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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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Khaite and some thoughts on simplicity

The brand new ready to wear line Khaite has got me sighing so hard. More specifically that boiled Cashmere oversized cardigan in the above pic *insert moan*.  From what I can demise it is produced locally in the US, with at least some of the sweaters knit by hand (!) in New York City, which is a […]

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Knitting for Summer II

Last year I wrote a bit about my infatuation with Summer knitwear and more generally Summer knitting. I still think it is the bees knees so I thought I’d revisit the theme and share some of my new infatuations. Up until that time I hadn’t really considered wearing knits as a viable option for warm weather, thinking it […]

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Knitting for Summer

Lately the weather around here has been improving ever so slightly and I am beginning to hope for an actual summer. Hopefully spent by the sea wearing lots of knits! Maybe that doesn’t sound like signs of a sunny, warm summer, but I am seeing so many amazing knitted tops everywhere just now and it’s probably my favourite thing. There are…

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The Linn Sweater

This sweater has lived in it’s own constantly open tab in my browser for a while now. I look at it often just to take in that amazing little dolman twist and daydream about effortlessly throwing it on in the morning. The designer is a lovely lady called Elizabeth Suzann, based out of Nashville ( …where Karen Templer from Fringe Association is also located, what’s up Nashville!?).
Reading her statement feels a bit like reading a very precise description of the

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