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August 2018 Membership Knitting Tips & Tricks

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I was very excited about this months KnitCrate for two reasons. First there was a pattern booklet! I loved this because I could immediately flip through and see what the patterns were like. (In fact, I was so inspired I cast-on immediately.)

Second SPECKLES! Speckle-dyed yarns are so on-trend this year that I was
secretly wondering if wed see some in a KnitCrate. Waiting did not disappoint.
Shown...

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August 2018 Membership Knitting Tips & Tricks

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I was very excited about this month’s KnitCrate for two reasons. First… there was a pattern booklet! I loved this because I could immediately flip through and see what the patterns were like. (In fact, I was so inspired I cast-on immediately.)

Second… SPECKLES! Speckle-dyed yarns are so on-trend this year that I was
secretly wondering if we’d see some in a KnitCrate. Waiting did not disappoint.
Shown...

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July 2018 Membership Crate Knitting Tips & Tricks

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Theres got to be some of you out there like me, trying like mad to catch up on your KnitCrate FOs (finished objects)! Weve been getting some big-time yardage lately, but it takes time to finish projects made with fingering weight yarns, right? This month we get a breather with a quick knit in squishy soft Knitologie Bouncy Worsted. Bouncy is an accurate adjective here, because this superwash...

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July 2018 Membership Crate Knitting Tips & Tricks

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There’s got to be some of you out there like me, trying like mad to catch up on your KnitCrate FOs (finished objects)! We’ve been getting some big-time yardage lately, but it takes time to finish projects made with fingering weight yarns, right? This month we get a breather with a quick knit in squishy soft Knitologie Bouncy Worsted. “Bouncy” is an accurate adjective here, because this superwash...

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June 2018 Membership Knitting Tips

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Cashmere, we got cashmere! Not to mention 874 wonderful yards of it. Ok, ok, its a blend, but let me tell you, it goes a long way to make each skein of Vidalana Sumptous feel like a cloud. Yes, you can use this 75% superwash Merino, 15% nylon, 10% cashmere yarn for socks–but its excellent for shawls, too!

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Im a fringe gal, so I immediately fell for the included knitting pattern, Minty Fresh
by Taiga...

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June 2018 Membership Knitting Tips

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Cashmere, we got cashmere! Not to mention 874 wonderful yards of it. Ok, ok, it’s a blend, but let me tell you, it goes a long way to make each skein of Vidalana Sumptous feel like a cloud. Yes, you can use this 75% superwash Merino, 15% nylon, 10% cashmere yarn for socks–but it’s excellent for shawls, too!

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I’m a fringe gal, so I immediately fell for the included knitting pattern, Minty Fresh
by...

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Tips on the January 2018 Knitcrate

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photo by Dayana Knits

Oooooooh! Yes, that was me when I opened up my standard KnitCrate this month! I had heard there were three possible colorways coming from the yarn line Audine Wools by KNITCRATE, and was very happy to pull out this oh-so-sleek shade called Turtledove. Is that gray? I asked myself, moving in and out of daylight. Bluish? Greenish? Aha! It was exactly the color of the pickling I...

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Tips on the January 2018 Knitcrate

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photo by Dayana Knits

“Oooooooh!” Yes, that was me when I opened up my standard KnitCrate this month! I had heard there were three possible colorways coming from the yarn line Audine Wools by KNITCRATE, and was very happy to pull out this oh-so-sleek shade called Turtledove. “Is that gray?” I asked myself, moving in and out of daylight. “Bluish? Greenish?” Aha! It was exactly the color of the...

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