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Perfect Polka DotDotDot

There’s something so inviting about polka dots. They’re so . . .  happy. Is that possible? Perhaps they just make me happy. So I was really happy to see Mari Chiba’s DotDotDot Cowl in the fall issue of knit.purl. It’s a statement piece, with its large, colorful dots against a beautiful gray background. DotDotDot is…

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Socks from the Russian Empire

I’m a sucker for anything historical; you probably know this about me by now! In the new issue of Sockupied, Donna Druchunas delves into the sock history of Russia, which is surprisingly fascinating—and vast! Here’s an excerpt from her intriguing article. Socks from the Russian Empire Examining the stitches in a sock is like traveling…

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Join the Vera Cardigan Knit-Along

Are you ready to start our fall knit-along? We’re going to cast on September first, and I wanted to put out a reminder today just in case you haven’t yet gotten your copy of Perfectly Feminine Knits. It’s on sale for six bucks! So if you’ve been waffling about joining the knit-along, this should push…

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Peek Inside Sockupied Fall 2015!

Right about now is the time of year I start to think “I should check the status of my sock drawer.” There’s always room for more pairs of socks, right? And when mid-August comes around, we know that fall is soon approaching most of the northern hemisphere, so it’s a good time to get your…

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New Season, New Sock Patterns

I’ve fallen in love with a pair of socks, the Electrostatic Lines by Jennifer Raymond. They are FABULOUS! The colors, the design, and the fact that they’re knee socks—lovin’ them. Just check out the photo at right. Pretty cool, yes? Electrostatic Lines are the cover project on the Fall 2015 issue of Sockupied, which is…

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Earthen Pullover

Kiri FitzGerald-Hillier A sloped hem and ribbed cowl-neck frame a basic tee in stockinette. Raglan shaping and clean garter edges finish the structured look. Finished Size 33¾ (37¼, 39, 41¾, 45¼, 48)” bust circumference. Pullover shown measures 33¾”, modeled with 2¾” of positive ease. Yarn WOOLganic Knitter’s Yarn 8-ply (100% merino; 113 yd [103 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): gaia, 9…

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The Serape Showstopper

When I saw the Serape Shawl on the cover of Knitscene Summer 2015, I knew it would be popular.The colors, the southwest motif, the fringe—it all works together perfectly in Megi Burcl’s vibrant shawl. The shawl is knit in garter stitch with sock yarn on size 5 needles; you begin knitting at the narrow corner…

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Progressive Pullover

  Faina Goberstein Work in the round in a slip stitch pattern while the colors progress through a range. Faina Goberstein manipulates slip stitch knitting to create shifting shapes and to accommodate the internal structure of this shapely sweater. Finished Size 32½ (34¼, 36, 37¾, 41¼, 44½)” bust circumference. Pullover shown measures 32½”, modeled with 1½” of negative…

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Dark Rainbow Sweater

Emma Welford This intarsia pullover was designed to highlight the length of color repeats in gradient yarns. Watch the bands of color transition from narrow to wide as the triangle emerges. The front and back are identical. Finished Size 31½ (35, 39½, 43, 47½)” bust circumference. Pullover shown measures 35″, modeled with 1″ of positive ease. Yarn Schoppel…

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DotDotDot Cowl

  Mari Chiba Knitted in a tube (there’s no wrong side!) with stranded colorwork techniques, this cool cowl is extra thick and has big impact in a charcoal solid and southwestern ombré accent yarn. Finished Size 22¼” circumference and 8″ tall. Yarn Freia Semi-Solid Worsted (100% wool; 85 yd [77 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): charcoal (MC), 2 balls. Freia…