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A blog for all knitters, like myself, who are allergic to wool.

Owner: joaniek

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Language: English

Tags: wool-free knitting, knitting with non-wool fibers, knitting, cotton and linen, handmaiden seasilk

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Latest Blog Posts for Wool Free and Lovin' Knit

  • Check out the August Edition of Knit Today, UKIt was a real honor to have been interviewed by Knit Today UK for an article, "I'm Allergic to Wool" in their August 2015 edition. Thanks to journalist Kirstie Sleight for giving wool-free knitters a nod! I honestly never expected to get a...
  • Sunday stroll wearing the Sonoma Stole
    on Aug 2, 2015 in FO's - my completed knits
    I started this stole a really long time ago (yikes, has it really been 2 years in the making?). I thought it was a great pattern for using up some of my linen leftovers. The colors I used are dark and light teal, grey, green, gold, cream and navy. Th...
  • The HoneyBee Romper Set
    on Jul 21, 2015
    Okay, this is one of those knits that is so cute you just want to run out and stick a baby in it. I'm a bit of a sucker for rompers anyway, but this honeybee romper just rocks cuteness! It's also one of those knits that I look at and think, "Wow...
  • Bee-utiful BootiesHere are the booties I knit to match the bonnet. I'm so tickled with them. They are just too cute for words. The little bees are my favorite part of this whole design. I've used some organza ribbon for the wings and burned the ends to prevent fraying...
  • I've got a Bee in my BonnetIn my ongoing search for cute baby knits I came across the Honey Bee Romper pattern by Marcelline Simonotti. I wasn't familiar with this designer before but we've been in contact since and I was surprised to learn that she is a fellow wool-free knitt...
  • Acorn Trail Cardigan Complete
    on Jun 22, 2015 in FO's - my completed knits
    Well, this knitting journey was a long one with the GPS saying "turn around when possible" on more than one occasion. But, at long last I have completed the Acorn Trail Cardigan and I'm happy to say the sweater took it's maiden voyage out o...
  • Uncommon threads: A yarn store review
    on Jun 19, 2015 in Yarn shop reviews
    It's been a LONG time since I visited a new yarn store. I've been too busy gardening and knitting down my existing stash to go yarn crawling, but this week I took a break and visited Uncommon Threads in Los Altos, CA. It's an easy day-trip from San F...
  • Let the Baby Knitting Begin!
    on Jun 10, 2015 in FO's - my completed knits
    There's some exciting news in my family. My baby niece is having a baby! Oh let the baby knitting begin. I've had this football cocoon and hat pattern queued for some time because my niece and her husband are big football fans. Thought this would mak...
  • Another Easy Folded Poncho Success
    on May 15, 2015
    The Easy Folded Poncho has become a favorite mindless knit to have on hand so it was great news when my eldest niece said she would love to have one (in black). I found some Berroco Linsey (color 6534) on sale and cast on in early April knitting mind...
  • Glad to See the Back of It!After what has felt like an eternity, I am happy to say that the back of my acorn cardigan is now complete and boy, am I glad to see the back of it! In case you've forgotten, I'd got about 2/3rds of the back knit when I noticed a mistake in the cable...
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