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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

Weaving Wednesdays – Herringbone Sampler

I’m pretty excited about this current weaving project. For years now, I’ve wanted to weave my own fabric for a custom-sewn jacket. And finally, I’m going to make it happen. In fact, I’m making two of them! Yonca, our sales director (and my boss) caught wind of my plan and requested a jacket for her … Continue reading Weaving Wednesdays – Herringbone Sampler

Wednesday, November 23rd @ 6PM

Free Pattern Friday – Sideline Scarves

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Just in time for football season (and gift knitting season!), we have the Sideline Scarves. And a photo tutorial! Each scarf requires 1 ball of Uptown Worsted Spirit Stripes and 1 ball of Uptown Worsted. 1 strand of each yarn is held together throughout the scarf. Though these scarves look like intarsia, … Continue reading Free Pattern Friday – Sideline Scarves

Friday, November 18th @ 4PM
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