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Emily Explains: Wet Blocking and Blocking Wires

It’s the first day of our Fall/Winter ’15 photo shoot, which means the past couple of weeks have been all about finishing touches. One part of the process that is especially important is wet blocking. I thought I knew how to do it, but the girls in the office gave me a few pointers to achieve my ultimate blocking potential. Read more

Amy’s Thread: Knit.Purl Spring/Summer 2015

Fiora is not so secretly my favorite yarn of the season. With the stitch definition of cotton, the drape of viscose, the bounce of wool and the subtle shimmer of alpaca, Fiora is everything I want in an all-season yarn.

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Designer Spotlight: Simple Eyelet Cowl by Gretchen Tracy

Gretchen Tracy’s stash is filled with one or two skeins of various yarns that she is always trying to knit up in creative ways. Usually, she waits for the yarn to tell her what it wants to be…no matter how long it takes. Read more

Emily Explains: A Quick Knit for Saint Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! Today was off to a horrible start when I realized I forgot to wear something green! With some yarn and needles, I got right to work during my lunch break to solve this problem. I knitted myself a four leaf clover!

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Amy’s Thread: Mai Tai Winner

Thanks so much to everyone who entered our Mai Tai Giveaway! The winner is… Read more

Designer Spotlight: Hushfall by Joan Forgione

Some knitters like to follow a pattern line for line. Joan Forgione is not one of those knitters. She much prefers designing her own patterns – something she attributes to being “bossy.” Read more

Style Your Knits: Prickly Poppy

No matter how warm it gets, I never go anywhere in the summer without a lightweight cardigan. Read more

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