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Welcome to the online collection of books, DVDs, PDF patterns, luxurious yarn kits and handmade, one of a kind samples by knit and crochet designer Kristin Omdahl.

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Wednesday
Feb282007

Flaming Hot Workshop March 31 - Don't miss it

Join Kristin's Flaming Hot Faroese Shawl workshop for a Saturday afternoon of knitting this gorgeous and practical shawl.

The workshop will be on Saturday, March 31, 2007 at Skeins on Main, in Rochester, Michigan. Please come and join us for a sexy, ruffle-y wrap, perfect for spring and summer evenings on the town.
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Monday
Feb262007

Hot off the Press

211509-694613-thumbnail.jpgIf you haven't yet seen the Spring Issue of Cast On Magazine (Feb - Apr 2007), don't miss Kristin's Lacy Brioche Top on page 54. Its a short-sleeved, a-line lacy top with a scallop-trimmed boatneck and picot trimmed body and set in sleeves. The sweater is worked in Alpaca Yarn Company's Glimmer, a fingering weight baby alpaca with a holographic fiber running through it; hence the name Glimmer.

The sweater comes in a range of sizes, from 36" to 48" (actual bust + 4" ease). The brioche stitch, when blocked gives the appearance of lace (but much, much easier!) and the picot and scallop trims have a delicate, vintage vibe.

Click here for a kit to make Kristin's Lacy Brioche Top 

Sunday
Feb182007

Priceless

Finding the right leather and wood toggle closures for a jacket design: $12.00

Buying the (wrong sized - who knew there were sizes?) thimble for my finger to leverage the needle through the leather: $1.99

Bandaids to protect the damage to my finger from above mentioned thimble: $.99

Finishing said jacket design exactly as sketched and swatches, AND before deadline: Priceless