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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Triangulate cowl is hot new knitting pattern

Bristol Ivy posted the news of her new cowl pattern on Twitter this morning. And it's a winner! The knitting designer has cleverly knit away the dangling ends of the shawl in organic worsted yarn, 'Pioneer,' produced by A Verb for Keeping Warm, a fiber arts store and natural dye studio, in Oakland, California. It's part of the California Wool Project, a collaboration with Sally Fox, who owns a merino sheep farm in Yolo County. The "Triangulate Cowl" knitting pattern is knit on US 8 needles and requires 320 yards or 2 skeins.

photo courtesy Bristol Ivy/ravelry.com

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Knitting community celebrates royal baby with free patterns


Since the 11th century, wool has been a driving force in Great Britain's economy. So it makes perfect sense that knitting and crochet designers and yarn companies are celebrating the new royal baby in a princely fashion. If you are a sucker for free patterns, baby patterns, now's the time to download all the goodies: toys, hats, baby bootie patterns, jumpers, and crowns, yes, crowns!
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