• 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...
  • 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...
  • Sweater Season: Work Rows, Not Lengths

    Sweater Season: Work Rows, Not Lengths

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    [Sloane's Warren pullover, from our upcoming Deep Winter 2021 Collection] Okay, we admit it: we're both die-hard sweater knitters, and we think pretty much any time of the year is sweater season. But, both of us have a penchant for starting new projects in this after-holiday time, as a moment to reflect and start to focus on something a little longer-term after our frenzied...
  • Sweater Season: Swatching for Sweaters

    Sweater Season: Swatching for Sweaters

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    [Emily Greene's Fall Creek, from Spring 2020] Okay, we admit it: we're both die-hard sweater knitters, and we think pretty much any time of the year is sweater season. But, both of us have a penchant for starting new projects in this after-holiday time, as a moment to reflect and start to focus on something a little longer-term after our frenzied needles knit gifts...
  • Sweater Season: Schematics

    Sweater Season: Schematics

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    [Pictured: the schematic from Felton, Spring 2020]    Okay, we admit it: we're both die-hard sweater knitters, and we think pretty much any time of the year is sweater season. But, both of us have a penchant for starting new projects in this after-holiday time, as a moment to reflect and start to focus on something a little longer-term after our frenzied needles knit...
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