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  1. New Yarn - BettaKnit Prato Cotton and Pima Cotton

    We are aware the difficulties experienced by people with neurosensitive conditions accessing Ravelry’s new layout, still we want to support the independent designers dependent on using the platform as a publishing tool. Therefore, please note, that from now on all the links sending you to Ravelry will open up in the old format. Well summer is not necessarily the the...
    New Yarn - <span>BettaKnit</span> Prato Cotton and Pima Cotton
  2. Time For a New Project - Knitting with Cumulus & ...

    Cumulus is one of my favourite fuzzy yarns we have in the shop and we have expanded the range. With a great selection of jewel like colours there has never been a better time to try out this yarn. Cumulus is wonderful just on its own but it is also great combined with a whole host of other yarns. Cumulus...
    Time For a New Project - Knitting with <span>Cumulus & ...</span>
  3. New Yarn: Norne BFL Mini Skein Sets and BFL / Silk / Cashmere

    It seems like a long time ago since we launched Norne Yarn at Unravel in March. At the time we had two bases - Merino, Silk, Yak Singles and Merino, Silk, Yak DK. We were won over by the rich and vibrant colours of Tuva's. Her colours are inspired by Norse Mythology and are all hand dyed in Norway. They...
    New Yarn: Norne BFL Mini Skein Sets and BFL / Silk / Cashmere
  4. Yarn Pairings - Amirisu Issue 20

    Amirisu is a stylish and contemporary knitting magazine from Japan and is now in its twentieth issue. The theme of this issue is Les Aventures and features designers from Japan and around the world. Pre-order your Issue here. A beautiful collection of designs from the simply elegant to the elegantly simple. There are twelve knitting patterns alongside other content. A...
    Yarn Pairings - <span>Amirisu</span> Issue 20
  5. Get Organised!

    I have to say I go through phases of being completely organised to complete chaos when it comes to my craft supplies and materials. All this time spent at home has made me a little guilty about what a state they are currently in. I hope writing this blog post will jump start some tidying and maybe give you some...
    Get <span>Organised</span>!
  6. FO Friday - Roland Jumper

    I'm very pleased to bring you this FO Friday. This jumper has been a WIP for a long, long time. Three years in fact. If you read my WIP Wednesday post from April you would have seen that the reason I had lost interest in it. I was struggling to get the right size and was planning to frog it...
    FO Friday - Roland Jumper
  7. The Fibre Co. - Pattern Giveaway

    We love The Fibre Co here at Knit With Attitude. Their range of yarn always surprises us with interesting blends that are not only fun to knit with, but create beautiful garments. Not only are the yarns gorgeous they also have high ethical standards and the Fibre Co are conscious throughout all levels, from fibre sourcing to production and distribution...
    <span>The Fibre Co.</span> -  Pattern Giveaway
  8. Yarn Pairings For Making No. 9 - Simple

    Making is one of those magazines that combines different crafts in a thoughtful and well curated manner. This issue is no exception, with its theme of Simple. With many crafts, projects, knits and new skills to learn, this issue of Making has a calming washed out pastel aesthetic. It's cool and gentle and a breath of fresh air. As I...
    Yarn Pairings For Making No. 9 - Simple
  9. WIP Wednesday – Blocking and Swatching

    This WIP Wednesday I am going to talk a little bit about blocking and swatching. I recently saw on a friend and colleague of ours Natalie Selles' (@leeleetea) instagram stories about how she was struggling to work out her gauge over a large area of cabled and textured stitches. Even though she had swatched for the project. She wasn't getting...
    <span>WIP</span> Wednesday – Blocking and Swatching
  10. FO Friday – Festoon Socks

    Yes I have a FO (Finished Object)! I skipped my WIP Wednesday post this week to put some energy into finishing them. There are only so many WIPs I can have lying around and I was starting to build up quite a backlog. So may I present my finished Festoon Socks. The Festoon Socks are a pattern by Rachel Coopey...
    <span>FO</span> Friday – Festoon Socks
  11. WIP Wednesday – Roland Jumper

    Carrying on from last weeks WIP Wednesday post I am revisiting my old WIPs and starting by exploring the yarns used. Hopefully with the aim that I will reignite my passion for them and start posting some FO (finished object) Friday posts! I feel really guilty about this poor forgotten jumper. The reason I stopped is because it was coming...
    <span>WIP</span> Wednesday – Roland Jumper
  12. Let's Stash Dive

    During these strange times we may be spending a lot more time at home than we would usually do. But crafters should not fear, this is our time to reacquaint ourselves with projects we may have discarded, or special skeins of yarn that maybe lingering unloved. We should use this time to reconnect with our stash. I'm sure there is...
    Let's <span>Stash Dive</span>

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