Designer Tanis Gray loves the challenge of designing and knitting complex patterns that use intricate stitch patterns and inventive techniques, but she also enjoys creating simple knits that are simple-to-knit, easy-to-wear staples. In her new book, Cozy Knits , Tanis reached out to her favorite designers...
Nov 6, 2013
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I think I've knit four cowls this winter. One was a slip-stitch pattern, one a lace pattern, one a linen-stitch pattern, and one a plain stockinette pattern. Oddly, I think the stockinette cowl is my favorite. Probably because it's knit from a 100-percent cashmere yarn that I got for Christmas...
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the Interweave Knitting Lab in San Mateo, CA. It was so much fun, meeting people and learning new things. I attended three workshops: Basic Brioche, Two-Color Brioche (both with Nancy Marchant), and Roositude Inlay (with Nancy Bush). Here's what I made...
It seems like cowls are everywhere today, in stores and on the needles. I can see why they're popular—they're useful, quick to knit, and they're often one-skein wonders. A knitting trifecta if I've ever seen one. Knitted cowls can be real stash-buster patterns, too. One of my friends...
Apr 20, 2012
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