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Ho Ho Ho! Knitting books for me!

Ho Ho Ho! Knitting books for me!

My family often uses my knitting wish list to inspire their shopping, and this year, I was lucky! Not one, but two knitting books to enjoy! My holiday knitting this year was light, and although I”m heads down into Emily Greene’s Divide Pullover , you can...

Creating Sequences in Life and Knits

[Knit 2, purl 1] to last three stitches… so goes a current sequence on a new Thorn by Bristol Ivy, which I started while sailing last week. Having knit this in 2014, I know that attention is needed with each new section of this easy yet detail specific scarf....
Strategies to Knit the #DividePullover

Strategies to Knit the #DividePullover

The minute I saw the cover of Wool People 11, knitting Emily Greene’s Divide┬ábecame a priority. Flowing lines and modern details offer an interesting knit and a versatile sweater – love it. While Divide is written as a pullover, the geometric pattern...

12 Textile Posts of Solstice

A long absence from the blogosphere, for sure… Did you think the election did me in? No, I’ve seen this type of change in Italy and Tunisia, so that’s not the explanation. Transitions sum up the last six weeks, a dozen blog posts lurking in my head...
Knitwear repair steps

Knitwear repair steps

My reputation as a knitwear repair whiz brings sweaters, afghans, baby blankets into Melrose’s yarn shop. Always frugal, my heart always prefers repair to replace, but this recent sweater was a challenge. If it weren’t for Scrapiana’s posts on...