• Schematics for YOU!

    Schematics for YOU!

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    Top Left: Marley by Sloane Rosenthal; Bottom Right: Jackson by Meghan Babin As a knitter there is really nothing worse than making an entire sweater only to realize it wasn’t what you’d hoped it to be. It’s happened to most of us and is a heartbreaking moment. While we’re not able to feature our sweaters on a vast range of models like your favorite...
  • Call for Design 💥  // Spring 2022 Collection

    Call for Design 💥 // Spring 2022 Collection

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    Dear Designers,  We're seeking hand knitwear designs for our Spring 2022 collection. Read more below for details and download our moodboard here for further details.  There’s still snow on the ground with melt patches of green for early spring. The snowdrops are pushing through and you can feel spring in days of mild sunshine. Heavy coats aren’t needed during the days, instead using favorite...
  • Call for Submissions: Deep Winter 2022

    Call for Submissions: Deep Winter 2022

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    We’re sending out our Call for Submissions this week for our Deep Winter ‘22 collection! Sign up for our Designer Email List here and you’ll receive our moodboards in your inbox soon! Submission Theme: The Mountains are Calling. What would you pack for a winter trip to the mountains? Your favorite cabled pullover? A long cozy cardigan? That colorful yoked sweater? For our Deep Winter 2022 collection...
  • Calling all Designers!

    Calling all Designers!

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    We're sending out our Call for Submissions this week for our Autumn/Winter '21 collection! Sign up for our Designer Email List here and you'll receive our moodboards in your inbox soon! For this Autumn/Winter ‘21 collection, we’re looking for cables, textures, and colorwork inspired by ceramics. A sister craft to the fiber arts, ceramics + pottery takes raw materials to create a stunning and functional work of usable...
  • Sweater Season: A warren of Warrens

    Sweater Season: A warren of Warrens

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    One of the most fun—and the trickiest—parts of colorwork is picking colors. There are so many choices! High contrast, low contrast, analogous colors, complements... the choices are seemingly endless.  So, where do you start? I tell my students to think about what drew you to the design originally: what about the color combination do you respond to? What creates its main visual impact? For...
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