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Louise Tillbrook is a UK Designer, teacher, and avid sock knitter. (Is there any other kind of sock knitter? No. Seriously there is no other kind of sock knitter) Louise believes life is stressful, knitting should not be. Her designs are fuss-free and mix of approachable colorwork and classic cables.


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Cardigan and cable lovers, there is a designer just for you. Linda Cooper of Brisbaine, Australia specializes in designing these ever useful garments. She draws upon the Aran sweater traditions to combine cables in unique ways. Her work shows that cardigans and cables are a perfect match made in wool.


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Elizabeth is a daytime Software, nighttime designer, and an all-day seeker of the perfect mitten for Canadian winters. Elizabeth’s collection of accessories revel in geometric shapes created ether in cables or with colorwork.


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Nina Machlin Dayton’s patterns and classes can be found at Webs, aka yarn.com, aka my favorite online yarn store. Nina’s designs feel both timeless and modern with classic shapes mixed with pops of color and geometric details.


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Hunter Hammersen rejected expectation, sought the life less-ordinary, and ended up in Maine writing knitting books and taking pictures of pretty string. Her designs are based on using simple knitting techniques to create patterns that look more complicated than they are.  Her full collection of knitwear accessories and miniature knits are classic with a touch of whimsy.


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Queer Knitter from Glasgow, Scotland Pip became obsessed with knitting in 2019. Their patterns feature a bold mix of colors and humor. When not knitting, Pip is attending yarn festivals and hosting a knitting podcast, Tipsy Knits.


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Jessica Brist of Snickerdoodle Knits began knitting in college, and now is a designer, and teacher. Jessica prides herself in fun knit and easy-to-wear designs with patterns that help walk a maker through the process with confidence and joy. Snickerdoodle Knits provides a large collection of knit accessories patterns with a range of techniques including lace, cable, and colorwork. You are sure to find a project to delight on her website.


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Stephanie’s patterns have appeared in several magazines and the Cascade book series “Quick Knits”. She specializes in garments focusing on unique construction, new stitch patterns, or finding new ways to use old patterns. You are sure to find a top that suits your style in her collection.


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When Susan Crawford isn’t knitting, designing, writing, or researching her next book on Vintage knitting design, she is taking care of her family and 100 sheep, 30 chickens, and 2 sheep. Susan has been an independent designer for over 20 years. Her full range of patterns focuses on vintage designs using her own line of wool.


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That Metzbower Girl Design has been offering a full range of knitwear and accessories for 10 years. Melissa Metzbowers’s patterns are both beautiful and practical, designed to fulfill a need. Her work features lacy details and often combines color blocking with captivating textures. And, to me, many of her knitwear evoke retro aesthetics while never feeling dated.


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