Category Archives: colorwork

Introducing the Strands of Color

Add a dash of luxury to your everyday wardrobe and home staples this fall with these detailed color work motifs. Strands of Color introduces you to 15 manageably sized color work projects ranging from accessories to practical home knits, that add a burst of color to your everyday needs.

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Enchanting Colorwork Yokes from the Encircled Collection

Encircled started with one word: YOKES. It may or may not have been excitedly half-shouted out to a meeting full of easily startled people. We were already excited about the possibilities, the response from our designers was wonderful, and we're thrilled to finally be able to offer every one of these magical designs.

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Free Dishcloth Pattern – Aries

Calling all Aries (and those who love them)! We have a project just for you - check out the third in our year long Zodiac Dishcloth Series - the Aries Dishcloth by Beth Major.

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Fun with Fair Isle Sachets Pattern - Knitpicks.com
12 Weeks of Gifting – Free Lavender Sachet Pattern!

Welcome to this week's FREE Twelve Weeks of Gifting pattern: Fun with Fair Isle Lavender Sachets! Whether you like to brighten the scent of your knits with lavender, or need a small project in which to try fair isle knitting for the very first time, these sachets are the perfect portable project.

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New Chroma Twist Yarn!

Introducing our brand new Chroma Twist yarn! Available in fingering and bulky weights, this yarn is perfect for accessories like socks, mittens, cowls, shawls and hats.

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WIP Intarsia Knitting Baby Blanket
All About the Blankets – Intarsia Style

Hello Stash Readers! Hold onto to your hats, not only for the impending fall winds, but because I am making an intarsia baby blanket. You may remember me from my intro podcast or the post about my knitting the Learn to Knit Kit Scarf, if not I will give you a brief introduction. I am the merchandise planner for Knit Picks and new to completed project knitting. I'm great at starting things, but I was always merely dabbling. It wasn't until I started working here that the bug truly took hold, maybe a little slower than others, but I've caught it and have gone a touch off the rails. Once I mastered the knit stitch, completing my garter stitch scarf, I started another scarf in Tuff Puff practicing stockinette, and that is coming along swimmingly.

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12 Weeks of Gifting starts now!

It's that time of year again, where many crafters start making their list of handmade gifts to make for the people we love. (Unless you are much more organized than us and started months ago!) To give you some ideas, we are offering one of our exclusive patterns for free for one week only for the next 12 weeks!

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Fair Isle Tip of the Week with Andrea Lum

In our last installment of Fair Isle Tip of the Week, Andrea Lum talks about the specifics: yarn dominance, holding your yarn, and managing floats. If you're new to fair isle knitting, these might be completely new topics to you but don't worry! Andrea is here with some useful tips that are sure to get your fair isle knitting off to a great start. For great fair isle patterns, check out our newest collection, Creative Color: 2016 Fair Isle Collection, also available as an ebook!

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Fair Isle Tip of the Week with Andrea Lum

Have you tried fair isle knitting before? When you're reading a fair isle chart, things can get a bit tricky. This week, Andrea Lum gives some tips on reading your chart effectively, and mentions tools that can help you along the way.

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