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Introducing Knit ➔ Style ➔ Wear

It may not be immediately apparent, but several essential elements coalesce to create the multifaceted knitwear company, Tahki Stacy Charles. A drive to innovate, a determination to render the runway in forms accessible to the women who populate this planet, and a desire to develop and deliver a cohesive and consistent story that fellow knitters Read More >>

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Meet Tahki Stacy Charles Spring 2017 Collections

Tahki Stacy Charles prides itself on occupying a unique position in the knitting industry. Situated at the crossroads between fashion and knitwear design and operating out of the fashion capital of the world, New York City, we offer an unparalleled perspective on this craft we love so well. In past seasons, Stacy Charles Fine Yarns has Read More >>

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Bundling Up With On-Trend Accessories

Can basic accessories ever really go out of style? We don’t think so, but it’s important to remember that certain shapes and silhouettes enjoy prolonged popularity. For example, the Rustic Scarf utilizes a perennially popular braided cable stitch pattern. We relish cables in the fall and winter because lush, deeply textured stitchwork most effectively traps Read More >>

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Expert Layering With Woolly Winter Knits

Knitters understand the importance of winter layering. We’ve long embraced the utility of building looks around woolly layers, and certainly grasped the concept long before the Olsen twins popularized it. Aside from providing the perfect template for exploring intriguing stitchwork, cardigans, jackets, and coats extend the versatility of our wardrobes. A summer dress layered over Read More >>

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A Tweed Story

Tweed fabrics are the soul of the Fall/Winter season. They possess a texture inextricably tied to cold weather. Perhaps tweed’s prismatic hues recall the multicolored fall leaves that festoon the walkways of Central Park. Or, when winter snow blanches Manhattan, we might rely on tweeds for necessary depth and dimension. Whatever the reason, the cold Read More >>

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Chunky Knits For Winter 2016

Stating that “chunky knits are in” is slightly inaccurate. In order to be “in,” they would have to go “out,” and that simply isn’t the case. Warm weather forces chunky knits into wardrobe retirement, but they come roaring back every Fall and Winter. Preceding each season, we look to the runways and designer collections for Read More >>

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Crazy For Ewe & Knits That Sparkle

The Fall 2016 runways were resplendent with glittering fashions. Sequin-studded looks dominated catwalks as designers embraced high glamor. It’s unsurprising, given how popular sequins and metallics were for Spring and Summer. 2016 has been a year of shining out loud in bright, bold colors and resonant, reflective materials. I’ve long loved yarns that sparkle and twinkle—as Read More >>

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Tricoter Yarns and the Washington Heights Coat

The Washington Heights Coat has all the design elements knitters love: ample bracelet sleeves, nubbly moss stitch, generous pockets, a cozy shawl collar. Therefore, it didn’t surprise us that Washington Heights is a long-standing favorite at Tricoter. The Washington Heights Coat made its first appearance at this year’s Vogue Knitting Live in New York City. However, it existed long before then. I Read More >>

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Swatching Ravelry’s Hot Right Now With TSC Yarns

Readers might remember Stacy mentioning Flossie Arend in his first blog post launching Tahki Stacy Charles’ new Fall season. Well, that’s me! As an avid knitter, I’ll be chiming in on Stacy’s blog every now and again to share my knitterly perspective. As someone who always has an eye on what’s trending in fashion and knitting, I Read More >>

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An In-Depth Look at Fall 2016 Colors with Stacy Charles

At the start of every season, I feel a stirring sense of anticipation. Colors are such a potent element of designer collections. They dictate mood, tell and create cohesive stories, and serve as potent predictors for how the season’s fashions will unfold. One might assume that manipulating colors in new ways is impossible. We’ve done Read More >>