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Nature Study KnitCrate Membership Sneak Peek

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Study the nature of this months KnitCrate Membership yarns! Were featuring 2 different colorway and weight sets from our Audine Wools line The first set (purples on the left) are Breathless and Dry Leaves, which are both on a Superwash Sock base (80% Superwash Wool, 20% Nylon; fingering weight). The second set (blue and grey) are Classic and Turtledove, which are both on a Worsted base (100%...

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Nature Study KnitCrate Membership Sneak Peek

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Study the nature of this month’s KnitCrate Membership yarns! We’re featuring 2 different colorway and weight sets from our Audine Wools line The first set (purples on the left) are Breathless and Dry Leaves, which are both on a Superwash Sock base (80% Superwash Wool, 20% Nylon; fingering weight). The second set (blue and grey) are Classic and Turtledove, which are both on a Worsted base (100%...

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Tips & Tricks for the December 2017 KNITCRATE Membership

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I lived in Montral for ten years, and one of the most fun things about learning French was figuring out all manner of knitting terms so I could follow French patterns! Well, I was proud of those French lessons when I opened this months KnitCrate and saw a gorgeous marled yarn perfectly named La Brebis Fluffy Wool.

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Ewe know you want to know what that means! Yes, a Brebis is a female sheep, or ewe, in French. This new yarn line is all about celebrating natural and raw fibers. To get its characteristic marbling, Fluffy Wool combines undyed wool from sheep of different coat colors into a bulky, 1-ply yarn.

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Tips & Tricks for the December 2017 KNITCRATE Membership

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I lived in Montréal for ten years, and one of the most fun things about learning French was figuring out all manner of knitting terms so I could follow French patterns! Well, I was proud of those French lessons when I opened this month’s KnitCrate and saw a gorgeous marled yarn perfectly named “La Brebis Fluffy Wool”.

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‘Ewe’ know you want to know what that means! Yes, a ‘Brebis’ is a female sheep, or ewe, in French. This new yarn line is all about celebrating natural and raw fibers. To get its characteristic marbling, Fluffy Wool combines undyed wool from sheep of different coat colors into a bulky, 1-ply yarn.

Continue reading