Posts Tagged 'patterns'

Sweet Summer Textile Inspiration

With the summer solstice behind us, summer has officially begun! Long summer days always remind me of my childhood and the great freedom that came along with the ringing of the last school bell in June. Although I no longer spend

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Sweet Summer Textile Inspiration

With the summer solstice behind us, summer has officially begun! Long summer days always remind me of my childhood and the great freedom that came along with the ringing of the last school bell in June. Although I no longer spend

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Staff Picks: Pattern Drafting for Knitters

I’ve never enjoyed knitting other people’s patterns, mainly because modern knitting books rarely have anything I’m interested in making, AND I HAVE A VISION. The most important thing I’ve ever learned as a knitter was how to draft my own

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Staff Picks: Pattern Drafting for Knitters

I’ve never enjoyed knitting other people’s patterns, mainly because modern knitting books rarely have anything I’m interested in making, AND I HAVE A VISION. The most important thing I’ve ever learned as a knitter was how to draft my own

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Knit Notes Giveaway Winner!

Thank you to all of those who commented on our blog for a chance to win a copy of Nadine Curtis’ Knit Notes. Our winner is the lucky Ludmila Adams! We will contact you this week by email, so we can get

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Knit Notes Giveaway Winner!

Thank you to all of those who commented on our blog for a chance to win a copy of Nadine Curtis’ Knit Notes. Our winner is the lucky Ludmila Adams! We will contact you this week by email, so we can get

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Inspiration Board: Amy Cutler

This weekend, in between partying too much and sweating too much, I fell in love with Amy Cutler’s work. I’ve always been a great fan of illustrated children books and love the way Amy’s paintings bring you to that fantasy

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Inspiration Board: Amy Cutler

This weekend, in between partying too much and sweating too much, I fell in love with Amy Cutler’s work. I’ve always been a great fan of illustrated children books and love the way Amy’s paintings bring you to that fantasy

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Inspiration Board: Learn to Sew!

As the seasons change it is easy to want to shop for a new item…or many new items, but as we know, this is not the most sustainable existence. This spring, instead of buying new clothes, invest in a class

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Inspiration Board: Learn to Sew!

As the seasons change it is easy to want to shop for a new item…or many new items, but as we know, this is not the most sustainable existence. This spring, instead of buying new clothes, invest in a class

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