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Every region leaves its mark on those who live there, whether they're animals or humans. While the cashmere most of

As a proud resident of a state whose temperatures can stay below freezing for up to half the year, I

First came Shelter, launched in 2010—and then Loft the following year. Quarry completed the trilogy. All three of the core Brooklyn

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As a proud resident of a state whose temperatures can stay below freezing for up to half the year, I

How do you keep that spark alive? You know, the one that drove you to knit in the first place, that

The day I completed my first sock was a day of liberation. For years I'd been mystified by socks, never

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The principle underlying knitting is simple: You use two pointed sticks to pull loops of string through one another. But

You could say that Julie Weisenberger has a thing for gadgets. The creative brain behind the knitwear design line Cocoknits, Julie

Sometimes the most useful tools are also the simplest. They have no moving parts, they require no batteries or clamps.

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I've always dreamed of seeing London in December. When I heard news that Pompom was having a Christmas party and

The 2015 Knitter's Review Retreat Canandaigua, NY November 12-15, 2015 A funny thing happens when you bring knitters together. Create a space—a comfortable,

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We have loads of superb mitten books, the best of which tend to focus on a

Kate Atherley has long served as the technical editor of Knitty.com, the oldest and largest

I'm strangely smitten with Stina Tiselius' new collection of knitted potholder patterns. Potholders, you say? I

In the world of teams, few are as prolific and popular as the dynamic Swedish/Norwegian

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