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Free Pattern Friday – Bruges Noel Shawl

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Bruges Noel Shawl in Classic Shades Metallic. This is the perfect time of year to highlight one of our most holly jolly colorways, 607 Zenith in Classic Shades Metallic.  We’ve previously shown off this color, in this 2014 blog post with a knitted project, shown below. Red, dark ash, … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Bruges Noel Shawl

Friday, December 9th @ 3PM

Trade Street Cowls and Hat – Applied Crochet Lines

Today, I have another tutorial involving a crochet hook  to go along with our In Transit e-book.  The Trade Street Cowls and Hat pattern uses contrasting applied crochet lines to create vertical stripes. The  lines are added to the purl columns in the finished pieces. It can be a lot of fun choosing the color for … Continue reading Trade Street Cowls and Hat – Applied Crochet Lines

Monday, December 5th @ 1PM

Free Pattern Friday – Squoosh Cowl

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Squoosh Cowl in Uptown Bulky Amplify.   Squoosh!   Squoosh!!   SQUOOOOSH!!!   The Squoosh Cowl lives up to its name. It’s made with one ball each of two colors in Uptown Bulky Amplify, a super soft anti-pilling acrylic with lots of bounce. Knit it up on size 13 … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Squoosh Cowl

Friday, December 2nd @ 4PM

Free Pattern Friday – Lilypad Afghan

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Lilypad Afghan in Major. Did you enjoy Thanksgiving?  Ready to snuggle up under a warm blanket?  We’ve got you covered (no pun intended). The Lilypad Afghan is composed of strips of join-as-you-go hexagons in four colors of big, beautiful Major (328yds/200g).  On a US Size J/10 (6 mm) hook, it zips … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Lilypad Afghan

Friday, November 25th @ 2PM
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Everybody that admires it is awed at the quality of the sequins (in Cotton Supreme Sequins).


I must say Naked Sock is a work horse. It stayed clean and strong through at least six cast on attempts. Must get more.


I did machine wash Cotton Supreme on cold gentle and machine dried on low, and it came out beautifully - looked the same as when it went into the wash with no pilling or stretching.