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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

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

Scavenger Hunt Winners (Website Edition)

Thanks to everyone who participated in our website scavenger hunt! I’m so glad you all had fun searching through finding these features on our website. Read more

Get to Know Berroco: Scavenger Hunt (Website Edition)

No matter how often you visit our website, there are probably a few features you have yet to explore. Well, you’re in luck! We’ve put together a quick and (hopefully) fun scavenger hunt to help you find your way around. If you answer all of the following questions correctly, you’ll be entered to win a FREE single pattern PDF dowload. (see full details below)

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Get to Know Berroco: Using Our Pattern Search Page

When we updated our website last year, we added a really awesome new pattern page with lots of improved search features. So many, in fact, that we realize it might be a bit overwhelming for some of you!

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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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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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