Back in April when I had just started making my YouTube podcasts, I talked about making submissions. I got tons of responses to that story, and many asked me to make a video about how I make submissions and what submitting work really means. It took me a while to make that video, but it’s … Continue reading SWEATER CHRONICLES PT. 1 – SUBMISSIONS.
I’m looking for quick and reliable test knitters to work with me on my Narwhal pullover pattern. The deadline for the test knit is June 30th. If you wish to be part of this test knit please send me a message saying which size you want to knit by email at lunaknitblog (at) gmail.com. You can see … Continue reading NARWHAL. CALL FOR TEST KNITTERS.
The story of the Narwhal pullover started back in 2016. Karen Templer from the Fringe Association blog started a top-down pullover KAL (knit along), where all the participants improvised their own pullovers, knitted from top downwards, of course. I had fallen in love with this beautiful cable pattern after seeing it on Pinterest and desperately … Continue reading NARWHAL.
I think all of you will agree with me, that knitting your own clothes is slow, but only a few will actually know how long it really takes from an idea to become a published pattern. When I wrote my first patterns all I did was knit the sample and then write the pattern, take some … Continue reading KIURU. FROM AN IDEA TO A PATTERN.
A few months back I got an email from Brooklyn Tweed asking me to join their new preview knitter program. The program offered me a chance to pick one pattern from their upcoming Winter ’18 collection before its official launch date, but I couldn’t show anyone what I was knitting or give out any information about … Continue reading KIRIGAMI.
A few weeks ago I got an email from We are knitters asking if I was interested in a little social collaboration with them. I was over the moon happy about this opportunity! It is a privilege to get to work with such a well-known company as WAK. Initially WAK was looking for Swedish knitters … Continue reading WE ARE KNITTERS X LUNAKNIT BLOG.
Yesterday I wrote about the Brooklyn Tweed Lace KAL, but that wasn’t the only Make-Along I took part during the summer. I briefly mentioned the Summer of Basics MAL in my previous post, and thought I could share a bit more about it today. Karen Templer from Fringe Association started a 3-month long Make-Along running … Continue reading SUMMER OF BASICS.