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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 Pearl Chin, owner and founder of Knitty City in NYC!  We’ve known Pearl for a long time, Jean-François and I; Knitty City was one of the 
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Feature KnitStars

Jean-Francois and I are always eager to learn new things. We’re big fans of all ‘How It’s Made’ videos, encyclopedias, ‘how to’ books and just plain hands-on learning. It translate in the work we do in us always wanting to know what does what for what reason, how it affects the yarns and colors we 
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A lovely day to everyone, Today we are sharing with you one of our staple summer salad that is perfect for uncomplicated lunch or dinner. It uses all those summer flavors that we like.  We planted way too much cherry tomatoes in our garden this year so I think this recipe will come back more 
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Feature Jolies

Don’t you love spring? It’s a great time to finish our languishing projects and to show off our lighter sweaters – lighter in weight, but also lighter in colors. These projects have this spring-y feel in common. Lovely work! tome’s Robin (Ravelry project page), made in Fino Simple, colorway Shiitake, is simply gorgeous. Behind the 
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Feature Sophie

A fun quiz to get to know some fellow knitters! We love people and we think that it would be great to get to know YOU lovely readers. Today we are getting to know Sophie Fontaine-Bégin,sofifontaine on Raverly. Sophie lives in Montreal and has been knitting since she was a little girl. Union worker by 
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A lovely day to everyone!  Spring is finally here (it took so long in our part of the world! But the crocuses are finally out), and we are happy to add some cheerful colors to celebrate it.  ‘Echo’ is the lightest lavender-grey, cool and fresh, perfect to balance and enhance vibrant colors. Falling along the 
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Feature Amberle

Every knitter loves a good shawl. Shannon Cook’s latest pattern is one of them. We are so happy that she chose Nurtured to bring it to life. Textured stiches and the use of two contrasting colors make us want to cast on immediately. Shannon accepted to share her inspiration behind this design: My inspiration for this design 
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Feature Nurtured part 1

Here are a few interpretations of Thea Colman’s wonderful design, Milk Stout , which was released a couple of weeks ago. It looks good in any color, doesn’t it? Milk Stout is a highly textured Grandpa cardigan: a shawl collar, plenty of cables, a comfortable fit… It redefines coziness! It is a great match for Nurtured, 
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Feature Pompon

Fascinated by other people’s creative path, I recently started to ask LYS owners with whom I’ve been working to share some of their experiences on the blog. Today, the first in the series : the coop team from Pompon Laine Café (Trois-Rivières, Qc), in co-owner Geneviève Raymond’s words. Pompon Laine Café – or “Pompom Wool 
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Feature balsam

Two new patterns have recently been released in our « Through the Year… » collaborative series. I’m very happy to present Balsam Ridge by Melissa Schaschwary and Burke by Alicia Plummer! Balsam Ridge is a great match for Nurtured, with its lacy patterned front and stockinette back. The stitch definition is so crisp, I just love it! 
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Mezcal pattern by Thea Colman

Mezcal pattern by Thea Colman