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Designers speak out on Knitscene Spring 2012

Jan 31, 2012

The week after a new issue's release are always filled with excitement. We're excited to hear what our readers have to say, and we're excited to hear our designers talk more about their designs for the issue. I've been combing the internet lately to see if our designers for the Knitscene Spring 2012 have been talking about their projects, and thought I'd share what I'd found with you today. 

First up, our featured designer Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark talks about her experience as a featured designer and gives some insight to the muse for her Seberg Sweater.

Seberg Sweater Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark Knitscene

Kate and Courtney from Kelbourne Woolens talk about their gorgeously striped East Falls Hat, Roxborough Dolman, Gray's Ferry Cowl, and Manayunk Cardigan

Gray's Ferry Cowl Courtney Kelley Knitscene Spring 2012

From our Six Mandolin Lane story, Danielle Chalson talks about her Averill Vestdiscussing the shaping and the awesome Madelinetosh yarn she used; Debbie O'Neill talks about the construction of her Brindle Pullover; Carina Spencer shares alternate styling options for her Nixie Shawl; Catherine Shields gabs about her Bungalow Hat.

Brindle Pullover Debbie O'Neill Knitscene Spring 2012

Allyson Dykhuizen provides insight into the process behind her Tulip Slouch, and discusses the joys of duplicate stitch—who would have thought that an idea for a pullover would wind up a beautiful hat pattern?And finally, Carol Feller shows off her Florence Cardigan and talks about using a new-to-her yarn.

Tulip Slouch Allyson Dykhuizen Knitscene Spring 2012

Pick up your own copy of Knitscene Spring 2012 in either a print or digital edition from the Interweave store, and check back here, as I'll update this post with other designer blog posts when they're available! 

Happy Knitting,

Amy


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