Free Bamboo Rib Dishcloth Pattern

Notice that the stiffest tree is most easily cracked, while the bamboo or willow survives by bending with the wind.” – Bruce Lee

Bamboo is such a wonderful beautiful plant – it shows up around here a lot as a decorative feature in yards as privacy fence or as a gorgeous art piece in the home. If you’re a fan as well, our newest member of the Scrub-A-Dub Club is for you! Check out the free Bamboo Rib Dishcloth pattern.

Free Bamboo Rib Dishcloth Pattern from Knit Picks

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Flaunt

Flaunt Featured Image
Knitters of all skill levels will be excited to hear about our new collection, Flaunt!  These bulky accessories are as quick to knit as they are fashionable and glamorous. 15 patterns fill these pages showing the ins and outs of how to make some gorgeous scarves, cowls, and wraps. Stay toasty and look fresh all through the fall and winter …

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New Capretta Superwash!

We love luxurious Capretta! What is not to love? The superbly soft cashmere yarn is perfect for special projects, small accessories or if you really want to treat yourself, a sweater or cute cardi. Now it is perfect for socks because Capretta now comes in SUPERWASH!
Capretta is Capra’s fingering weight sibling and is a blend of 80% Fine Merino/10% Cashmere/10% Nylon. The addition of nylon makes it ideal for super soft socks but it’s also well suited for fine-gauge knits …

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Monthly Yarn Sale: Alpaca Cloud

Alpaca Cloud Yarn
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 …

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Free Hipacious Houndstooth Dishcloth

Fashion fades, only style remains the same.
– Coco Chanel

When looking into the background of this week’s free dishcloth pattern, the super cute Hipacious Houndstooth Dishcloth, I learned some fun facts. First, the oldest known occurrence of the unique checked pattern was a cloak dated between 360 and 100 BC in Sweden, though contemporary patterns were to have originated in Scotland. Second,the smaller scale version of the pattern is called puppytooth, which delights me to no end.

Free Houndstooth Dishcloth Pattern - The Hipacious Houndstooth Dishcloth from Knitpicks.com

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Podcast 283: Cable Couture


Cabling seems to be that rare and perfect crafting technique: essentially simple, but seemingly infinite in its potential complexity. Not content to rest on the historical laurels of ganseys, arans, and traditional cables, our newest collection pushes into this inexhaustible expanse of possibility to elevate the cable to new heights of fashion.

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So long Summer, hello Autumn!

We don’t know about you, but around here we LIVE for fall. Not only does the weather turn crisp, but we can finally wear (and show off) all the cozy things we’ve been working on all summer. If you’re looking for new projects to start or just want to indulge in a little early fall inspiration, read on!
Knit Picks Oscar Wilde fall quote
 

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Hand Picked by Knit Picks

Hand Picked Subscription
Welcome to our latest creation, the Hand Picked by Knit Picks subscription boxes. Would you look forward to receiving a monthly package complete with the finest yarn, patterns, tools, and accessories? Well, then look no further! Each month the Knit Picks crew will hand pick knitting projects, along with everything you’ll need to complete your project. Wait there’s more! We have 3 …

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Free Downloadable September 2018 Calendar

Happy September! The unofficial start of fall is this weekend – air cooling (a bit), kids back in school and pumpkin spice everywhere. But to us, Fall means breaking out the wool socks after a summer of running barefoot (well, maybe that’s just me). To celebrate we’ve gathered some of our favorite colors of Hawthorne stare at longingly throughout the month.

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