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Lauren Rad of A Been in the Bonnet describes her work as simple, classic knitwear designs, and I agree. A yummy collection of socks, gloves, hats, wraps, and other “small” knit patterns. What exemplifies A Been in the Bonnet is a lovely combination of texture and lacey stitch patterns that create work that is cozy and light at the same time.


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UK based designer, knitter, dyer and spinner Nadia Coxwell, is a global fiber artist. Nadia’s focus is on sock knitting, and her classic designs incorporate lace and cables.

⚠️ Caution: Nadia’s personal blog includes links to Ravelry, which should be clearly marked.


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When not teaching new Doctors, Sarah is designing a full line of knit and crochet patterns for the modern yarnie to enjoy. Her eclectic catalog of garments and accessories features beautiful textures and interesting elements sure to delight. And for those who enjoy a touch of whimsy be sure to look at Sarah’s amigurumi.


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KM Bedigan is a prolific knitwear designer in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her background in archeology and history provides inspiration for her full line of knitwear designs. (Be sure to check out the stuffed animals. They are adorable) Her patterns feature adventuresome construction techniques, fresh modern colors, and texture.


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Knitter, designer, pole dancer Rachel Legget knows how to make things move. Although Rachel has a full line of knitwear accessories she specializes in socks. Her socks feature both beautiful, intricate Cables and unique colorwork. These are true works of art.


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Lotta Groeger of Atalante is inspired by the comic books, fairy tales, and role playing games she loves. Her full line of knitted accessories features adventurous textures. Many of her projects look like level up challenges but are easier than they appear and are sure to delight knitters everywhere.


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Babs Rudlin lives up to her name, Babs Gets Crafty. Her site offers knitting and sewing patterns that will help stretch your skills. Her work features colorful textured stitches and unusual shaping.


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Brenda Castiel’s patterns have appeared in some of the most popular knitting magazines. She offers a full range of knitwear for people of all ages. She emphasizes approachable patterns that incorporate unique details to keep the finished piece fresh and original.


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Kerry Bullock-Ozkan of North Carolina, is a knitter, spinner, and novice weaver. She began designing her own knits in 2013 when she couldn’t find the patterns she was looking for. (How many can relate to that?) Kerry’s full line of knitwear is inspired by the natural fibers she loves to work with. Her catalogue of classic cowls, hats and cardigans feature both color work and textured patterns. Looking at them you can imagine sitting outside on a crisp autumn afternoon with your favorite hot beverage and enjoying the changing leaves.


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Jacqui, is a UK based designer who creates crochet, Tunisian crochet, and knits. Her work focuses on small, modular projects to build into home goods: cushions, blankets, etc. Jacqui’s uses geometric shapes and color to create innovative and exciting squares.