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Category: Knitting Designers
Indepedent knitwear and crochet designer Alla Koval of My Little City Girl specializes in unique kid's wear. In addition to selling from two clothing collections, Koval offers patterns for sale and for free at her website. Her fans send in pictures of garments made from her designs which she proudly displays in the online collection. We are overjoyed to have her share her free patterns with the FaveCrafts readers.
Anna Hrachovec designs cute and strange knitted toys that appeal to adults and kids alike. The Japanese touch in her designs comes from two years that she spent in Japan studying film and language while absorbing the country's kawaii-obsessed culture. When she's not designing new toy patterns, Anna is creating character-based fiber art with her knitting.
As a child, I loved crafting, and often sewed my own toys and doll clothes. However, I didn't learn to knit until I found a knitting group at university. A toy rabbit was one of the first things I ever knit, because I wanted to learn a bunch of techniques with one small and quick project. A few years later, in 2006, I started designing and selling my own patterns for small toy animals with cute outfits.
Carol Sunday began designing knitwear as soon as her mother put a pair of needles into her little hands. Throughout her studies in engineering and medicine and her career as an artist, knitting was always the thing.
Cassandra Dominick is a PhD student at the University of Arkansas studying counselor education, but knitting is what keeps her up at night. Socks are her favorite knitting obsession. She maintains a blog at http://knitthehellout.com, and you can also find her on Ravelry as casystotyle or Twitter as knitten.
My great escape is that I am a knitter, weaver, spinner and currently pen the blog, Olives and Mermaids and Wine, oh my..... I learned to knit from my Grandmother and Mother as a child and haven't stopped learning or exploring the world of fiber. I have been creating my own patterns for many years, but have recently begun to actually write them down. My favorite wool is alpaca, but have been enjoying the discovery of different types of wool and other natural fibers. I usually knit or weave and spin every day....what would a day be without it.
I started knitting about three years ago, but come from a Family of knitters. My mother knitted for years and taught me to knit when I was a child, however at that time I found it very boring. After my children were born and raised I stared knitting for charity work and raffles. I totally enjoyed it and started knitting all the time.
ColourSpun yarn is created by hand; therefore each skein is imbued with the artist's energy and will have its own unique characteristics. Only the finest quality, locally grown merino wool roving and yarn, kid mohair and pure cotton is used; colored in a smoke and pet free environment using earth friendly dyes which have excellent wash fast and light fast properties.
Emi Harrington, has been crafting in one way or another ever since she can remember! Her love of crafts began at a very early age, and she is constantly in "crafting mode." Papier-mache, Woodworking, Jewelry making, Sculpting, Wood Carving, Oil Painting, Painting in Acrylics, Clay making, Card Making, Sewing, Knitting and Crochet, are just some of her interests.
Fiber artist Fayme Harper has been knitting for 38 years since she learned to knit with her left-handed father at the age of 14 from library books.
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