Directory Tag: Scarves

Scarves

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Ever tried Tunisian Crochet? Well, Lori of Aklori Designs will inspire you to learn this often overlooked technique. She is unleashing the full potential of Tunisian Crochet. I’m personally ready to bust out my interchangeable crochet hooks to work on one of her designs


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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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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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Jen Cragen of Maine, USA originally learned to crochet and knit as a child to help develop her fine motor skills. She now designs knit and crochet accessories inspired by nature and mathematics.


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Karen Butler is a UK based designer and tech editor. Head to her Payhip store to see her full catalog of accessories. Whether you love lace, cables, or colorwork you will find a pattern to delight the fingers. (As a color lover I swoon over her colorowork.)


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Katherine Vaughn is a designer and academic librarian. When not in the stacks or with her family, she is working on her full range of knitwear, accessories and home goods focus on timeless textured details using cables and lace. Her patterns prove that interesting knits are always attainable.


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Jo-Anne is an Australian designer with a full line of knit accessories including socks, mitts, scarves, and shawls. Much of Jo-Anne’s work is designed in the round so when you cast off your project is complete! Whether you love textured stitches, cables, or lace you are sure to find a project that delights the fingers.


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One word comes to mind when looking at Scottish knitwear designer Liz Corke’s work: movement. Her patterns focus on accessories. ¬†But whether through cables, lace, or brioche, ¬†stitches interesting details move across the fabric in sometimes unexpected ways.


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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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