You may have noticed a knitting trend lately...patterns worked in rustic, earthy, tweedy, wooly-looking yarns with a matte finish. Yarns like this: That's Harrisville Designs FlyWheel, which is a sport weight 100% wool yarn. It is also what we call a woolen-spun yarn. This term refers to how the...
I've been writing a lot about summer lately, but it's my favorite season, so please bear with me. Today's post is a visual treat—patterns that I hope will inspire you to knit something to wear this summer! Here we go! Valois Knit Shawl by Alexandra Beck is a women's tri-corner shawl...
Apr 14, 2014
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Colorwork patterns--such as the gorgeous Poetry Mittens we put into the online store on Wednesday (see below)--are some of the most beautiful knitting on the planet. But they can also seem quite daunting, since they involve working with more than one yarn at a time. But learning to work with two or more...
Jan 16, 2009
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What The Front Looks Like So, my lace-loving friends: I made a list of the more than 30 questions you asked in the comments from Monday's post. About a quarter of those were promptly addressed by your fellow commenters...which is a Very Good Thing, seeing as it would take me several weeks of posts...