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Ten stitches, nine spirals, one complete blanket

The Ten Stitch Blanket is finished! Knitting, weaving in ends, and blocking are all complete. I love the result, which is a 30″/76 cm square. The pattern is Frankie Brown’s well-loved Ten Stitch Blanket. The yarn is Kauni 8/2 Effektgarn … Continue reading

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Ten stitches, three decisions, one amazing blanket

At last! I am knitting a pattern I have admired for years: Frankie Brown’s Ten Stitch Blanket. The original, square version. I am using Kauni Wool 8/2 Effektgarn in the colorway called EKS. (Someday, I’d love to know how these … Continue reading

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Playing with color in knitting with stripes

A theme I see in the knitting patterns that I recently added to my Ravelry store is using stripes to add color. Here are three designs that use stripes. They many not all be the most obvious striping techniques. All … Continue reading

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Frequency Cowl class

I can hardly wait for this Saturday! I’ll be in Westfield, New Jersey, at Knit-a-Bit teaching a class. I love teaching, period. But this Saturday’s class combines some of my favorite approaches to knitting, all associated with my pattern, Frequency Cowl! We’ll … Continue reading

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Two new patterns in Knitscene Accessories!!

Thrilled to see the new issue of Knitscene, Accessories 2013, with two of my designs in it! One is a cowl in four colors called Frequency Cowl. Most of the patterns in this section of the issue have names that relate … Continue reading

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Zed’s edges, which are easier to stitch than saying “Zed’s edges” aloud

A new design of mine is in Interweave Knitscene Accessories, 2013! This issue is just out! It is the Zed Scarf. I like how the edge stitches are all the same color on one edge; they are all one color … Continue reading

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