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  1. A Year Long Knit-A-Long - Synonym Kits

    2021 is the Knit With Attitude Year Long Knit A Long! Every month we celebrate a pattern from the Knit With Attitude Anniversary Collection. To read all about it see the introductory blog post. Next up in the Year Long Knit Along is Synonym by George Cullen. A striped scarf with panels of lace that alternated between two different fibres. Knit in...
    A Year Long Knit-A-Long - Synonym Kits
  2. New Yarn - Introducing Nomadnoos

    It is always exciting when a whole new brand arrives at Knit With Attitude and we can't wait to introduce you to Nomadnoos. This range of hand spun yarn is both ethical and sustainable, with a positive social and environmental impact. We are introducing two different ranges of yarn and some cool accessories. Read on to discover everything Nomadnoos. image...
    New Yarn - Introducing <span>Nomadnoos</span>
  3. New Yarn – Garthenor Preseli

    What more yarn? Yes! Garthenor Preseli has come to join our selection from Garthenor. Garthenor Preseli is a 4ply weight blend of blend of organic Polwarth, Romney and Hebridean wools. To create the subtle, complex pair of bases that make up Preseli, they're mill-blended as tops before spinning. By blending this way, the result is a smooth, even top that...
    New Yarn – Garthenor <span>Preseli</span>
  4. A Year Long Knit-A-Long - Resilience Kits

    2021 is the Knit With Attitude Year Long Knit A Long! Every month we celebrate a pattern from the Knit With Attitude Anniversary Collection. To read all about it see the introductory blog post. We are starting with Resilience by By Karie Westermann. This cute colourwork mitten and cowl set features a repeating tree motif and is knit in Hillesvåg...
    A Year Long Knit-A-Long - Resilience Kits
  5. New Yarn - Garthenor Snowdonia Sock

    We've expanded the range of Garthenor at Knit With Attitude and we have some exciting new yarns to introduce to you. Today I take a look at Snowdonia Sock. A beautiful 100% British, nylon free, organic sock yarn. Garthenor began in 1999 with a small flock of sheep. When Garthenor began, there were no organic standards for wool yarns. They...
    New Yarn - Garthenor <span>Snowdonia Sock</span>
  6. 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>
  7. Yarn Pairings for Amirisu Issue 21

    The Autumn/Winter Issue of Amirisu is here, with 12 elegantly simple but classic designs. This issue is titled 'From Land to Needles' and explores the yarns sources and traces it back to the natural fibres we use. Think simple shapes with sometimes bold and sometimes understated texture and a clever use of colour. The designers include: Stella Egidi, Keiko Kikuno...
    Yarn Pairings for <span>Amirisu</span> Issue 21
  8. One Cool Wool, Two Cool Wool, Three Cool Wool, Four!

    One of the most regular questions I get asked is 'How many balls of Cool Wool do I need for a scarf'? Cool Wool is a chunky 100% Peruvian wool we have just started stocking. It comes in a wild range of fun colours and it is the perfect beginners yarn. Being chunky it knits on 10-12mm needles, which makes...
    One Cool Wool, Two Cool Wool, Three Cool Wool, Four!
  9. Yarn Pairings for Pompom Issue 35

    Pompom 35 is bright, bold and beautiful! We were expecting nothing less from a theme of 'Colourful Collaborations'. This issue has been guest edited by Stephen West and Aimée Gille and they have chosen the designs based on their colourful combinations. So as the days start to shorten and the weather cools, have a look at these bright and cheery...
    Yarn Pairings for <span>Pompom</span> Issue 35
  10. Yarn Pairings For Making No. 10 - Intricate

    Such welcome pages of joy await us in this new issue of Making. Making number 10 will chase away these grey, rainy, autumnal days we are having in London. Making is a magazine not just for knitters but for lovers of all crafts. Between the covers there are projects to knit, sew, quilt, weave, crochet and more. This issue is...
    Yarn Pairings For <span>Making No. 10</span> - Intricate
  11. Time to Amble! - New Yarn from the Fibre Co.

    I'm really excited about this new sock yarn from the Fibre Co. At the beginning of the year I challenged myself to knit a pair of socks a month. So far I have done 9 and should really get going with my 10th pair! Well inspiration awaits in the form of Amble! Amble is a 4ply sock yarn blend of...
    Time to Amble! - New Yarn from the Fibre Co.
  12. Time for a new project - Icelandic Lopapeysa

    The Lopapeysa originates in Iceland in early or mid-20th century, at a time when imports had displaced older and more traditional Icelandic clothing and people began to search for new ways to utilise the plentiful native wool. The design has since become a national icon for Icelandic cultural identity.
    Time for a new project - Icelandic <span>Lopapeysa</span>

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