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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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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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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 >>

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A Look At One Of Fall’s Hottest Trends – Fair Isle

If we think of trends as being transitory, then it follows that what is hot today may not be so popular tomorrow. But certain trends stay with us. They ride the tide of fashion and wash ashore, season after season. These trends are a wonderful opportunity to reinterpret, explore, and redefine their established qualities. Fair Read More >>

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The Inspiration Behind the Brand – Meet Stacy Charles

My life’s work exists at the intersection where fashion and fiber meet and I have a long-standing love affair with fiber and texture. As I look back on my early days of hand weaving or reach back even further to joining my aunt and uncle in their hand knitting business in New York City’s garment Read More >>

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Tahki Stacy Charles Yarns NEW Fashion Blog – COMING SOON!

Tahki Stacy Charles is excited to announce our new Fall products will be LIVE on our website in just 3 days! With over 80 new patterns and dozens of new yarns, our Fall update will have everything you need to get a jump start on Fall and Winter knitting. But that’s not all! This fall we will Read More >>

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Knitting & The Benefits of Slow Fashion

Egyptian socks in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, circa 250-450 AD “We live in an age where unnecessary things are our only necessities.” – Oscar Wilde Knitters are an interesting lot, especially in 2015. We are essentially crafting our own clothing using sticks and string at a time when we can choose our next Read More >>

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Fashion Report: Sleeveless Tops

There’s a lot to love about summer: barbecues, beach parties, and lounging by the pool. But when the temps are high, styling can get tricky. How do you do up the fashion without wilting under the heat? Sleeveless tops are the perfect way to beat the heat without sacrificing your look. Add interest with out Read More >>