Pattern of the Week: Citizen Pullover

Spring weather can be unpredictable, especially here in northern Colorado—it’s not unusual for it to be freezing in the morning and 75 degrees in the afternoon. So as we transition from winter to spring, I’m always on the lookout for clothes that can bridge the weather gap. Enter the Citizen Pullover by Kabila Sri Ponnusamy […]

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10 Best Breweries Near Interweave Yarn Fest

Peanut butter and jelly. Peas and carrots. Chips and salsa. Yarn and beer. Some things were just made to go together. If you’re in town for Interweave Yarn Fest, I know it’s tempting to stay at the hotel with your crafty friends and revel in all the fabulous yarn and fiber. But northern Colorado is […]

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Patrik Kusek is an award-winning metal clay artist who specializes in metal clay micromosaics. Here are some general metal clay questions he hears frequently from students and his answers. So Many Metal Clays Q: I’m just starting out with metal clay, which clay should I buy? A: I recommend that students start out with any […]

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Interested in knitting classic Fair Isle sweaters? This article from knitscene, Fall 2005 is a great overview of how to work stranded knitting. Stranded knitting involves working two or more colors on one row of a pattern. It isn’t much more complicated than knitting or purling in one color, but it can produce some really […]

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Designer Corner: At Play with Crochet

The Beatles aren’t the only ones getting by with a little help from their friends. Brenda K. B. Anderson owes her blossoming career as a crochet designer partly to friends—and her cat. Her monthly Yarnation group loved her early projects, including a crocheted cupcake hat. Crochet Me readers raved about her Crazy Cat Hat, inspired by […]

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In November 2017, weavers, spinners, and other fiber enthusiasts from around the world will make their way to Cusco, Peru, for Tinkuy 2017: Gathering of the Textile Arts. Held every few years, Tinkuy celebrates not only textiles but also those who create them. The four-day international conference is organized by the Centro de Textiles Tradicionales […]

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In a world that revolves around buying things, how nice is it to get free stuff? We understand that, and that’s why we are giving you the opportunity to win up to $250 in products from our store—and you get to pick which products! This is your chance to fulfill your greatest needlework desires! The […]

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Designer Q&A: Amy Gunderson

Amy Gunderson is a longtime contributor to all of Interweave’s knitting titles. Amy is the creative director at Universal Yarn and an independent knitwear and crochet designer. She’s a super awesome lady and we love her designs. We asked her some questions about her knitting journey and here is what she told us! When and […]

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