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  • A Summer Lookbook (and discount code!) from Oak Fabrics

    I hope you all are ready for a Friday treat, because I’ve got one for you! A super cute look book, kits, and a discount code from my local shop (and old employer!) Oak Fabrics featuring our patterns with the amazing new fabric lines from Leah Duncan! Rachel, the owner of Oak Fabrics, floated us the […]

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  • Our Top 5 Tips, Patterns, and Tutorials for Beginning Sewers

    As part of the Summer of Basics Make-Along we thought it would be fun to share 5 of our top tips, patterns and tutorials since I know there are a lot of knitters joining in who are new to sewing. We have so many tips, patterns, and tutorials it was hard to choose so you […]

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  • The Summer of Basics Make-Along is Here!

    I mentioned a few posts back that our friend and Stowe Bag collaborator, Karen of Fringe Supply Co was cooking up something fun this summer called the Summer of Basics Make-Along. Well it’s June 1st so that means it all starts today! The premise of the Summer of Basics is to fortify our wardrobes together […]

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  • Me Made May | Archer Roundup

    We are in the midst of Me Made May. A sewing challenge created by Zoe Edwards in 2010. Participants pledge to wear a handmade item everyday during the month of May. It’s so great to see what everyone is making with Grainline patterns this year! These are our favorite Archer Button Ups that we found […]

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  • Shibui Winners

    Our Shibui Knits giveaway has closed and we’ve had so much fun reading everyone’s replies! Our blog winner, picked by Google’s random number generator, is Erin! So if your name is Erin keep an eye on your inbox, I’ve already emailed you.

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  • The Summer of Basics

    This morning Karen of Fringe Supply Co. posted something I’m really excited about on her blog, the Summer of Basics Make-Along! Essentially it’s 1 garment a month for 3 months, June through August, with the goal of filling in basic wardrobe gaps. Garments can be knitted or sewn and only need to adhere to your […]

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