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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

Designer Spotlight: Grace Notes Doll & Clothing by Beth Webber

Making dolls is Beth Webber’s passion – and more than that, it’s her talent. Whether sewn, crocheted or knit, she sees each one as “a tangible expression of grace.”

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Get to Know Berroco: Where to Find Yarn Amounts

One of the questions we get most often about our website is, “How can I buy a pattern when you don’t tell me the amount of yarn I need to make it?” Another common question, “Why don’t your patterns say what sizes they come in?” The thing is, our website does have this information. You just have to know where to look! Read more

Emily Explains: A Sewn Bind Off

Choosing a bind-off technique for your knitting project can be a difficult decision. There are so many options! I’m almost done knitting a shrug in Berroco Maya, and after the countless hours of work I’ve put into it, I need a bind off that is both flexible and elastic.   Read more

Amy’s Thread: What to Knit Next: Fringe

Forecasting fringe was one of the recurring themes for Spring 2o14 fashion on the runway and style blogs.

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Designer Spotlight: Reel of Cables Shell by Bonnie Barker

Above all else, Bonnie Barker loves to just hang out with her husband and five kids. But it’s hard to believe she finds the time with all of her hobbies! When she’s not decorating cakes, experimenting with photography, biking, playing tennis or one her musical instruments, she’s likely crocheting new designs. Read more

Emily Explains: A Little Trick For Picking Up Stitches

I have always liked garments with seams. I understand seamed garments. My mind visualizes in flat patterns, that can be put together to create a new form. However, I’m slowly learning seamless knitting techniques, which means little to no finishing! In my opinion that is pretty awesome, except for one small detail…picking up the stitches. Read more

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