Talitha Kuomi And The Break Up Knits

Talitha Kuomi And The Break Up Knits

I am so excited to celebrate Talith’as new accomplishments with this book. She is right: Break Ups are never easy so let us knit our way through those rough days to creating beautiful objects we can celebrate! And now you can enter here to win a copy of your very own It’s Not Me, It’s You and get started on these fabulous designs. Also scroll down to see Tal’s hilarious fun interview with Kristy Glass.

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Fun in the Sun Summer Tops – Six Premium Patterns

Fun in the Sun Summer Tops – Six Premium Patterns

For some reason, and even though Spring is a great season, my mind jumps right to Summer when Winter season is officially over. I mean… I love Summer! Summer is a great time to dress up in different fashion styles. You can certainly play around with color, designs, layers – yes, layers – and some ah-mazing crocheted Summer Tops!

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Allison's Pajamas & A Free Shawl Patttern

Allison's Pajamas &  A Free Shawl Patttern

When Allison sent me her worsted in Allison’s Pajamas and Chocolate Brownie I was not only hungry and wanted to have a PJ party but I knew instantly I wanted to design a transitional season shawl. The Highland Shawl is exactly what I envisioned - and we know that never happens in deign process so yay for that bonus! This post includes affiliate links. Read full blog disclosure here.

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Say Hello To The Oliphant Kat Shawl!

Say Hello To The Oliphant Kat Shawl!

Continuing my New York City roots exploration and shining a spotlight on other makers & designers, I want to introduce you to Katrina Walser of Oliphant Kat and her newest design for us: Emilia’s Nursing Shawl. And don’t worry - no baby is required to create and love this designer and this design!

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Spotlight ON: GGMadeIt

Spotlight ON: GGMadeIt

Some people just beam and radiate light and love when you are in their presence. In the fiber world, my friend GG is one of them. I asked her our Maker Profile Questions and got her thoughts on the current conversation of diversity and inclusion.

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