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Many of you are participating enthusiastically on our Spring KAL, thank you very much! The thread on Ravelry is full of support and beautiful projects. Enroll in the Ravelry thread and enjoy the fun! You may use any pattern with Julie Asselin yarn.  If you’re on the fence or looking for inspiration, here are our favorite 
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Finally we are emerging from the cold, dark winter months, into glorious Springtime! JF and I had a lot of fun in the last couple of weeks in the dyeing studio experimenting and trying new recipes to develop a fresh Spring palette for you. We couldn’t be happier with the results. Like Spring, the new 
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March is almost upon us. The March equinox signals the beginning of spring after the long winter months. We are soon going to be enjoying earlier sun rises, above zero temperatures and sprouting plants. We can not wait to put away our winter coats and boots to bring out the summer wardrobe. This transition, however, 
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tolt-banniere

Fascinated by other people’s creative path, we recently started to ask LYS owners with whom we’ve been working to share some of their experiences on the blog. Today, meet Anna Dianich, owner and founder of Tolt Yarn and Wool in Washington! Tolt Yarn and Wool is a community gathering place located in the heart of 
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Thea Colman, the designer behind Baby Cocktails is a person that is very dear to us. Her esthetic, instant classic designs and her sense of community makes her an indeniable force in the knitting world. Cables, textured stitch (Hello Milk Stout and Mezcal!)and yarns with a story are some of the things that drive her 
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Knit and Chat with Hilary Smith Callis

Our first pattern collection allowed us to work closely with three wonderful designers. We wanted you to get to know them a little bit better too so we asked a couple of questions to each of them. Today we are chatting with Hilary Smith Callis, aka The Yarniad.     When did you start knitting 
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Feature Nomade

Durable, stable, and beautiful, a good sock yarn is an essential staple in any knitter’s stash. With high twist, springy construction and the variety of beautifully dyed colors, Nomade is the newest addition to our lineup. This blend of 80% Superwash Merino Wool and 20% nylon is more than the key to flawlessly beautiful socks. 
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Spring is finally here and the sun is shinning today!  Spring resonates with renewal and starting fresh, getting the garden ready, spring cleaning etc…  For us this year is means changes and good ones for that! Today we are talking new dye process and later on this week we will talk new yarn. Ever since 
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With the launch of our first pattern collection we got to work closely with three wonderful designers. We wanted you to get to know them a little bit better too so we asked a couple of questions to each of them.Today we are chatting with Veronik Avery who designed the Hortense pullover.  She is a designer and 
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As we launch our first pattern collection, I’ll share short interviews with the three designers who created wonderful garments with Nurtured, our yarn produced with our friends at Green Mountain Spinnery.  Today, let’s learn a bit more about Glenna C.    >When did you start knitting and later on design?  I started knitting in 2004, 
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Mezcal pattern by Thea Colman

Mezcal pattern by Thea Colman