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Knit Circus Yarns

August 25, 2021

Knit Circus yarns has knit up my Cupid cowl in Harvest Moon and Cranberry Sauce. They have several color combos available and ready to ship! Each pack has 100g multicolor and 100g semi-solid fingering weight yarn, enough to knit this design.

To celebrate this collaboration, use coupon code KnitCircus to receive a 30% discount on this pattern (available on Ravelry)

Cupid in Harvest Moon and Cranberry Sauce

Cupid in Harvest Moon and Cranberry Sauce

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Flores Pullover

August 16, 2021
Flores Pullover by Eri Shimizu
Flores Pullover by Eri Shimizu
Flores Pullover by Eri Shimizu

I am enjoying this design so much! Flores is a top-down, raglan pullover knit with light fingering weight yarn. Eri’s designs are so beautiful! I used Holst Garn Noble in Tyrian Rose. My knitting supplies are from Spun Fibre Arts.

Eri Shimizu’s Caroline Design

August 1, 2021

I’m doing some knitting for myself! This is Eri Shimizu’s Caroline pullover. It has lots of cables and calls for light fingering weight yarn. My sweater is knit with Biches et Buches Le Petit Lambswool in Forest Green. Yarn softens after washing and sweater feels so cozy. This design is seriously beautiful!

Caroline Pullover by Eri Shimizu

Caroline Pullover by Eri Shimizu

Chop Suey

April 27, 2021

Chop suey: assorted bits. Use up your sock yarn scraps to knit up squares for a blanket, throw or pillow cover. Each square is worked in the round, from the outer edge to the center. Pattern includes instructions to knit individual squares. Enjoy!

Chop Suey

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Wool Dryer Balls

March 26, 2021

Knit your own wool dryer balls. These make nice gifts and you can use up your (non superwash) wool scraps. Bottom photo shows felting after only one wash/dry cycle. Enjoy!

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Holiday Sale!

December 21, 2020

Holiday sale on all my patterns until December 31, 2020.

Have a happy and safe holiday!

Patterns here

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