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Completed Project – Stockholm Sweater.

When planning for a new knitting project I usually look for patterns with interesting colour work or textured motifs. Something a bit challenging that can potentially teach me new tricks. However a few months ago it came to my attention that there was a gap in my clothing for a plain and simple jumper. Soon Read the full article…

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Completed Project – Elodie’s Ruperto Scarf

As part of my New Year resolution I wanted to knit the scarf pattern from Anna Maltz book Marlisle – Ruperto. I really like the randomness of how the two colours come out when they are knitted together. Also winter finally came and I desperately needed a scarf! I chose to knit with the West Read the full article…

Hendrick Feature

Completed Project | Smitten Kitten Mittens

Pattern: MissyC by JennyPenny.Yarn: Jamieson & Smith, 2ply Jumper Weight    54 Charcoal Grey, 1A Off White I always find gift knitting a challenge. It’s never challenging to find patterns, or choosing yarn. The challenge is in the giving away. It’s the year of 30th birthdays amongst my school friends, meaning a year of parties and general confusion as Read the full article…

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Completed Project: Snæfellsnes Jumper

About a year ago I went to visit a friend in Iceland and ever since I came back I’ve been slightly obsessed with the idea of knitting myself an Icelandic jumper similar to those I came across in Reykjavik yarn shops. Being from Basque Country – where the need for heavy knitwear is pretty limited – Read the full article…

Inbetweener Feature

Completed Project: Somewhere Inbetween

At the beginning of this year we were really excited to have Dani Sunshine join the team at YAK as a knitting teacher. She instructs all of our beginner classes including Learn to Knit and Next Steps in Knitting.   Dani designed the Inbetweener Shawl and Hat to accompany the Next Steps in Knitting class Read the full article…