Spring Sale at Knit Culture Studio!

Apr 28, 2015 4:28:14 PM

It's a Spring Sale @ Knit Culture Studio! Bella, the "Hungry Caterpillar" wants you so enjoy a meal full of savings, and so do we! Our Sale starts May 2 - 8, and you can take advantage of discounts up to 75% on select items. Come on in to our Brick & Mortar location Knit Culture Studio here in Los Angeles to take advantage of these fantastic savings on amazing yarns from your favorite brands!

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Posted By kitterly blogger


It's almost here! Four jam packed days of yarn, yarn, and more yarn! LA County Yarn Crawl is March 26th-29th and Kitterly at Knit Culture Studio has got something for every knitter, crocheter, and fiber lover.

We have designer trunk shows from Hilary Smith Callis, Laura Chau, Kirsten Kapur, Terri Kruse, Beth Kling, and Manos del Uruguay.

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Alana Dakos - Cabled Leaf Pullover

Mar 9, 2015 4:53:54 PM

Our focus with Kitterly is creating a great experience for our customers from the moment they come to our site clear through casting off and showing off their new finished project. For that reason, we knew that Alana Dakos from Never Not Knitting would be a perfect match!



You might know her from her best selling books Coastal Knits with Hannah Fettig, Botanical Knits and Botanical Knits 2. Alana’s designs are inspired by nature, blending rich color with cabling to create delicate leaf motifs. Each design is a knitters dream with clear instructions and creative construction. I admit to being a perfectionist to a fault and the attention Alana pays to each detail until the last stitch is bound off which is something I appreciate immensely.


The "Cabled Leaf Pullover" is her exclusive design with Kitterly, and we are so excited to have the opportunity to present it to you!

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Posted in Project Ideas By kitterly blogger

Beth Kling’s “Aplomb” shawl features a dramatic edging that you knit onto the body stitches as you go. No binding off ‘loosely’ or unpicking a provisional cast-on, you are essentially casting-off while adding flair! 

The edging is not difficult for a more advanced knitter, and completely doable for an intermediate knitter who wants to stretch their skills. In fact, the chart and instructions are so cleanly written it's likely you won't need the tutorial at all! Nevertheless, we put together a quick photo tutorial to guide you through the tricky spots.

In this tutorial you'll see:
-How to get from the ‘Set-Up for Edging’ to cruising through Chart A
-How to join your knitted edging
-How to make and drop multiple YOs

Let’s get started!

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Posted in Kitterly Helpful Tips By Emma Gordon

New! Romi Hill Patterns & Projects!

Jan 21, 2015 11:14:58 PM

Every week we add new patterns and projects (i.e - pattern + materials) and this week's addition is dangerous for chronic shawl-knitters like myself. The Romi Hill pattern and project collection is now available!

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Welcome to Kitterly!

Jan 12, 2015 3:46:44 PM


Hello and welcome to Kitterly.com - your home for beautiful, ready-to-make knitting and crochet projects is finally live!

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Posted By Emma Gordon