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Meet Heidi, our newest TCK model! oaken shawl and blanket Lately I’ve been inspired by heavy weight lace. It may seem like those two ..read more
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Recently I was sorting through my MASSIVE pile of works-in-progress (commonly known as WIPs), and I came across this a nearly finished kid ..read more
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In order to create Strange Brew Emily and I spend a LOT of time swatching colour combinations and motifs. Some sweaters just took a swatch ..read more
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How do I love my knitting machine? Let me count the ways! At the end of 2017, I got a knitting machine, and embarked on a journey of ..read more
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This is a step-by-step tutorial on the Beloved Bonnet pattern. You can find the pattern on our website or Ravelry. The pattern lists the ..read more
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When Hunter was 4 she started asking to learn to knit. I got her some needles and yarn and (with very low expectations) we started to knit ..read more
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I haven’t always knit sweaters for myself. For a long time it seemed like an infinite amount of knitting. I’d knit sweaters for our ..read more
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pink and green – fresh new territory Green isn’t generally one of my go-to colours. As you’ll see from this post on my very ..read more
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I’ve always loved the extreme increase and decrease moves you see in Estonian lace patterns. I remember first coming across them in ..read more
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Being self-employed isn’t easy. You not only have to MAKE the work (and that work must be of high quality), but then you must also sell ..read more

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