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The Gatan Balaclava

Late Sunday night, I published the Gatan Balaclava. Working on it has been such a blast, so I thought I’d let you in on a little bit of the process. Both behind developing this design and what goes into releasing a pattern. Or at least how I go about it :) I begun thinking about […]

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a pile of simple house slippers

Reworking a slipper and new stuff

Reworking a slipper Last year around this time I had just released the new version of the Simple House Slippers pattern. I have been wanting to write a bit about what my thoughts were going into that. The original pattern has been like my umbelical cord to the knitting community. Especially in the couple of […]

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The Artisan – Helga Isager

Helga Isagers new book The Artisan just arrived in my mailbox and it is beyond beautiful. I’ve been in a bit of a slump when it comes to knitting lately. In fact I have spent most of my knitting time planning my vegetable garden. Apparently I need to daydream about Summer and light and all […]

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Louisa Bond – Worn Values

I am so excited to kick off the first instalment of Nordic Makers! If you’re wondering what that is, you can find the introduction here. Louisa Bond and her site Worn Values continue to impress me. So of course I had to ask her to participate in this series. Louisa lives in the Norwegian capitol Oslo, and also […]

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The First Mass (kind of)

Back when Temple of Knit was just a little blogspot blip, I would do Sunday Mass posts once in while. Sunday Mass was simply a place to share all the fiber related stuff I found inspiring during my day to day. Get it? It is a mass of links, not the kind with psalms and […]

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Slow Fashion and Longevity

This is my first post for Slow Fashion October this year, a bit late because the issue that keeps popping up for me somehow seems a little sensitive. I am not at all sure that it is, but I’ve been worried that it could be construed as negative. However I feel like Slotober is about […]

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Skiff hat for the cold

The weather is changing quick in my neck of the woods. Last week it was Summer, mellow and very dry like it has been for months. Now as I sit here looking out the window it is raining in a dark and heavy way, with the sun only momentarily setting light to the red and […]

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Techniques for the Light Summer Tank

My new pattern The Light Summer Tank is a pretty straight forward knit. Never the less I thought it might be nice to have a collection of the techniques used in the pattern as a reference point if any kind of questions should arise during knitting time. Before I start a project I am usually very […]

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