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Some blogs about sewing. The history of sewing dates back to the Paleolithic Era, at the end of the Solutrean and the Magdalenian, 21,000 years ago, when the use of bone and ivory eyed needles spread. Sewing was usually used to tie animal skins stitch by stitch for the purpose of designing clothing or shelters. It was invented in 1800 by Joseph Marie Charles dit Jacquard, in Lyon. It is also to this inventor that we owe the mechanical loom known as the Jacquard loom, developed in the years that followed. Is Couture Reserved For Women? Great couturiers are also men - Sewing is also increasingly practiced by men. The discipline has become more democratic over time. It is said that women are more precise and more diligent than men at needlework, but this is not necessarily true. Yves Saint Laurent: He is undoubtedly one of the most famous couturiers in the world. His reputation is so important that his life was the subject of a film released in 2014. Born in Oran, Algeria, companion of Pierre Bergé, Yves Saint Laurent is also one of the greatest French fashion designers. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • How to Choose the Right Size for Your Cardigan May 4, 2022
    Choosing your sweater size is a tricky business (especially if you’re new to sweater knitting). It can feel like going on a blind date or taking a road trip with only a vague map of where you’re headed. I’ve talked a lot about ease over the years; whether you’re a student of my sweater workshops, […]

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  • How Do You Block a Crescent Shawl? April 14, 2022
    Art and versatility make a stunning pair when it comes to knitting crescent shawls, but – as you know – their full potential isn’t realized until they’re off the blocking mat. With the right tools and a little strategic pinning, you’ll soon have a gorgeous crescent to accent your wardrobe. You’ll Need Blocking pins, and/or […]

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  • How to Love the Yarn You’re With February 22, 2022
    Somebody fibbed. I’m not sure who did it. But someone gave us the idea that the specialness of yarn expires when it’s no longer new. Bring the yarn home, put it on a shelf with 47 of its new best friends, and in about 7-10 days it’s now “stash” yarn, which is significantly less sexy […]

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  • Crochet a Handsome Hammerhead Shark Designed By Anna Sytnikova May 15, 2022
    There are nine species of hammerhead sharks. The great hammerhead is the largest, and typically measures about 13 feet long and weighs about 500 pounds! Your creation doesn’t have to be that big, but it could if you like … Get the pattern via Ravelry, designed by Anna Sytnikova. SUGGESTED MATERIALS:   This post contains […]

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  • Make A Gorgeous ‘Got Your Back Wrap’ By Mary W Martin Using Her Fusion Knitting Technique May 15, 2022
    Gorgeous! This wrap is fully reversible and each flower is worked from the centre out and grafted to an adjacent flower on a common edge. Small triangles complete the sides between the flowers. Each flower uses two colours of fingering weight yarn; each colour will form a flower on one side of the fabric. Get […]

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  • Designer Spotlight: 11 Fun Ladybug Patterns For Knitters & Crocheters May 15, 2022
    Every week I highlight one of my favorite knit, crochet and fiber art designers on Etsy and Ravelry! This week I’m featuring ladybug patterns for knitters and crocheters! Enjoy! See more patterns via Etsy and Ravelry. * This post contains affiliate links.

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  • A Beekeeper's Cushion March 11, 2021
    There was something about when the pandemic first began that put me in a “make due and mend” mindset. Maybe it was the uncertainty of what was going to happen next. Maybe it was the lack of toilet paper. But… I was suddenly in the mood to finish or at least start working on my […]

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  • A Little Yellow Aida March 4, 2021
    Baby Sweaters are great for using up yarn stash! They only take 1 or 2 skeins of yarn usually, and I have lots of full skeins with accompanying little scrap balls leftover from previous projects. This little cardigan was just the thing for some gorgeous Becoming Art single ply worsted I had languishing in my […]

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  • Magnolia February 19, 2021
    I bet you thought I fell off the face of the earth, didn’t you? In some ways I have, I suppose. Life has taken a few unexpected detours and I have slowed way down in all things involving the knitting world. One thing however will never change for me. I will always find joy in […]

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  • We Love a Good Theme May 5, 2022
    Each of our ebooks has a different theme. They have been inspired by places we love, knitting techniques that have captivated us, and specific times in our lives. Our ebooks all together are a little bit of us.

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  • What is Ease? April 8, 2022
    Simply put: Ease is the difference between the size of your finished knit and the size of your body. So, if your item is bigger than you, it's got positive ease. If it's smaller than you, it's got negative ease. So, how much ease is right for you and your project?

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  • A Love Note So Nice I Knit It…Lots of Times! March 31, 2022
    A rainbow of Love Note inspiration!

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  • Pattern Round Up: April 2022 May 12, 2022
    April always feels like a month of transition which is reflected in our knitting and crochet pattern choices this month. Some days you can dress like it’s full blown spring in light tops and no tights. The next you’re back in your woollies and a coat.  OFF THE GRID BY AFIFA © Afifa Off the […]

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  • An Interview with Beth from Beehive Yarns April 22, 2022
    You may remember Beth from our Beehive Yarns Sock Kits last December, they were such a hit that when we decided to run a little pop up to celebrate Yarn Store Day we just had to invite her back! For two weeks starting on Saturday 30th April for YSD we will have two of her bases […]

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  • Save The Date | Yarn Store Day | 30th April April 22, 2022
    Not to be confused with Yarn Shop Day which was created by Lets Knit, Yarn Store Day is an international event created by the TNNA that aims to highlight the bricks and mortar wool shops around the world, the small businesses that empower their local community of knitters, crocheters and crafters through providing products, classes […]

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