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Handmade Halloween

Our friends at Katia have scared up some fun knitting and crocheting projects for trick-or-treating. These fun hats can double as treat bags! As you can see, there are two crocheted ones and two knit ones. You can download the… Continue Reading →

WIP: Isadora Cowl KAL

WIP, of course, standing for Work In Progress. While I’ve seen some people have finished their Isadora Cowl in two days (!), I’m progressing much more slowly. The Knit Along started on Sunday, and I spent my knitting time just… Continue Reading →

Debbie Bliss Advent Blanket Knit Along 2014

Debbie Bliss is hosting a knit along! Debbie Bliss is hosting a knit along! The project is a blanket composed of individual blocks measuring 4 3/4″ x 4 3/4″ each. You can either make a baby blanket of 40 squares… Continue Reading →

Sock Knit Along: Gusset & Foot

You’ve probably had plenty of time to admire your heel turn by now and are eager to get started on the gusset. Knit Along Index Just joining us? It’s not too late to jump in! I’m hosting the KAL here… Continue Reading →

Sock Knit Along: Planning Part 2

EDIT: Knit Along Index: Overview. Key Questions (you are here). Cast on & Cuff. Leg. Heel Flap & Turn. Gusset & Foot. Toe shaping. There has been an enthusiastic response to the sock knit along, which is very exciting. But… Continue Reading →

Chemo Caps for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The National Needlearts Association has teamed up with Woman’s Day magazine to wrap some yarn around this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The October issue of Woman’s Day magazine, which goes on sale Sept 9, includes an article with “several… Continue Reading →

Outlander Ideas: Cowls!

Sorry if you stopped by earlier in the week looking for my ideas from episode three. I was out of town for the weekend and only watched the episode last night. Thank goodness for DVR technology, right? Episode 103 “The… Continue Reading →

Introducing Conway + Bliss

Renowned international knitting brand, Debbie Bliss, has established a new design team Conway+Bliss to target the younger knitter. The dynamic design collaboration between Teresa Conway and Nell Bliss is launching with 4 FREE downloadable patterns available on the Debbie Bliss… Continue Reading →

Welcome Lana Gatto!

We are excited to be welcoming the venerable Italian yarn brand Lana Gatto to the family of yarns we distribute! We’ll be introducing them to you here on the Yarnologue as we get our website updated with images to tempt… Continue Reading →

Rabbits!

Easter is coming, hooray! Hooray! Whether your church follows the Old or the New calendar, Easter is on April 20 this year. If you were planning to put a knit bunny in an Easter basket this year, you better get… Continue Reading →

Spotlight: Euro Yarns Aruba

“March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb.” This year is living up to that classic quote in spades. Monday it was sunny and 65 F, by Wednesday I was looking out the window at snow flurries…. Continue Reading →

Butterfly Shawl Knit & Crochet Along

The free patterns for the Whitsunday Butterfly Shawls on our website have many of the ladies in my Tuesday night sit and stitch group all a flutter. (haha. I’m so punny.) Since there are both knit and crochet versions of… Continue Reading →

Milanese Lace Cowl

We are pleased to introduce you to Llama Lace Melange yarn from Queensland Collection. This beautiful lace weight yarn is 100% Baby Llama and comes in hefty 420 yard hanks. Llama Lace Melange is a heathered version of the popular… Continue Reading →

Hemapthy Drawstring Project Bag

Looking for a knitting project that is a change of pace? Then may I introduce the Hempathy Drawstring Project bag? Hempathy yarn is a popular Cotton/Hemp/Modal blend in the Elsebeth Lavold Designer’s Choice line. There are going to be six… Continue Reading →

Spotlight: Queensland Collection Whitsunday

Today’s Dreaming of Spring yarn preview takes us the beautiful Queensland Collection line with a new yarn named for a group of island off the Australian coast. The Whitsunday Islands are a group of 74 tropical islands in Australia’s Coral… Continue Reading →

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