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Fall/Winter 2013 Preview

Can you believe it’s almost time for a new season of Berroco patterns? That means eight new booklets with more than 70 beautiful patterns! We’ll be sharing our full collection for Fall/Winter ’13 in just a few weeks! But really, who can wait that long?  Read more

Norah’s Knits: Sneak Peek

Wheew…the five grueling days of photo shoot are finally over. The shoots can be fun.  It’s so great to see our designs styled and photographed, but that all takes a lot of work and many decisions made on the fly.  It always feels like performance art. Read more

On Location: Fall/Winter 2013 Photo Shoot

I’m writing today from the beautiful village of Wickford, located on Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay. Photo shoots are so much fun!

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Get to Know Berroco: Pitti Filati

Did you know that nearly half of our current yarns come from Italy? That’s one of the reasons why our semi-annual trips to Pitti Filati are so important!

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KnitBits Preview: New for Spring/Summer 2013

When it comes to unveiling a new collection, I’m honestly not sure who is more excited.  We know a lot of you have been eagerly awaiting our new yarns and spring & summer knitting patterns.  But everyone in the Berroco design office is thrilled to finally share the secrets we’ve kept for months!

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KnitBits Preview: Enduring Favorites

Did you know the Berroco Design Team creates nearly 200 new patterns every year?  While we’re constantly thinking up new designs, we still love to see that people are continuing to knit some of our enduring favorites.  You know the ones I mean.  They’re the designs you make in multiple colors or for every family member.  The sweater you knit when it’s new and again, when you’ve worn out the first one.

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KnitBits Preview: A Fine Italian Yarn

Berroco yarn is manufactured in mills all over the world, but we do most of our buying twice a year at a huge trade show in Florence, Italy.  That’s where our beautiful Berroco Cirrus comes from.  There’s an interesting story about this fine Italian yarn, and the family that makes it, in tomorrow’s KnitBits.

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