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Knitscene

Knitscene

Knitscene's Spring 2019 issue is out with the cutest pullover in our Elfin Tweed! Elongated stitches imitate the directional markings of a compass rose and create a light fabric with beautiful drape. The hem is worked flat in two pieces, then the body is worked in the round and separated again at the armholes. Finished Size 36 (38¼, 40¼, 43¼, 46¼, 50½, 54¼)“ circumference at underarm. Top shown measures 38¼”; modeled with 
1¼“ of positive ease.
 Yarn Knit One Crochet Too Elfin Tweed (60% merino wool, 20% baby llama, 10% bamboo, 10% donegal; 208 yd (191 m)/1¾ oz (50 g)):...

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Nikola Poncho

Nikola Poncho

The newest pattern we have published on Ravelry is Our Nikola poncho. This elegant poncho is a little different then your usual poncho design.

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Kalimera Top

Kalimera Top

Our Kalimera Top is now available on our website and Ravelry.  This breezy top is worked in our Batiste Yarn in color Pewter.  This top is worked in 2 pieces flat in a fun and easy open stitch. If you can YO and center decrease you can do this stitch. I designed this top to be to be worked in two pieces to add a little structure and weight to the sides seam. Both pieces have no shaping except for the simple short rows on the shoulder and slight shaping for the neck edge.  When deciding what size to make...

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Niya

Niya

Our Niya yarn is a perfect yarn for this time of the year. Made of 100% silk in a worsted weight and comes in 7 beautiful rustic colors.  We love that you can take those worsted weight pullover /sweater patterns and make them in Niya and it will take you from deep winter to  spring and even summer in some areas.  Here are a few patterns we have designed in this yarn.  Some other designs you could use this yarn for is  Andrea Mowry's Weekender If you were going to do this pullover in Niya here is what you will...

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Our Interview in Yarn Market News!

Our Interview in Yarn Market News!

We are sooo excited for our interview to be out in Yarn Market News. I was so thrilled that they chose me to be featured. It has been a labor of love continuing to bring life to Knit One, Crochet Too yarns and designs. I never thought I would have a career where I work 24 hours 7 days a week and never get tired of it. Every day I wake up both stressed and excited about an upcoming design or new yarn development. I hope I will be able to bring all of my yarn friends many more years...

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