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Featured: Kew by Nele Redweik

Featured: Kew by Nele Redweik

We were enjoying the beauty of fall at our retreat just a few weeks ago, and although some colors still remain on the foliage, the holiday season is just around the corner. I'm sure you are starting to think about/ or have already started your holiday projects. Today, we introduce Nele Redweik and her design Kew. It is a hat with a bold botanical motif, and with a little halo that appeals to many of us, it would be perfect for those projects. Some of Nele's other designs are Nephele and BUE, showcases classic cables in such modern ways, both...

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Featured: Sunday Market by Ayano Tanaka

Featured: Sunday Market by Ayano Tanaka

I've been seeing so many pictures of Rhinebeck since last week, and I am so jealous! Everyone seemed they were having a great time, and the Rhinebeck sweaters were just awesome. My dream is to go there one day. So, now that one of the big event is over for 2017, why don't you join our KAL for amirisu Issue 14? Anything from this issue is eligible, so pick your favorites,  and share your projects with us.  Please join amirisu group on Ravelry, and there will be prizes drawn for the FOs, when the KAL ends at 20th Dec.   Maybe this pattern is your favorite?...

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Featured: Devon by Paula Pereira

Featured: Devon by Paula Pereira

Have you already seen the latest issue of amirisu? I hope you are enjoying the magazine as we are. From this week, We will be introducing patterns and designers from Issue 14, and the first one is Devon! The beautifully texturized, yet so light and confortable, it is a go-to pullover from the cover. The designer behind this pattern is Paula Pereira, who lives between Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is particularly fond of mathematics and geometry which enables her to design garments with interesting constructions and always in a flattering shape. Some of her latest designs...

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Craft City Guide: Portland, OR

Craft City Guide: Portland, OR

Photo courtesy of Wildcraft Studio School. In the latest issue of amirisu, I was able to realize the idea I've been wanting to try in the last couple of years - a craft city guide. I have been pretty crafty all my life, and knitting is not the only craft I keep my hands busy with. Majority of our readers are similarly interested in diverse types of crafts. That's why our guide is not a yarn shop guide.I've been to Portland, Oregon, a few times in the recent years, and always felt truly inspired just by being there and walking...

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