Brunella is a short sleeved, lace edged cardigan.

And, Crosswaves is a fun sock pattern, would be awesome with hand dyed yarns!

Click here to go over to Knitty’s site for these and lots more free patterns!

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Knitpicks can help! They’ve got a whole blog post dedicated to “Who Wants To Knit A Sweater” to guide you along. Complete with videos! You can’t go wrong with videos….

Check it out for yourself, here:

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This Cotton Classic Stitch Sampler Pullover, designed by Rosemary Drysdale is just the ticket for summer. Combine these pretty summery stitches with Tahki Stacy Charles summer colors, including 6 new shades and you’ve got a hit.

The free pattern is

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Interweave announces 16 free ebooks! Knitting and crochet, drawing and beading, quilting, watercolor and oil painting, and more. Get yours now, and sign up for Knitting Daily, a free email newsletter from Interweave!

The goodies are here!

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Stitches from the Heart is a non-profit organization that sends handmade clothing, blankets, and love to premature babies all across the nation. We also have a senior program that helps seniors help others by donating yarn and supplies.

Click over to

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Now available in paperback.

Over on Kay and Ann’s blog, Mason Dixon Knitting you can check out their video clip from the year 2039. Listen to a sample from their audio book, and watch their video, “Pardon Me, I Didn’t …

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Hop on over to Sweater Babe’s Blog for a chance to win this cardigan pattern. Isn’t it pretty?

I really like her designs, they’re feminine, without being all “girly”. Here’s what she says:

The back and sleeves are worked from

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Nancy, of puts out a really cute newsletter. In her latest, she outlines the Top Ten Reasons To Knit With Cotton. 

  1. Cotton is hypoallergenic.  It doesn’t irritate sensitive skin or cause allergies.
  2. Cotton is soft and never itchy.
  3. It
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Perfect for Mother’s Day, or Christmas, or even Easter. Have a package that needs a decoration? Have a tree that needs an ornament? Buffalo Girls Design’s got you covered. This cute sock is just a sampling of the cuteness! Hop …

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This is taken directly from’s newsletter, here: . Be sure to sign up, lots of good stuff!

  • If your yarn is a natural fiber, you should be able to avoid dry cleaning completely if you want, because
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The Spring issue of Knitty is here! Although I’m thinking the Knitty site is having some issues, I’m sure it will be fixed soon.

Here is the link and here is a picture of one of the designs: 

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The Daily Knitter is one of my favorite web sites. Well, technically I have about 158 favorites. In their newsletter this morning, they’ve outlined all of the new features on their site and OMG, it’s awesome!

New Forums, free patterns, …

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For generations knitters & crocheters have shared their time, energy and skills in helping others. During wartime, women on the homefront made a significant contribution to the war effort by knitting for the troops. Today, making items for people less …

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Yeah, I know, that is so NOT the way to title a post, but I was so excited when I saw it, that I just lost it. Temporarily, you know, just for a minute? Because to admit that you’ve lost …

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darngoodImagine a company that takes leftover strands from a viable industry and creates YARN!!!

The company is Darn Good Yarn and I recently acquired a sample of this luscious “left over” stuff. What is the original product? Hand spun fibers …

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