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Featured: Geo Point Hat by Dallas Ann Prentice

Featured: Geo Point Hat by Dallas Ann Prentice

Here in Japan, spring is in full bloom, and we are surrounded by the fresh greens and so much colors of flowers. It is so inspiring! I have been going through my stash, and picking out cheery colors that fits my mood, and feeling so happy. Although we are shifting on to a warmer weather, I know that some of you are still getting snow! Also if you are in southern hemisphere, you are probably looking forward to the sweater-wearing weather, which is  just around the corner. On this blog, we are featuring Dallas Ann Prentice, the designer behind Geo Point Hat. This unique hat...

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Featured: Hachinosu by Andrea Mowry

Featured: Hachinosu by Andrea Mowry

I can't believe how fast February and March have gone by, and how quickly the season of sakura has arrived. Since our release of amirisu Issue 15, we have been getting so many kind comments and cheers, and we are so grateful for all your support. For this issue, as always, we have asked the wondeful designers about their inspirations for the design, which never fails to facinate us. And this time around, we also asked about their recommendations on yarn shops and other places in their city! How exciting! So, today we are introducing Andrea Mowry, the designer behind Hachinosu (It means Honeycomb...

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Patterns for GENMOU

Patterns for GENMOU

GENMOU, an unique yarn made in Japan, and the collection they introduced in 2017 has been popular since its debut. It is extremely light, airy and the fabric it creates, is so smooth and dreamy. And have you already seen the new patterns? High Neck Pullover by Tomoko Noguchi     Reversible Rib Hat by Natsumi Kuge These are two popular Japanese patterns that we translated into English, and is available on Ravelry. Also, all the colors are stocked up at our online shop, so hope you enjoy the texture, and the color of GENMOU! The yarn is available at amirisu's online...

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Featured: Pink Pine Pair by Nataliya Sinelshchikova

Featured: Pink Pine Pair by Nataliya Sinelshchikova

We are excited to release our Winter 2018 issue of amirisu magazine later this week. So last but not least, today we are going to introduce Nataliya Sinelshchikova, the designer behind Pink Pine Pair from issue 14. Moving from Moscow, she now lives in a small village near Rotterdam, and is a graphic designer/ media artist. This pretty pair of mittens with symmetrically laid-out triangles caught many peoples eyes, and was one of the popular designs for our KAL. So as always, we asked her where the inspiration for this design came from. Nataliya: Actually, the inspiration came from the mood board that amirisu...

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