Directory Tag: colorwork

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Make with Meggie is a lifelong DIY'er, musical theater aficionado and now professional crochet designer. Meggie's designs show off her love of texture and corner 2 corner crochet. She is someone to keep an eye on as her collection grows. Meggie plans to create a full range of crochet patterns including pullovers, backpack, and hat & glove set.


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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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Paola Albergamo is a knitwear designer from Rome, Italy. Her work features a stunning, playful combination of color and movement. No matter the technique you want to try, you will find a clever take on it in Paola's full line of designs.


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Carolyn Lisle of Periwinkle Dragon Designs is a dedicated science and knitter inspired by the diversity of life on Earth. Carolyn's catalog of accessories features a wide range of delightful socks that combine movement and color in unique and exciting ways.


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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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When not working at a primary school in South East England, Rebecca Milton is designing original sock patterns. Many of her patterns feature delicate cable and eyelet combinations that create a feeling of elegant comfort.

Her Etsy Store is Knittastic Folkstone.


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Yvonne Becker of Red and the Wolf Design began knitting and designing after becoming a mother. Her work combines fairytale sensibilities with modern knitwear. Many of her patterns combine color and texture to take stitches in unexpected directions.


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When Renee Van Hoy was in the hospital having lost her vision, she began imagining her own knitting patterns. Now she is a designer and writer whose work focuses on the oft-neglected art of loom knitting. Renee's line of timeless knit designs proves more is possible with a loom than many of us assume.

Renee has worked to introduce lace, modular construction and other innovations in terms especially written for loom knitters. In addition to her design work, Renee works with designs across the fiber arts to write accessible patterns for the blind and print challenged.


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