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  1. Introducing Triskelion Yarn

    We are extremely excited to introduce Triskelion Yarn. Triskelion is the product of yarn dyer Caerthan Wrack and we have two of his bases and his gorgeous intensive hand balms. We met and got to know Caerthan from various yarn shows we attended and have had great fun hanging out after a busy day and putting the world to rights...
    Introducing Triskelion Yarn
  2. Inspiration and Kits for Sea Mist Shawl by George Cullen

    I am really excited to be part of Laine Issue 11. My design Sea Mist appears in the issue next to some other gorgeous designs by some talented designers. My inspiration for the shawl was from trips to the Cornish coast where me and my boyfriend have spent many holidays. We like to walk the coast path and enjoy being...
    Inspiration and Kits for Sea Mist Shawl by George Cullen
  3. Story Time - Hoddmime's Forest

    In Norse mythology Ragnarok is when the humans and gods collide in conflict and despair. It is the end of the world, in fire and battle, and almost all gods and humans die. The description of the end times does not sound great, there will be a winter lasting for several years, kinsfolk and friends will be slaying each other...
    Story Time - Hoddmime's Forest
  4. What George Knits – Tuva's Arrows by Julie Knits in Paris

    So the gorgeous Norne Yarn arrived at Knit With Attitude and with that delivery came the most amazing and most deeply sumptuous green. Its no secret that I love green, almost everything I own is green! But when the custom dyed Knit With Attitude colour Hoddmime's Forest landed it was love at first sight. This colour inspired by Norse mythology...
    What George Knits – Tuva's Arrows by Julie Knits in Paris
  5. What Maya Knits - Filigree Sweater by Julie Knits in Paris

    There is this saying I've kept coming back to throughout my adult life, which goes something like 'if it ain't broken, don't fix it.' the saying originates from Punk culture and the DIY movement, it is about sustainability, and a reflection on why 'replacing' and 'adding to' is quite symptomatic of our current culture. But I seem to be adding...
    What Maya Knits - Filigree Sweater by Julie Knits in Paris
  6. Yarn Pairings for Embody

    Embody is not only a knitting book, but also has sewing patterns. This interesting combination was put together by Jacqueline Cieslak using both her knitting and sewing expertise. The ethos behind this collection was to empower makers to create clothes that honour their bodies. Embody consists of three infinitely adaptable patterns — two knitting, one sewing — with bespoke instructions...
    Yarn Pairings for Embody
  7. Yarn Pairings for Pompom Issue 36

    Pompom 36 is bright cheery and full of colour. This spring issue is just what we need to shake off the grey winter. The designers in issue 36 have taken their inspiration from quilts. Inside are designs by: Amalia Sieber, Kindred Red, Ainur Berkimbayeva, Chantal Laplante, Gina Fama Röckenwagner, Inyoung Kim, Julie Robinson, Maria Matveeva and Wencke Pertermann. With nine...
    Yarn Pairings for <span>Pompom Issue 36</span>
  8. Let's talk about: Aleks Byrd

    With just a couple more sleeps until the iKnit7 Hilja Mitts KAL kicks off with our grand Cast On Party, what better occasion for me to tell you more about the Wonder Woman behind the Hilja Mitts (and my dear friend) Aleks Byrd. Now don't go ahead and think that I shower everyone with superlatives like this, when I say...
    Let's talk <span>about</span>: Aleks Byrd
  9. Yarn Pairings for Laine Issue 10

    We are really excited to see Laine Magazine back on our shelves. This truly is a beautiful knitting magazine, with is stunning photography, articles, recipes and of course amazing knitting designs. Issue 10 does not disappoint. Laine Issue 10 features 12 patterns by 11 different designers: Denise Bayron, Aleks Byrd, Maxim Cyr, Midori Hirose, Julie Hoover, Natasja Hornby, Mieka John...
    Yarn Pairings for <span>Laine</span> Issue 10
  10. Our anniversary collection – A Year Long Knit-a-Long

    As we're sweeping 2020 out of the door (good riddance) we've had a chance to reflect on the year that has passed. A year that brought so much we didn't ask for and took away so much we didn't expect, still it was the year that our humble little corner of the knitting world celebrated 10 years in existence. And...
    Our anniversary collection – A Year Long <span>Knit-a-Long</span>
  11. Deck the Halls!

    I'm seeing seasonal decorations popping up all over the place. Christmas has arrived. I don't know about you but I love to knit little Christmas decorations and every year have knitted a bauble or two. So I had great fun researching for this blog post. Read on and discover some inspiring ways to decorate your home this festive season. Please...
    Deck the Halls!
  12. Get Started with Knit How

    Knit How is one of most popular learn to knit books and now it is back in stock! For those curious to start knitting or looking for a knitty gift I have written this blog post with an introduction to the first project along with some suitable yarns and the right needles. Knit How takes you from the very beginning...
    Get Started with <span>Knit How</span>

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