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Wednesday August 12, 2015

Share your knits with #knitcollage

Seeing our yarns out in the wild is the most amazing thing as a business owner. Through instagram and our hashtag #knitcollage, I've discovered beautiful knits and projects that incorporate them. One of my favorite posts is the yarn just being knit with wherever you happen to be. I get a glimpse into how and what you're knitting and I am obsessed with it.  When I started this company, I never thought in a million years that the yarns would make it to all these farfetched places and that they would inspire people to create such beautiful things. Working alone on my business, it's easy to feel like I'm slaving away without much feedback but seeing all these gorgeous projects makes me feel connected to this awesome community of makers in a way that I never have before. I usually check this tag about 100 times a day! So, please tag us on Instagram at #knitcollage so we can see where our yarn takes you. I've added a new page to our site called SHARE YOUR KNITS, this will link up to our instagram page with all #knitcollage tags. Yup, pretty excited about that!  Below I've made a few collages of instagram posts featuring our yarns, insanely inspiring. 

Thank you @madrim @maryannemoodie @theyarnbarnct @vickevira @eunseosis @braveamberbeats for the pics above ~ love them!

@altered_stitch @makeoneyarnco @susanesheby @loreleieurto @neenuca gorgeous pics shown above ~ can't beat baby with yarn!

@dianeelizabeth_ @liefsvannoor @chowciagreetings @sarahmazza @quarter_stitch

@annadezzign @jannus82 @iloveyouspidersandbats @cgilkey44 @stringyarns

@knitterlypetaluma @annaknitsalot @gogirlknitting @draadenpraat @altered_stitch @ravensymone @thelittleknittery

Wednesday May 13, 2015

The Star Chaser Tank Pattern

posted by: Amy Small in stargazer silk, sweaters & tops patterns

I couldn't be more excited to release the Star Chaser tank pattern by Susan Sheby today. It knits up in our gypsy inspired Stargazer Silk yarn. This yarn is tediously hand dyed and then beaded with silver colored brass sequins. Stargazer is perfect for open, drapey sumer knits like this one. The tank bodice is knit in a loose seed stitch while the body is knit in a scalloped lace stitch. Our favorite detail is the little petal-like cap sleeves thank hang over your shoulders.

 

In this pattern, the tank is knit from the bottom up and finished with a crochet yoke and straps that give a supportive framework to the loose, drapey quality of the body. The open stitch and loose silhouette make this style an easy one size fits most! This tank is meant to be loose and drapey. The knitted fabric is very stretchy due to the loose knit gauge. The crochet straps tie at the shouder making the length easily adjustable too. The pattern is available right here

Wednesday April 30, 2014

The Stargazer Gypsy Hat

posted by: Amy Small in hat patterns, stargazer silk

All the suitcases are packed and we are *almost* ready for the TNNA this weekend! If you'll be at this  tradeshow, please come visit us at booth #432!  In the midst of all the preparation madness, we thought it would be an excellent time to release a new free pattern. The Gypsy Hat calls for 1 skein of Stargazer Silk and will take no time at all to crochet up. The open stitch and slouchy shape make this hat perfect for a summer music festival or a weekend flea market trip. The pattern is available here.

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