Last month Martha Wissing released a great pattern, the Rosalie Poncho.
Martha’s poncho was written for Berroco Ultra Alpaca or Modern Cotton, it is a versatile garment that is adaptable to your climate. The lace boarder detail adds knitterly interest and shows Martha’s great talent for subtly feminine, incredibly wearable designs.
Novel Reed had a knack for knitwear design even before she had mastered all of the basics. Her first project as an 8-year-old novice was a knitted tube dress for a Barbie doll. She couldn’t figure out how to bind off, so she slipped the tail of her yarn through the live stitches and turned it into a halter. Read more
This is the first time I’m writing about a knitting adventure that has yet to happen. The October Sweater Challenge is the next knit-along that I’ll be hosting in the Berroco Lovers group on Ravelry and it’s pretty much what it sounds like – one month to make one sweater. Read more
When I was a little girl my parents and I lived in Camden, Maine – a small town where the mountains meet the sea. Read more
If a hurricane hit a yarn shop, it might look something like Karin Bole Tupper’s workspace mid-design. Her process might not be pretty, but the results are!
Last week, I got to seam the the squares from our Ultra Alpaca MKAL and finally see our finished blanket. It was so exciting! But before I joined any of the squares we had to agree on a layout.
Nat Raedwulf says her designs typically arise from a specific need – often one identified in the midst of an adventure. Whether she’s at home or on vacation, she’ll drop everything else and follow that inspiration. It almost always leads her to a local yarn shop! Read more