We thought we'd added a lot of new samples in time for Stitches Midwest, but we're adding even more for Rhinebeck and SAFF. Check out what's new for the booth:
We love gradients and we love seeing what people create with them. We're also developing a growing interest in weaving... so when Benjamin Krudwig, the digital media manager for Schacht Spindle Company, got in touch and asked to collaborate on a gradient weaving project, we were excited!
Read on to see what Benjamin created with our Perseus Gradient Sets...
The New Year always serves as a point in time that calls for reflection on the past year and thoughts about the coming year. This year is no different. This is a time when I tend to consider changes for the future.
Read on to see what's coming in 2016, and to meet this little fellow...
We had fun making our Rhinebeck sweaters but we decided smaller projects were a better idea for November! Hats are great small projects that go quickly and are also wonderful for holiday gifts. With all the hustle and bustle around the studio this past month, we've still managed to whip up a big stack of hats.
Continue reading for more hats and our next -along!
Today we're turning over the blog to Romi Hill, lace designer extraordinaire, to discuss her latest design, the Simee Dimeh Shawl. Created together with Babs' color development in two special colorways, it features a variety of lace, textured stitches, and mosaic knitting.
Babs adds: developing colors is one of the things I love doing the most, especially when it creates a result like this. The combination of colors, letting them play off one another, makes each of them stand out and have more depth.
Read on to learn more about Romi's inspiration for this shawl:
Jennifer here... Fall is a busy time of year at the studio as we get ready for and accomplish the last shows of the season, and of course, there is also a lot of planning for 2016 and beyond! Now that we are "home" for a while, I'd like to share the recent projects from the loom. Since the first weaving was more weft-faced than planned, the next scarf focused on achieving a better balance. I used Northumbria Fingering again, this time using a dark tonal Into the Void for the warp, and Moonlight Stroll for the weft. I changed...
I created the Poly Chevron Cowl as a way to bring together the colors in our Polydactyl Sets for an accessory that's easy to knit and wear. This cowl is knit in the round, using a provisional cast on, and the two ends are grafted together.