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Get to Know Berroco: Color Cards

I’ve worked at Berroco for nearly two years, but I only just recently learned how our color cards are made. Twice a year, we fire up a special machine in the warehouse that produces cards for all of our new yarns and old yarns with new shades.  Read more

Amy’s Thread: Have Yarn, Will Travel

It’s a holiday week in North America…time for fireworks, picnics and parades! Summertime holidays make me think of vacation. Whether you’re hitting the road or just getting away to a backyard or a park, this is the time to pack up your knitting (and crochet) and go! Read more

Amy’s Thread: Orange you glad I didn’t say banana?

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Banana. Banana who?

 

… I don’t need to go on, do I?

 

It’s no secret that the design office here at Berroco is fond of the color orange. Norah loves it as much as I do and I did get a little mocking –  OK, a lot of mocking – in the office for blogging about it last week, so soon after her last orange post.  Read more

Norah’s Knits: À bientôt

It’s been almost nine years since my first day on the job at Berroco. I’ve enjoyed my time…learning, stretching, growing and spending time with all of you. And all that time, I’ve been commuting weekly between two states. Read more

Get to Know Berroco: Our New Design Director

If you couldn’t tell from the title of this post (or the picture), I have some HUGE news to share! Next month, the oh-so-talented Amy Christoffers will be joining our team as the new Design Director!

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What Inspires: Good Music

With the deadline looming for our Fall/Winter 2014 photo shoot, we are all sneaking in knitting whenever we can. To keep up my physical and creative energy – and to keep from going crazy – I’ve been consuming copious amounts of coffee, tea, chocolate and good music. Read more

Get to Know Berroco: Berroco Remix

There are a lot of things that make Berroco Remix a special yarn. Even before I knit my Adeline in it, I was intrigued by its rustic look and the way it felt – soft but full of texture. How does Remix get such a unique look and feel? It’s actually an interesting story…

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