Welcome to our blog!  Here you will find links to our new free patterns (check out our newest pattern Lucille, a vintage inspired 2 piece baby set knit in Canopy Fingering here), tutorials on knitting techniques found in our published designs or little tidbits we find interesting and want to share, design inspiration, yarn updates, images of finished projects and much much more.

We would love to see what you have made!  If you would have a project knit or crocheted out of one of our designs, drop us a line – we love to see them! If there is a special technique that you want to master, or have a nagging knit or crochet question, drop us a line as well and we will see what we can do for you.

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6 thoughts on “hello!

  1. melissa says:

    do i get to be the first to comment? well, woo hoo, congratulations on the new blog! 🙂

  2. Veronica says:

    Congrats on the new blog. I love the new Lucille pattern it is so cute. I’m definitely adding to my list of future projects.

  3. andrea says:

    How exciting! Adding to my google reader right now 🙂

  4. Denise Gagnon says:

    I was reading Hampshire Life in the Daily Hampshire Gazette last night and in the Shopping Basket section there is a piece titled Hats On and it says “if you’re a knitter, Web’s……in Northampton…suggests a lacy Springtime in Philadelphia beret designed by Kelbourne Woolens….It can be knit with just one skein of the Fibre Company’s blend of alpaca, merino, eco-friendly bambo.” Congrats on the blog, the pattern, and the beautiful yarn.

  5. Emily says:

    I’m working on your Lucille pattern and have one question regarding the lace pattern chart. From your picture it looks like there’s a rim, so do I need to do K4 at the beginning and the end of the lace pattern? I have tried the first lace row as shown (without the 4 knit stitches on each side) and don’t know why I don’t have enough stitches to finish the repeat pattern & leave enough for the final bit. Hopefully you could help and shed some light.
    By the way, amazing site and very lovely yarn & pattern!

  6. Jessica says:

    I’m working on “Lucille” too and have the same question as Emily – how do I get the rim?
    Otherwise I really love the pattern and I’m sooo looking forward to finishing it…thanks a lot for your help and the wonderful patterns!

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