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Top Trend Fall 2017: Cable Knits

(L-R) Ryan Roche, Lanvin, Max Mara, Saint Laurent The story goes that fishermen’s wives deliberately crafted their husband’s sweaters with unique cable designs. Should anything happen while at sea, the distinctive motifs would help identify them. Cables are steeped in tradition. Most knitters remember the first time they attempted cables, as it seemed a daunting Read More >>

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Top Trend 2017: Summer Shimmer

(L-R) Georges Hobeika Haute Couture, Lalo RTW, Christopher Kane   We’re officially halfway through 2017 and have reached the terminus of our top trends for the year. I won’t say we saved the best for last, as I adored all our top picks this year. However, our final favorite certainly speaks directly to the Stacy Charles Fine Yarns brand. Read More >>

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Spring Invites A Chance For Texture

For some knitters, a feeling of apathy arises when winter gives way to spring. Gone are the lush, chunky knits, warmth-trapping cables, and cushy-thick merino wools. I can remember a time when spring and summer meant a lull in knitting, but the industry has advanced in manipulations of and dedication to warm weather fibers and Read More >>

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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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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 >>