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Tuesday March 22, 2016

The lazy knitters guide to knits for kids

Knit Collage Quick Knit Ideas and Projects for kids

With a new baby expected next month, we've got KIDDOS on the brain! Show them all the knitted love with one of our favorite projects. The best part? All of these use a teeny amount of our yarn and will take you no time to complete.


1. Clouds Rest Collection by Aimee Alexander knit in our Daisy Chain yarn
2. Fun Kids Hat by the Purl Bee knit in our Gypsy Garden yarn
3. Kitty Kids Hat knit in our Rolling Stone Yarn
4. Sweet Dreams Hat from Welcoming Home Baby by Tricia Drake knit in our Pixie Dust yarn
5. Shrug Bug by Gina Bonomo knit in our Rolling Stone yarn

Tuesday February 26, 2013

the pointy elf hat!

posted by: Amy Small in hat patterns, purl bee, sister yarn

Today I thought I'd continue to show off how beautiful our yarns look in the patterns from the book Last Minute Gifts by Joelle Hoverson. Last week, I blogged about my spiral seat cushion and this week I'd like to show our Pointy Elf Hat knit in Sister yarn. This hat magically transforms any child into one of Harry Potter's companions. We made the toddler size, which took about half a skein of yarn and knit up in just a few hours. For more details, visit the Ravely project page. Purl Soho is also selling 7 color-saturated & stunning exclusive colors of Sister yarn on their site also. All of the colors they picked out themselves and are only available here. Our hat is knit in one of their exclusive colors, Robins Egg Blue. I highly recommend trying this project out in our yarn! 

 

Who can forget the cover of this book?! This hat is the quite possibly the cutest thing ever!

Monday February 18, 2013

The Spiral Seat Cushion

posted by: Amy Small in home patterns, purl bee, sister yarn

Like most crafters out there I'm a big fan of Joelle Hoverson's, the creator of the Purl Bee and author of many an awesome knitting pattern. I have owned her book More Last Minute Knitted Gifts for a few years but just recently picked it up with the serious intention to make something from it. The book is packed with gorgeous project ideas and I'm thrilled that many Knit Collage yarns work well with them. The Spiral Seat Cushion pattern called my name, mainly because I have 2 beautiful wrought iron garden chairs that are not so comfy to sit on. I used our Sister yarn in Soft Ivory and loved the unevenness and handmade look of the finished cushion. I also striped in a few yarns from my stash to add some color. If you're interested in seeing my project on ravelry, click here. Now it's time to make the second one!

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