• Seafaring Socks

    New socks from my favorite old pattern, Priscilla’s Dream Socks, this time knit up with tinier needles and yarn. I usually use a sport weight but this time went with fingering. The yarn is Patons Kroy Ragg Shades in Grey Brown Marl (quite a long name there) and woah woah I love these stripes. I […]

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  • Knit Scout Tutorial

    Are you guys ready for the knit Scout Tee instructions? I’ve made this tutorial using a serger for a majority of the construction but if you don’t have one, or just don’t prefer to use one, you can use a regular machine. If you are using a sewing machine rather than a serger, my recommendation […]

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  • Mood Board | Scout Knit Tee

    You guys, I’m super excited to be teaming up with Mood Fabrics for this next post. Meg contacted me a few weeks ago about a pilot program they’ve been wanting to try out where Mood teams up with independent pattern designers to create Mood boards based on a specific pattern. The idea behind this is […]

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  • Hemlock Tee Pattern [it’s free]

    Hey guys, I’ve got a little summer treat for you. It’s a free pattern for all Grainline Studio Newsletter Subscribers! We all know I’m obsessed with boxy tops and from what I’ve seen on my Instagram, you guys are too, so now we have the Hemlock Tee! This tee is a little bit different than […]

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  • Scout Knit Tee Details

    I realized that I always show pretty wide shots of my finished garments and never really get into the closeup details. I took a few of the knit Scouts and thought I would share. This brings me to my question. Do you guys like seeing details of a garment up close? I do, but I […]

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  • Scout Knit Tee

    From time to time I get an email asking about making up the Scout Woven Tee in a knit fabric. I’ve seen a few people do it around the internet but having not tried it myself all I could do was refer them to one of the blogs that had done it and hope for […]

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