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Podcast Episode 236: New Spring Yarns and In Bloom!

Spring is the ideal time for new yarns and patterns that inspire! Having kept the exciting news under wraps for months, Jenny and Stacey finally get to gush about Hawthorne, a yarn line inspired by the neighborhoods in Portland! And for a bright twist, there is also Stroll Brights, a neon-inspired special reserve yarn line. Finally, Jenny and Stacey introduce In Bloom, the new Spring collection featuring 15 patterns from independent designers.

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In Bloom

In Bloom is our newest (gorgeous) spring collection, and I'm so thrilled that I get to talk a little more about it! There are fifteen light-weight projects ranging from the pretty little Flora Headscarf in Palette Bluebell to the super detailed lace weight Juliet Cardigan. There's something for everyone in this collection and it will definitely be my go-to as I prep for warmer weather and clearer skies.

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Sneaky Peeky!

  We're such teasers, aren't we? Get ready for lovely, spring-inspired knits, luscious plants and, of course, some handsome cats!

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A Glossy New Collection

Wondering what to do with those holiday gift certificates? Treat yourself to some luxurious Gloss DK yarn and the six beautiful patterns in our new Gloss 2014 Collection! This collection shows off the beauty and versatility of our signature silk blend yarn in six sweet projects.

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Podcast 231: New Winter Collections & Yarn

To ring in the new year, Jenny and Stacey get together to chat about new collections and yarn out for our Winter 2014 catalog! The first of three collections highlights the Gloss yarn line with 6 versatile designs, while the other two collections make the most of your yarn stash with patterns designed to use under 100 grams of yarn. The Under 100 Knit collection brings together 30 designs and the Under 100 Crochet collection features 10 designs - all of which are ideal for those odds and ends of yarn from the post-holiday crafting season. Finally, Jenny and Stacey talk about Brava's expanded range of colors and our ever-growing selection of free patterns (psst...be sure to check out our 52 weeks of dishcloths)! You can find our three new collections for Winter here: Gloss 2014 collection printed book Gloss 2014 collection ebook Under 100 Knit collection printed book Under 100 Knit collection ebook Under 100 Crochet collection printed book Under 100 Crochet collection ebook And be sure to check out all of our new Brava colors! 3 easy ways to listen...

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Introducing Caspian!

We're really excited to share our newest needle colorway, Caspian! Caspian is a beautiful blend of soothing blues and greens that mix together to make a very striking needle.  They're perfect for wood needle lovers, as they use our strong-and-smooth birch laminate wood and are polished to a soft sheen.  We've also created a new emerald-colored cable to match your needles.

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Take the chill off with the Glacier Bay collection!

Nothing like a foggy November morning to remind me that winter is nearly upon us! Here in the Pacific Northwest, we've had a few frosty mornings already. This is just the kind of weather that inspired my new Glacier Bay collection! This collection features six accessories that are stylish and cozy.

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My (almost finished!) Diadem cowl

When the samples of Diadem first arrived in our office, the thing I remember most was the feeling of being completely in awe of the colors! Immediately, I went into project brainstorming mode: grabbing colors, making notes of pattern possibilities, rearranging color palettes, piling up stitch dictionaries. Diadem in Tourmaline There were just so many good possibilities! And finally, after many piles of mini swatches (both knit and crochet), I settled on making a cowl with a simple stitch pattern to really show off the ever-so-subtle shade shifts.

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