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Judy Greer who recently went public on the Today Show as a knitter is hosting a KAL. She has teamed up with Primrose Yarn Company in her first KAL experience, and the two are currently polling social media users on their preferred featured pattern. While there are not many details to share, this is something to keep an eye on if you’re like us and want Kitty Sanchez to joing your knitting circle. So, click the picture above to chime in on @missjudygreer’s IG post. She’s a self-confessed KAL newbie, so help make this experience the best!

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In “Is It Too Early To Start Planning For Next Year” news, STITCHES has announced that they will be adding another city to their fiber festival lineup. October 2-5, 2019, Stitches will be in Salt Lake City to make new fiber friends and inspire others. Festival-goers can expect a curated marketplace, educational classes, and more. Excuse us while we go pencil in the date.

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The pattern book inspired by the TV series Twin Peaks is coming at you with a KAL. Running October 10th – December 9th, cast on one of many patterns in Ruby Submarine’s Great Northern Knits to join in the fun. Choose any one of the cozy patterns that celebrate the great outdoors and the iconic mountainscapes of the Pacific Northwest.

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If you’ve ever wanted to knit an Arne & Carlos sweater, now’s the time. One of their timeless, Norweigan colorwork sweaters is now available with English instructions. The sweater, designed for Save The Children, features colorwork across the chest and arms is knit from the bottom up. All proceeds from sales of the pattern will be donated to Saves The Children, which works to support children all over the world.

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