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  • Get Inspired by Interpretations

    Interpretations1If you pay attention to current knitting trends, you'll undoubtedly be familiar with the names of Joji Locatelli and Veera Valimaki. Inspiring designers in their own rights, they have teamed up to create a series of pattern collections titled "Interpretations".
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  • Yarn Feature: Organic Cotton

    Caledonia CowlWe are thrilled to be expanding our collection of the newly re-branded Blue Sky Fibers (formerly Blue Sky Alpacas) with the addition of Organic Cotton Worsted. While a long time staple of their company, it is new to us this season and we are smitten!
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  • Project Focus: Line and Shadow

    Line and ShadowLast month at TNNA, our annual yarn market, we stumbled across a sample shawl that was truly something special. Line and Shadow, by Elizabeth Elliott, combines bias knitting with intarsia stripes to create this striking and generous wrap.
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  • Yarn Featurette: Meet Cormo

    Low Tide KitSingle-breed wool fiber has long been a favorite of spinners, but has recently risen in popularity in knitting yarn as well. Understanding the source of the wool you are considering can help you get the most out of a skein, by ensuring you will use it for the right project.
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  • Project Focus: A crisp & colorful wrap

    Shibui Twig is one of our favorite warm weather yarns. Its crisp blend of linen, recycled silk, and just a touch of wool create a fabric that is fashionable and wearable.
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