• New to Grainline, the Penny Raglan!

    The search for the perfect tee… It’s a real thing. For us it needs to be boxy, drapey, unclingy and of course soft! That’s why the Penny Raglan is the perfect tee. For those of you who have been following the blog and our Instagram for a while you probably recognize it. Jen has been wearing […]

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  • New Pattern Release… The Driftless Cardigan!

    Cardigans are an essential piece of any transitional weather wardrobe. We have been cooking up a super cute one that we are elated to share with you today. Meet the Driftless Cardigan! It’s the perfect cardigan for cooler temperatures throughout the year. Wear it when temperatures drop on a summer night or when it’s crisp […]

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  • Four Finished Hats

    I’ve mentioned before that I love testing out new designers and techniques via small projects like hats and today I have a few of those projects to show. 4 hats knit via 2 patterns from designers I’ve admired but haven’t had the chance to knit from yet! Colorado Roku Ravelry Post Pattern: Roku Yarn: Malabrigo […]

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  • Jen’s 2015 Year End Knit Review

    When I was thinking back on how my year in knitting went, I remembered it a bit differently than it actually went. Somehow this past year has seemed to pass at lightning speed, and yet last January seems so far away. Generally I’m a bit of an overly productive person, meaning I feel like I need to […]

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  • 2015 Pattern Recap: Stowe Bag

    This is our last pattern recap for the month, hopefully you have enjoy reminiscing with us! We finished up this year by releasing the Stowe, which only made it’s debut a little over a month ago. A collaborated pattern we did with Karen Templer of Fringe Supply Co, the Stowe can be purchased on our […]

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  • Lark Sew-Along: Boatneck

    Now for our final neckline, the boatneck. This one is by far the easiest with only 3 steps. Lets go! This first step is optional, but if you have a serger I recommend serging around the neckline. This helps to create a fold line around the neck edge and also looks nice on the finished […]

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