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Why Your della Q Purchase Matters

I’m just someone trying to make a living.  Aren’t we all?  When I started my business 12 years ago, I was simply trying to pay my mortgage and bills as a single woman.  I was fortunate to find the knitting industry … Continue reading

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She had a vision…

  In 2011 she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Due to complications she was unable to have reconstruction surgery right away, as she had hoped.. Barb Demorest had a decision to make, what to do in the meantime. Her doctor … Continue reading

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Stitch by Stitch…

Charity knitters gather in groups all over the world to share their passion for the craft. Friendships are created. Knitting knowledge is shared, with no expectations in return. These special folks come together for  a variety of projects from baby hats to … Continue reading

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Knitting Bag with Pockets, Pockets, Pockets

The Isabella knitting bag has it all.  Lightweight?  Check.  Zip Closure?  Check.  Pockets?  Check.  Pockets?  Check.  Did I say “pockets”? Funny thing just happened.  I’m writing this during a bit of down time at Vogue Knitting Live in Red Rock, … Continue reading

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Cocoknits Sweater Workshop~a book review

by Jennifer Hughes: It can be daunting to start a new knitting project – you never know if it will be quite right until the very end when you try it on. In Julie Weisenberger’s new book Cocoknits Sweater Workshop, … Continue reading

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Love this tutorial by Tanya Eberhardt of Little Things Blogged!

How to knit the Long Textured Stitch By Tanya Eberhardt   Hello to you! I am so excited to participate in a guest post series here on the DellaQ blog!To kick this new venture off I decided to share a … Continue reading

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Stitches in the City | Knitting Project Bags

Do you check out local yarn stores on your travels?  Do you look for something unique to remind you of your trip?  I do.  Well, as you know, I don’t knit so I tend to visit local kitchen stores.  I … Continue reading

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Crochet DOES belong in the Knitting World!

Adding Crochet to Your Knitting Toolbox by Sara Leighton, designer and blogger As a crochet designer, it is evident that I think crochet has a great deal of stand-alone merit. Crochet projects, patterns, and techniques have come a very long … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry, Knit Happy

Knitting Sarah’s Tips for Healthy & Happy Productivity  by Sarah Chy As you turned your calendar from October to November last week,  I’m sure many of you may had that moment of panic where you realized that Christmas is just … Continue reading

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8 Things I Can Do on 8 Acres

This isn’t about knitting.  It isn’t about any crafty thing really.  It is me just putting out to the universe how fortunate I am.  My husband and I celebrated our five year anniversary in July (clap, clap, clap).  On the … Continue reading

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