Category Archives: KP Classroom

Alpaca Cloud Yarn
Monthly Yarn Sale: Alpaca Cloud

Autumn is my absolute favorite season and it’s so close I can almost hear the leaves crinkling underfoot! Without fail this is the time of year that my needles start to work a little harder, preparing for the chilly months ahead. If you’re like me, then this is the perfect time for our monthly yarn sale to feature Alpaca Cloud! The warmth and airy softness of alpaca fibers makes them one of the best for light, cozy fall accessories. Holding the yarn double will also let you make heavier-duty accessories that can even tame the chill of winter. At only $5.38/50g hank, this month’s yarn sale will help you wrap yourself in warmth and the super-soft plushness of baby alpaca fibers! Here are a few of my favorite ...

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KP Classroom: Knit Sweaters

Welcome to the Knit Picks Classroom, where you can polish up your crafting education from the comfort of your own couch! Each month we will focus on a specific skill. This month, as fall approaches (yay!), you'll learn how to knit sweaters.

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Gnome and Toadstool Scarf Pattern from KnitPicks.com
KP Classroom: Intarsia

Welcome to the Knit Picks Classroom, where you can polish up your crafting education from the comfort of your own couch! Each month we will focus on a specific skill. This month you'll learn how to knit intarsia, which is a technique used when working with blocks of colour, so that you don’t have to carry the yarn across the back of the work.

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Free Knotted Cables Dishcloth pattern from KnitPicks.com
KP Classroom: Learn to Knit Cables

Welcome to the Knit Picks Classroom, where you can polish up your crafting education from the comfort of your own couch! Each month we will focus on a specific skill. This month you'll learn how to knit cables.

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Knit Picks Classroom: Sock School

In my humble opinion, handmade socks are the perfect project  - they can be as simple or as complicated as you want them to be, they're small and portable so they can be worked on anywhere, a typical pair of socks takes less than 100 grams of yarn and, best of all,  the end product is something everyone can use. Now is the best time to get in on the fun - our fabulous Felici sock yarn is now on sale!

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