Puddles with Terran MKAL yarn

Terran MKAL

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Hems and Ends, Pattern Related, Puddles, Terran MKAL, Yarn Leave a Comment

Terran MKAL beckons you forth armed with brioche stitches and stunning yarn into a deep exploration of the subterrain and terrain structures. This shawl is designed for brioche knitting loving terrans – an adventure to knit and thrill to wear! The pattern is live (on presale!) on Payhip, Ravelry, and Lovecrafts. The knitting starts October 7th. The fun happens in the Knit Eco Chic group on Slack!

plunging at home

Plunge Take Two

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Hems and Ends, Pattern Related, Puddles Leave a Comment

The photographic “vision” for “Take the Plunge” came early in the design process… unusually early! I hadn’t even finished designing some of the items when I knew exactly how I wanted to shoot the book. As the months rolled on and the samples were knit, washed, blocked, and ready to shoot – COVID, a gas shortage, and health issues (for both camera mom and me) kept hitting the snooze on our plans. I debated strongly about “just getting it done” locally as my Aunt and Uncle live 8 hours away (round trip). But that idea God gave me just wouldn’t shake free.

Puddles with Butterfly Silk close up (RS)

Carrying Yarn

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, Hems and Ends, How-Tos, Pattern Related, Puddles, Q&A, Summer 2 Comments

Our newest release, Butterfly Silk, features optional colourwork with some beautiful colour transitions! But that necessitates the question, how to carry the yarn? I know there are tons of methods out there – from the “no carrying, I cut and weave in ALL those extra ends” camp to the super sly “hide it in my knitting” camp and everything in between.

Sharing 2021

Lindsay Lewchuk Announcements, eco world, Hems and Ends, Puddles, Q&A Leave a Comment

We’re going to continue another year sharing with Handspun Hope!  Last year saw so much wonderful growth with that ministry.  Our 2020 Sharing partner, Handspun Hope, has been raising money these last few months to build “The Will Barnhill Counseling Center” at their yarn dyeing / crafting compound in Rwanda.  As we wrap up our business year end this month what a way to celebrate – this week they announced the second story of said building is now fully funded!! Praise the Lord and heartfelt thanks to all their donors. Earlier this year, Puddles and I took part in Handspun Hope’s first ever Virtual 5K.  This effort funded the first floor of the counseling center.  Thank you to those who …