If you follow us on Instagram or Facebook you'll have seen the sneak peak images we've been posting leading up to our announcment of the new designer on Kitterly. Now we can let the cat out of the bag and annouce our new designer on Kitterly is SoCal native, Grace Akhrem! 

 

For Grace, her main objective is to create well written patterns for items people will want to wear and use. With color and texture as her inspriation she achives her goals. Each piece designed by Grace is fresh and clean, which is one of the many reasons we love her designs! 

 

Because, we are so thrilled to have Grace be apart of Kitterly we will be hosting a trunk show of her samples and even a guest visit or two. There will be more details on those fun events over the next coming weeks. 

 

Like my Kitterly team members, I have fallen in love with the designs by Grace Akhrem. I want make so many of her designs but the first will be this Houndstooth Slouch. It goes onto the needles tonight and I can't wait!

 

Happy Crafting!

 

Fleming

The nupp stitch is a quick method for making a cluster of stitches that pop out of your knitted fabric. The nupp stitch is used a lot in lace patterns, such as “Flan” by Heather Zopetti, to make flower buds, or berry motifs. It’s not as big or bulbous as a bobble, but it still adds a bumpy dimension to handknits that is quite charming! In this tutorial we are going to show you how to knit the nupp stitch so you can add it to your knitting playbook.

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The “Dream Scarf” by Blue Sky Alpacas features a wide ribbed cable that adds subtle texture to this scrumptious reversible scarf. The cable blends beautifully with the rest of the fabric by continuing the pattern while the cable is made. If you’re new to cables, or haven’t done them in a while, here’s our handy guide to knitting cables in pattern.

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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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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!

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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.

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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! With wild rocky terrain the backdrop for her crisp photos, Romi Hill's shawls are hard to miss on Ravelry.Read More
Hello and welcome to Kitterly.com! Your new home for ready-to-make knitting and crochet projects is finally live! The Kitterly concept started as a what if: What if the patterns you loved came packaged with the most suitable yarn, knitting needles and notions you needed?Read More

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