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Issue 3 Pattern: Dos Corientes

Dos Corrientes Pullover                                Designed by Kate BarriosDos Corrientes means “two currents”, after the side-by-side cables that split midway up this slightly cropped pullover, carrying on up to the shoulders. The squishy fisherman’s rib creates a warm and cosy pullover, and […]

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Issue 3 Pattern: Double Aran Hat

Double Aran Hat  Designed by Claudette Brady Claudette has come up with an amazing, fully reversible cable hat design which really breaks the mold! It is a challenging pattern, but her well-written instructions will walk an adventurous crocheter through the process. Difficult 4/5 ♥♥♥♥Instagram: @slipstitchneedlecraftRavelry: ​bedstuymaven Pattern Details:YARN: 4.5 oz (120gm), approx. 450 yds (412 m) Lion […]

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Issue 3 Pattern: Shawl for EveryBODY

Shawl for EveryBODY Designed by Fatimah Hinds Fatimah designed this lovely side-to-side shawl to use every bit of your yarn, and to be worn by EveryBODY.   Increases are worked on the right edge to the center point then decreases are worked on the right edge to the end. The left edge is a 6 stitch cable, […]

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Issue 3 Pattern: Eye of Sauron Hat & Mittens Set

​Designed by Adrienne LarsenAdrienne created a stunning cable pattern inspired by the Eye of Sauron from The Lord of the Rings for this exclusive matching set of mittens and a lined hat.Difficulty: Moderate 3/5 ♥♥♥Instagram: @the_yarnslayerRavelry: TheYarnslayer Pattern Details:SIZE: One Size FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Mittens: 19 cm / 7.5” palm circumference, 21 cm / 8.25” from end of ribbing to tip of fingers. Hat: 51 cm / 20” circumference, 25 […]

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Issue 3 Pattern: Villemo Kalebsdotter Socks

Designed by Anna Friberg A fun knit with a play on colour matching. Alternate and inverted stripes are a fun way to use colour for a ‘matching’ pair of socks. Of course, you could make sure they match perfectly without inverting the colours, just make a note that the yardages would be very different if this was […]

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Pay What You Wish Pricing for yarnpeople Back Issues

Here at yarnpeople, we understand many people use yarncraft as an affordable version of therapy, and particularly that those who live with a disability may also live under restricted finances as a result. ⁣ ⁣ There are so many places in society where accessibility for disabled people is not taken seriously. This is a real […]

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Luke Gilligan

Luke Gilligan designed the Unexpected Hat for Issue 3 | Cables. Luke’s Story I am a male knitter, fibre artist, and creative who has a dream to share the wonder, hope and love I find in crafting by providing technical editing services, blogging and pattern designing! I have been knitting for 10+ years and enjoy knitting accessories, working […]

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Ethan Barclay-Ennew

Ethan Barclay-Ennew (He/She/They) @ebeforever, designed the Queeng Hat for Issue 3 | Cables. Ethan’s Story Ethan has been knitting since they were 4 years old, taught by their great-grandmother and reinforced by their mother, grandmother, and librarians in school. Knitting maintained a small presence in their life until the opening of Needles in the Hay […]

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Dawn Henderson

Dawn Henderson @dawn.landix designed a delightful pair of Asali Socks for Issue 3 | Cables. ⁣⁣ ⁣ Dawn’s Story ⁣After a move to a new home knitting changed from a curiosity⁣ to a necessity. It seemed a logical⁣ hobby given the new climate in Colorado Springs. Knitting had now become a means of therapy,⁣ community and friendship. […]

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Claudette Brady

Claudette Brady, @slipstitchneedlecraft has come up with an amazing, fully reversible cable hat design which really breaks the mold. It’s available in Issue 3 | Cables. Claudette’s Story I was born on the island of Jamaica and migrated to the US at age 7. My mother taught me to crochet and sew at 8 years old I […]

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