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  • February 24 2015 – thisisknit

    All grown up!

    Here's a spectacular finished object, knitted by Jaclyn Allen, a good friend of This Is Knit. It's from Boo Knits' gorgeous Wintersweet pattern, which comes as no surprise: stunning lace, lots of beading! This example is made from Juniper Moon Findley laceweight, and the colour is Hyacinth. At a generous 730 metres a ball, there's more than enough to knit...

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  • October 01 2013 – thisisknit

    Two for joy

    Babies need blankets, and we're convinced that the best blankets are handmade. We've two to show you, both beautiful, both practical and each completely different. First of all, our wonderful customer Jenny recently made the brightly coloured treasure in the picture above and allowed us to share the project and her picture with you. It's the Chevron Baby Blanket by...

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  • May 01 2013 – thisisknit

    Comfort and joy

    We've shown you the amazing work of clareblove here before, most notably when we featured Speziale, her wonderful Latvian Garden Baby Blanket last year. Well, she's done it again. This time we're in awe of her Tír Chonaill, which is a combination of several of our favourite things: Clare's knitting, Studio Donegal's delicious Soft Merino and Kate Davies' clever and...

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  • October 31 2012 – thisisknit

    Boo!

    We get to see a lot of lovely knitted and crocheted objects, but it's not often that we meet one as charming, clever and downright dotey as this. When we saw it, we begged for the details to share with you, so here goes. First of all, this is not a giant hat photographed with an average pumpkin. It's a...

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