Monthly Archives: December 2017

Snuggle Express 2017

One of our favorite days of the year is when the wonderful Oregon Humane Society brings the Snuggle Express! This is a program they do every December for Portland/Vancouver businesses where they bring by kittens and puppies for staff to play and snuggle with. It always brings a smile to our faces so here are a few images from our time today:

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12 Weeks of Gifting – Sugar Twist Cowl

We’ve come to the end of 12 Weeks of Gifting!  The two and half months have certainly flown by. This week is our last free pattern in the series, but never fear, these patterns will be available year round for whenever you need quick gift. And I can guarantee that the project this week knits up super quick because I designed and knit myself – Check out the Sugar Twist Cowl.

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Meet Kate, New Administrative Assistant

Greetings! I am the newest marketing administrative assistant here at Knit Picks. I’ll be behind the scenes of all things social media, email, and design related. I consider it a dream come true to be working in an environment surrounded by so much crafty goodness.

Hey Kate! How long have you been at Knit Picks?
I started just after Thanksgiving of …

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Meet Brooke!

Hello!  I’m Brooke!  I’m the new graphic designer over at KnitPicks, and I’m super excited to be here.
My craft background is like a patchwork made out of things you find in the back of your art cabinet.  I’m a big fan of graphite, colored pencil, and ink work.  I’m also partial toward digital illustration, geometric sculpture, and finding random things to glue together.  I do knit and crochet, but I’ve never successfully knitted in the round (which I’m fixing to …

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Monthly Yarn Sale – Dyeable Bare Yarns!

Every month we highlight a different yarn line for our monthly yarn sale. This month’s stunner is our line of Bare, dyeable yarns! Most of our existing (and even some of our discontinued) lines are represented in this lineup. Always 100g, these yarns tend to be less expensive because they’re undyed which makes them ideal for budget-friendly knits in addition to being the ideal way to explore hand-dying. Getting the exact color you’ve always wanted has never been easier!

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