knits with thoughtful details and a modern edge, Knit.Purl always proves popular, so don’t wait to long to get your copy! 90 more words

New Arrivals

Designer Spotlight: Green Apple Tank by Amy Palmer

Working in the world of knitting magazines has definite perks. As editor for Knitscene, Knitscene Accessories and Sockupied, Amy Palmer gets all kinds of new yarn samples to play with. 382 more words