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  1. Throwback Thursday –
    Herat Snood

    For this edition of Throwback Thursday we are looking at the Herat Snood. Knit in the super special From the Mountain - Afghan Cashmere. This pattern is ornamental and sumptuous and is a great way of honouring this equally as sumptuous yarn. Designed by Natalie Selles this snood is a great one skein project. Natalie says of the design: 'There’s nothing...
    Throwback Thursday – Herat Snood
  2. Throwback Thursday –
    Wrap Me Up Cardigan

    What better project to reminisce about now the weather is beginning to turn and the chill of autumn is in the air.  For this edition of Throwback Thursday we have the Wrap Me Up Cardigan. A massively inviting, cosy oversized cardigan designed by Maya and knit in the oh so soft Du Store Alpakka Hexa. This cardigan combines the magical softness...
    Throwback Thursday – Wrap Me Up Cardigan
  3. Throwback Thursday -
    Spitalfields Shawl

    For this, the first of the Throwback Thursday posts we are casting our minds back to 2015 and the 5th anniversary of Knit With Attitude. The aptly named Spitalfields Shawl takes its name from Maya's beginnings with Knit With Attitude. Maya started her shop as a stall at the Spitalfield's Market with two boxes of yarn. The Spitalfield's Shawl was launched at...
    Throwback Thursday - Spitalfields Shawl
  4. Yarn Pairings for Laine Issue 9

    It's that time of year where the lovely team at Laine tempt us with a new season of gorgeous knits from some of the most talented designers working today. We are never disappointed with what Laine produce, from their stunning photography to interviews, articles and seasonal recipes. This issue has 13 designs by Fiona Alice, Rachel Brockman, Olga Buraya-Kefelian, Aleks Byrd, Renée...
  5. Time for a new Project – Inspiration for the Starflake MKAL

    Stephen West is teasing us again! It's that time of year for a Mystery Knit Along or MKAL for short. Stephen West has been delighting and bewildering knitters for years with these ever so exciting MKAL's. This one is the 10th Anniversary MKAL and called Starflake so I'm hoping for something exciting. This time we are just looking at two...
  6. Knit a Rainbow - Green

    Here at Knit with attitude colour is one of the most debated topics. So instead of doing a fibre or brand feature, I thought I would do little colour ones instead. So this post bypasses projects and specific yarn weights and lets us just love colour. Hopefully if you have a favourite colour in mind, or just looking for that...
  7. Knit a Rainbow - Yellow

    Here at Knit with attitude colour is one of the most debated topics. So instead of doing a fibre or brand feature, I thought I would do little colour ones instead. So this post bypasses projects and specific yarn weights and lets us just love colour. Hopefully if you have a favourite colour in mind, or just looking for that...
  8. Knit a Rainbow - Orange

    Here at Knit with attitude colour is one of the most debated topics. So instead of doing a fibre or brand feature, I thought I would do little colour ones instead. So this post bypasses projects and specific yarn weights and lets us just love colour. Hopefully if you have a favourite colour in mind, or just looking for that...
  9. Knit a Rainbow - Red

    Here at Knit with attitude colour is one of the most debated topics. So instead of doing a fibre or brand feature, I thought I would do little colour ones instead. So this post bypasses projects and specific yarn weights and lets us just love colour. Hopefully if you have a favourite colour in mind, or just looking for that right...
  10. Time for a New Project - Inspiration for Navelli by Caitlin Hunter

    When a project comes along and is, light and summery, involves colour work, knit in merino singles, stylish and looks like a fun project to knit. I'm totally there. The new Navelli by Caitlin Hunter has me hooked. What with the burst of fun new Skinny Singles here at Knit With Attitude, literally a whole wall of them! What better...
  11. New Yarn: Nurturing Fibres - Eco-Lush

    There has been a lot of love for plant fibres lately here at Knit With Attitude. I think we are getting excited about summer and dreaming of all those outdoor knitting days. Also what is more exciting than introducing a new yarn! So here we go.... Nurturing Fibres Eco-Lush. A unique bamboo and cotton yarn from Nurturing Fibres. Nurturing Fibres...
  12. Exploring Plant Dyes

    It always amazes me what range of colours you can get from plants and plant material. Not only can they be subtle and delicate, they can be strong, punchy and vibrant. Plant dyes offer us a natural alternative to industrially used dyes. Often coming directly from the plant itself or from plant extracts. This can cut down on the harsher...

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