Together We Create!

Since the Knit Picks staff have all been at home these past few weeks, we, of course, have been knitting and crocheting up a storm! We all have different reasons for it – first and foremost, it’s something that we obviously love to do, but it also helps us stay connected to each other and to our online community, even if we can’t be out & about. So we thought we’d share some of our projects with you and would …

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Podcast Episode 319: Behind the Scenes – Eco Yarns and Subscription Boxes

Today we take a trip behind the scenes at Knit Picks to talk about two of our popular programs! We’re busy adding to and refining our subscription boxes and eco yarn offerings throughout the year and wanted to share some of the stories and highlights from both. 

First up, Alison and Hannah talk about their history of developing new eco yarns. From past …

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Style it! Better Together Marled Knits

From work to running errands around town, our Better Together: Marled Knits pattern collection has something for every occasion. Arriving just in time for cooler spring mornings and chilly summer nights, this pattern collection has 16 cozy and colorful patterns. Each project features unique textures created by holding two yarns together, making these garments easy to make and pair with different outfits.

Business Casual

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Podcast Episode 318: Beyond Finishing – Mending and Embellishing

Sweater knit in Swish Rainforest Heather

Knits are meant to be loved and used which means that a knitter’s work is never truly done. Whether there are holes to be mended or you want to add some fiber flair to your project, Stacey, Lee, Alison and Hannah share some of their favorite ways to mend and embellish knits. 

First up, wool moths and …

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A Botanical Yarn Dyeing Journey

Welcome to the amateur dyeing adventures of me, Regan, one of the photographers for Knit Picks! I want to preface this by saying that this is not a tutorial. I’m just having a fun time experimenting! So join the ride as I create a mess of my kitchen.

Muse // Woodland Tweed // Twill

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