In college, I had a wonderful art history teacher who believed that the best way to study great artists was to research their sketchbooks. We spent all our time looking for as many sketches and scribbles as we could find leading up to their great paintings. We rarely even bothered with the final pieces! It really opened my eyes to new artists I had never heard of before – artists I never thought I would appreciate as much as I do now. Sonia Delaunay is one of those artists that continues to inspire me. Read more
Posts from the ‘behind the scenes’ Category
It’s hard to believe we’re already closing in on the final day of photography for our Fall/Winter ’14 season. It seems like just the other day, Norah and Emily were discussing themes, picking locations and anxiously awaiting the arrival of finished pieces. Well to be honest, those last two things were still occurring just a few days ago. But despite a major time crunch, everything came together as usual.
I’m always knitting for work, but when it comes to knitting for me, I tend to get into slumps where I don’t pick up my needles for a while. I get overwhelmed by all of the projects and ideas that run through my head. Does this happen to you, too? Read more
It’s one of those things that makes our booklets look so nice, yet it has nothing to do with yarn. I’m talking, of course, about the fabulous hairstyles created by our go-to hair and makeup artist, Jennie Kay Plumb. Read more
My mind is still bursting with excitement from a recent trip Norah and I took to the Knitter’s Review Retreat in Canandaigua, New York. The retreat is held once a year and run by a team of amazing women.
This is a very exciting day at Berroco, because we finally get to tell you about the PDF Pattern Program we’ve been working on for so long! You’ve asked and asked, and, believe me, we’ve listened. Read more