New Pattern

Introducing WICKERWORK

October 19, 2017

I am so excited to introduce WICKERWORK! This pattern has been a long time coming! I started the first shawl last winter with a twisted stitch pattern that I admired in Barbara Walker’s, Treasury of Knitting Patterns, and a wonderful skein of @jillmakesstuff Empire. I really wasn’t sure how I would like a triangle shawl knit […]

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My Summer of Socks: Introducing Op-Socks!

October 5, 2017

It has been many years since I knit a pair of socks! Actually, nearly a decade! Yet back in June I found myself in Shetland on one of Gudrun Johnstone and Mary Jane Mucklestone‘s Grand Shetland Adventures (you really should go on one) and realized that the most important thing that I didn’t have with […]

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VANDRE: A Cozy Pullover with Modern Lines!

September 9, 2017

I could not be more excited to announce that the has launched and I am honored to be included among some of my favorite designers. I will put together a proper email next week, but for now here is a photo of , knit in one of my favorite yarns, Woolfolk I could not be […]

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NEW SUIT: A Modern Classic!

August 3, 2017

About six months ago I started thinking about how fashion lines have changed, since I started designing some 8 years ago. I wanted to work toward a collection of garments that would be considered NEW BASICS! I thought about a few of my classics and considered how I would re-design them today. I started with […]

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Introducing unMix 31!

February 17, 2017

I am so excited to be relaunching one of my favorite designs. First published as part of the Shibui Mix Collection, unMix 31 has been updated to include a broader range of sizes (28”-54” bust sizes) and to be knit in a single strand of Shibui’s luxe yarn, Drift. The curved hemline, A-line shaping and loose […]

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Introducing SINUOUS – a new shawl and a Valentine’s Day offer!

February 10, 2017

I am having so much fun exploring indy dyed yarns AND shawl design. Here, in my second design, I combine a dyer who I have followed for many years, A Verb for Keeping Warm and a classic crescent shawl shape to create a modern, wearable statement shawl: SINUOUS. sin.u.ous ˈsinyo͞oəs/ adjective having many curves and turns. winding, windy, serpentine, […]

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Named for my alma mater, BARNARD!

September 8, 2016

So many years ago now, I graduated from Barnard College. Going to an all women’s college and to Barnard, specifically, was one of the best decision I made in my life! The curriculum was formidable, the faculty were demanding, the students were engaging, and the city was mesmerizing. As scared as I was to go […]

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Introducing HERRING: an easy-to-knit, modern wrap

March 10, 2016

As you already know, I am not a traditional lace shawl knitter, but I fell in love with the look of this simple lace pattern, while swatching for a new sweater idea. Most of the time, I find lace knitting to be tedious, but with this pattern I found that I could get into the […]

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The final in the Building Blocks series: BENT CARDI!

September 25, 2015

After swatching Shibui’s new yarn, Dune, it was clear to me that this was the perfect yarn for my bent cardi. With 25% baby camel and 25% silk, Dune’s hand is amazing and it knit up beautifully: just enough drape, just enough sturdiness for a cardigan that you want to wear every day! Bent cardi […]

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Today’s Building Blocks pattern is BENT!

September 24, 2015

With a subtle curve from back-to-front and a plunging v-neck collar, bent has been my go-to sweater for cocktail parties all summer. The fluid drape and silky luxuriousness of Shibui Staccato dresses up any skinny jeans and a tank top. All I added was one of my daughter, Amalia’s, chunky necklaces and I was ready to go! For summer, I knit […]

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