Spring has sprung and the season for quick change layers is here. A cozy sweater in the morning that can double as a jacket when the sun goes down is perfect for the mercurial weather of May in New England.
Posts from the ‘knitting’ Category
Linda Thomas has always loved Dr. Seuss’s book “Oh, The Places You’ll Go.” When she discovered the baby version, “Oh Baby, Go Baby,” she was inspired to crochet a blanket to match the book’s colorful cover. Read more
Our Cecelia Knit-Along officially starts this Friday, and it is really exciting to see the buzz already forming on Ravelry. Thanks everyone! Cecelia can be knit in a variety of yarns (as seen in Amy’s recent blog post) but the measurements of the final piece will end up being a little bit different, as each yarn creates a different gauge. Some of you may want to consider knitting more or fewer rounds than the pattern suggests to make your Cecelia just the size you’d like! Read more
A self-described “fiber artist addict,” Mike Horwath is an avid machine knitter with a goal of publishing more patterns in 2015. His first of the year is the Deep Ocean Waves Baby Blanket, which is knit in Berroco Remix. Read more
Working in the world of knitting magazines has definite perks. As editor for Knitscene, Knitscene Accessories and Sockupied, Amy Palmer gets all kinds of new yarn samples to play with. She had been eager to design with Berroco Folio since the first skein crossed her desk.