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meghan huber
Author of newenglandknitting.com, PhD candidate in Bioengineering at Northeastern University
Author of newenglandknitting.com, PhD candidate in Bioengineering at Northeastern University
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Fiber Camp and the Knit North Yarn Crawl - That's a wrap!
It's been a few a weeks now since Fiber Camp and the Knit North Yarn Crawl , so its about time I write about all of the fibery fun I had in March!   Fiber Camp 2016 As always, Fiber Camp was a blast! Last year was my first time attending, and it was such a ...

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Introducing the 2016 Knit North Yarn Crawl Shawl, Maritana!
It was back in the fall while I was knitting in the extra comfy chair
at Circle of Stitches when the store owner (and friend) Ana Campos asked if I'd be interested in designing the official shawl for the 2016 Knit North Yarn Crawl . I remember it so vividl...

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The Commitment Cardigan
To kick things off in the new year, I started knitting a cardigan for Michael. Because I wanted it to be something that he would wear a lot, I asked him to choose any sweater pattern he liked. Remind me that I should think before doing that again. Not that ...

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Rauschberg and McIntire
It's pattern season over here in the New England Knitting Studio (aka my living room). Last month, not only did the Hoxey Cowl debut in Interweave Knits, I also self published two patterns: Rauschberg and McIntire . Rauschberg This beanie is named after Rau...

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Hoxey Cowl
Interweave Knits Winter 2016 is now out, and I am extremely excited because it features my Hoxey Cowl ! I designed this cowl specifically with Plymouth Yarn's Baby Alpaca Grande in mind. For starters, I wanted something warm and cozy. In my opinion, you can...

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It's Fall, Right?
I have mixed feelings about rain... I hate getting soaked, but I love being indoors looking and listening to the gray world through the window. Though this morning, I'm leaning more towards dislike with regards to rain, because it seems to have brought back...

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Micalet beanie is now available!
If you follow me on any other form of social media, then you know by now that my newest (and first) pattern, Micalet , is now available on ravelry. Now I can officially divulge all the details! Micalet is a slightly slouchy beanie that has integrated cables...

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Tis the season for hats!
With fall hopefully just around the corner, I've found myself knitting A LOT of hats these days. I really like knitting hats because not only are they are quick, but they allow for endless creativity. It's fun to play around with different colors and textur...

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Samples for Lady Dye Yarns
First, let me apologize for abandoning my blog while I was in Europe. I wish I could say that I was too busy exploring German countryside, hiking the Swiss Alps, knitting with the finest of Wollemeise and drinking wine, but alas, that was not true. Instead,...
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