Podcast Call for Entries: Designer CRUSH

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Is there one designer you really love? Have you knit too many of their designs to even count? If you have what we’re calling a “designer crush”, total admiration and love for a knitwear/crochet designer, let us know! You could get to talk to that designer for an upcoming podcast, and ask her/him the questions on your mind. Email us at podcast@knitpicks.com. We’d love to hear from you!


12 comments

  1. sandeep / October 24, 2014

    Great

  2. Kathy / October 24, 2014

    Laura Nelkin, is my favorite designer I can’t keep up with everything of hers I want to knit.
    Kathy Academy 30 Reverly OD

  3. Jacqueline Strand / October 24, 2014

    Actually, I just came across a designer that I had not known until this week and I love her sweater patterns. Her name is Kat Goldin – http://www.slugsontherefrigerator.com/

    I am really in love with this “Soft Grey Cardigan” – http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/soft-grey-cardigan

    It is a gorgeous Men’s sweater in Tunisian crochet – it’s coming out in her newest book soon called “Hook, Stitch & Give.”

  4. Jacqueline Strand / October 24, 2014

    I just posted about a new designer I discovered but in answer to your question “Is there one designer you really love” – that would be Sandra Paul at http://sandra-cherryheart.blogspot.ca/
    I am always totally captivated by her designs, her use of color, and how she uses motifs to create gorgeous, practical items.

  5. Gloria / October 24, 2014

    Laura Nelkin, Amazing patterns with great support.

  6. SuthernGirl / October 25, 2014

    It has to be Anne Hanson for me. Working on my Ivar now…..

  7. Jane / October 25, 2014

    I have a tie. I love Jen Lucas and Wendy Johnson!

  8. Julie Ann / October 25, 2014

    My designer crush is Laura Nelkin…my fave!!!

  9. Shaina Scott / October 28, 2014

    Ysolda Teague. Hands down. Lol, my knitting buddies all tease me about the fact hat I’m constantly referencing her blog posts and techniques in everyday conversation. I can’t help it, though. She’s my age, I’ve followed her blog from before she published her first book and it’s just been so inspiring to watch her develop as a designer and person. She gives me hope that I can do the same thing, too. ^_^

  10. Julia / October 30, 2014

    Stephanie Dosen! How can you NOT be in love with the Hexipuffs for the Beekeeper’s Quilt? I’m working on her Meow Mitts right meow 🙂

  11. lisap / April 3, 2015

    I know this is an older post but I just wanted to add Carol Sunday. She has some really lovely patterns! and I second Ysolda Teague : )