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Posts by amychristoffers

Amy’s Thread: Back-to-School Cardigan

The beginning of August is the dog days of summer for most, but for me it’s time to start planning for my back-to-school fall wardrobe.

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Amy’s Thread: What to Wear With Rye

 Thea Colman’s sweater Rye from the Portfolio Collection is a great transitional sweater. This is one to start knitting now so you’ll finish just as the evenings start to get a little cooler but before it’s time to pack away the summer dresses for the season.

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Amy’s Thread: Fuji Knitter’s Style

This Knitter’s Style features Kathie, a woman who make all the things happen here at Berroco. Berroco Fuji is a great yarn for summer knitting. This yarn feels both warm and cool at the same time, so it adds a nice layer for comfort without being heavy.

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Amy’s Thread: Ultra Alpaca MKAL Color Inspiration

Growing up, I spent a lot of happy summer days sitting in my paternal grandmother’s sewing room. She was a talented quilter with an eye for juxtapositions of colors and patterns. I’ve never felt like I’ve achieved her level of boldness or brilliance at this but I love the adventure of creating colorways. If I learned anything from her talent, it is that there isn’t always one right answer, sometimes it is about trial and error, and taking a few chances.

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Amy’s Thread: Portfolio

Berroco’s new collaborative collection Portfolio is finally out and I am so excited to share it with all of you!!

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Amy’s Thread: Anna Zilboorg Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Eileen, the winner of our Splendid Apparel by Anna Zilboorg (XRX, 2015) giveaway!

Thank you so much to everyone who commented! There were so many great recommendations that I thought I’d recap the recurring themes from the comments for you – 3 authors in particular that came up over and over again.

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Amy’s Thread: Anna Zilboorg Giveaway

When I taught myself to knit (from a library copy of Montse Stanley’s Knitter’s Hanbook* and Leslie Stanfield’s The New Knitting Stitch Library) there wasn’t this amazing online community of knitters and blogs. There was no Ravelry, and most of the yarn shops were very different than they are today.

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