Monthly Archives: September 2012

Noro

My love affair with Noro began in the late 1980s.  The first time I held a skein of Eisaku Noro’s Kureyon, my eyes were opened to his “world of nature.”  An undefinable palatte of unlikely color combinations speaks to his philosophy about the … Continue reading

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Mitered Square Blanket

Once the cover of  Horst Schulz’s book, Patchwork Knitting opens, color and texture radiate from the page.  It’s as if the cover of Pandora’s box has been removed filling my creative space with numerous possibilities. Domino Knitting by Vivian Hoxbro also explores … Continue reading

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Nuno Felting 101

Hear ye, Hear ye all blog followers of knitorious…On October 7 and 14, join knitorious at the A Work of Heart craft lounge in San Jose, CA to partake in the festivities.  From 9:30 am – 12:30 pm, tantalize your creative tastebuds learning the … Continue reading

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Anemone

After knitting a scarf in garter stitch with Kauni’s 140Effektgarn http://www.kauni.com, using a size 10-1/2 needle, I decided to add wooden beads of various sizes for resists.  After the fulling process, I was amazed at the sculptural piece of textile that … Continue reading

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