Wool of the Andes Worsted Love (& 10-Packs Limited Release)!

I’ve long been a big fan of Wool of the Andes worsted weight yarn! It’s a fantastic basic wool, and you can now grab a 10-pack for a limited time only, either in one of our curated multi-color choices, or in all the same color, perfect for a sweater! I’ve only been working at Knit Picks for a few months, but I was designing knits for many years before I started here, and I’ve used this fantastic basic wool …

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Accents: Small Accessories – Big impact

Knit Picks Accents Collection
Bold. Modern. Colorful. More than just an afterthought, accessories provide much needed comfort against the rigors of daily modern life–the comforting embrace of a shawl, a hat to fortify against the cold, a cowl to envelop your senses. These small adornments often play a big role in our wardrobes, allowing us to make a personal statement while remaining ultra cozy. …

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We <3 Winter!

It’s finally here – the woolen garment high season. While our catalog is making its way to your mailbox, we thought we’d take a moment to share what’s new for us this winter. With three new pattern collections, new and returning yarns, and some fabulous new organizational tools, there’s no shortage of inspiration to be had. So cozy up, and read on!
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New Year, New Resolutions

New year, who dis? Just kidding. We know it’s you, our beloved blog readers! It’s the beginning of a new year, which of course means tending to the often maligned task of committing to a resolution of some sort. We’ve made it easy on ourselves and made our resolutions knitting/crocheting/sewing/organizing related, so our chances of completion are pretty good. Here’s what we have our sights set on for 2019:

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Sock Labs: December

Like a fresh summer breeze, our newest sock lab will take you right back to summer. Inspired by bright ice cream flavors, these two new colors come to you on our supple Stroll yarn.

The bright pops of speckles and gorgeous hand-painted hues …

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