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  • Information for Designers

    At H+W, we love independent designers (and, well, we’ve both been independent designers!), who truly form the backbone of the modern world of knitting and crochet. We work with independent designers in two ways: in freelance contracts for work included in our H+W-published collections, and by providing yarn support to independent designers who wish to self-publish their designs. In both our H+W published designs...
  • Errata

    Errata

    Mistakes happen, but we're doing our best to correct them. All digital patterns are updated as soon as errata is detected. New versions are automatically sent out to Ravelry purchasers. If you think you've discovered errata in one of our patterns and the correction isn't listed here, please email us at info@hudsonandwestco.com. A/W Fall 2019 Errata  Bridge Street by Lana Jois (Print v.1):Body Chart is...
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    This Privacy Policy describes how your personal information is collected, used, and shared when you visit or make a purchase from www.hudsonandwestco.com (the “Site”).PERSONAL INFORMATION WE COLLECTWhen you visit the Site, we automatically collect certain information about your device, including information about your web browser, IP address, time zone, and some of the cookies that are installed on your device. Additionally, as you browse...
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    Shipping We offer a range of shipment options through USPS and UPS. Shipping cost depends on order size and destination, and comes directly from the shipper. Shipping for U.S. orders over $150 is free. We are not responsible for customs fees, taxes, or import duties associated with international shipments; please contact your local customs office for further information where applicable. We do our best...
  • Glossary of Terms

    Glossary of Terms

    Not sure what abbreviations in our knit patterns mean? Check out our handy abbreviation table below to help answer your questions. Abbreviations are ordered alphabetically.   Abbreviation Description 1/1 LC  (1/1 Left Cross): Slip next stitch onto cable needle and hold at front of work; k1, then k1 from cable needle. 1/1 RC (1/1 Right Cross): Slip next stitch onto cable needle and hold...
  • Stockists

    Stockists

    West Coast Fancywork Yarn Shop Bend, OR www.fancywork.com The Lamb & Kid Bainbridge Island, WA www.thelambandkid.com Monarch Knitting Pacific Grove, CA www.monarchknitting.com Starlight Knitting Society Portland, OR www.starlightknittingsociety.com Tolt Yarn and Wool Carnation, WA www.toltyarnandwool.com A Verb for Keeping Warm Oakland, CA www.averbforkeepingwarm.com YarnfolkEllensburg, WAwww.yarnfolk.com Northeast  Annie & Company New York, NY www.annieandco.com Beetle + Fred Beacon, NY www.beetleandfred.com Do Ewe Knit Fanwood, NJ...
  • Sizing

    Sizing

    Our garment sizing is given in terms of the finished measurements of the garment, not the body measurement they’re sized for. This means the measurement includes the intended ease of the garment. In our pattern specifications, we’ll always list the finished bust measurement, the intended ease, and the ease as shown on the model (if different—we can’t always find a model who reflects the...
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