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dovahknitter:

Progress: just finished the heel, and it’s smooth sailing from now on. The pattern is Broken Seed Stitch Socks by handepande, and the yarns are Sandnes Sisu (white) and Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball (Frische Fische). I just love watching the secondary colour change from red to orange to yellow. Things like that make me happy.

Ooh, these are going to be awesome! I want to try socks like this at some point.

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mrsmarylighthouse:

Lovely soft yarn from Posh yarn. Diana heavy lace, 100 g / 600 m. 80% ultra fine merino, 20% silk.

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yarnsters:

Happy Easter!!!

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spacecurry-diy:

new lace shawl project …

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New yarn coming soon

needleemporium:

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We will be debuting a brand new yarn company at the Knitter’s Frolic next weekend in Toronto.

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There are 20 colours in all. All colours will be available in 5 yarn bases.

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The yarn will be available on the website and in the store on April 29.

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Posted 4 days ago

kinfolkyarn:

Hand painted roving for spinning or felting at Kinfolk Yarn and Fibre.

Posted 4 days ago

knithitsthefan:

stitchingaroundthebend:

While I’ve been leaving you with reblogs lately, I’ve been knitting up this: My Swivel Pullover in Swish Worsted.

This is beautiful!!

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lokkalykkja:

juststitched:

"I don’t care if your stash is 3 skeins or 300 skeins; full of cheap acrylic or expensive cashmere! As long as you enjoy your craft, that’s all that matters!"


Amen to that!

lokkalykkja:

juststitched:

"I don’t care if your stash is 3 skeins or 300 skeins; full of cheap acrylic or expensive cashmere! As long as you enjoy your craft, that’s all that matters!"

Amen to that!

Posted 4 days ago

pr1nceshawn:

Incredibly realistic looking needle felted cats by Tamako.

(Source: instagram.com)

Posted 4 days ago

consultingcupcake:

Some presents I made recently. Patterns are from some magazine I found lying around, strongly altered by me to fit frame/size and colour restrictions.

The butterfly is actually a miniature, stitched with a tiny needle on very dense fabric with only one strand of floss, It’s less than an inch in width (that’s a standard-sized key chain case).