Heeelloooo, spring! Time to wrap up those wooly winter projects and delve in to your stash of cool cotton yarns. What’s that? Don’t have a project?! Well, our new Split Back Tank free pattern might be just what you’re looking for. Allison Griffith has done it again with this stunning, drapey tank in Lindy Chain.Read more »
The countdown to Spring is on and we’ve put together 6 layer-worthy looks featuring our new 2015 Spring Accessories collection. We asked Holly, the Multimedia Manager for Knit Picks, and Dawn, the Project Coordinator for our sister company Connecting Threads, to put together outfits featuring three projects from the Spring Accessories collection by showing off their own personal style.
I love how different and unique each of these looks turned out – and we hope you get inspired to start your own Spring Accessories style. And in the meantime, let’s get things started with the Dahlia Shawl!
PRINTS CHARMING: Spring is just around the corner, which means color will soon be popping up everywhere! Take this cue from nature and add bright colors into your wardrobe mix – try a fun printed dress and dress it up with coordinating accessories for a “spring has sprung” ensemble.Read more »
What are knitters and crocheters to do during the hot summer days, when a heavy wool project is just way too much to handle? Easy breezy cotton dishcloths! These small projects are perfect for a quick satisfying knit without weighing you down, and whether you’re fan of lace, cables, colorwork or all the above, we have over 250 free patterns to choose from.
At Knit Picks, this May is all about gorgeous new sock yarn colors, two fab collections (spoiler: one features SOCKS!), and a spectacular needle and hook sale! Read on to learn more about what’s new around here.Read more »
“If I tried to describe my personality, I’d start to gush about living by the ocean half my life and being brought up on ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and believing in magic for years and years./em>” – Sylvia Plath
There are many ways to make fun mitered squares, though most go from one end to another (for instance, the Ridge Washcloth). This week’s newest member of the Scrub-A-Dub club takes it once step further – check out the Through The Looking Glass Dishcloth.Read more »