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Spring Looks Costa Figueira Janet Guthrie Arundhati Illas CĂ­es Estlin Zwickel Salt & Pepper Amalfi Coast Chevi Gibo Auji Pothos Cardita Arques Dust Devils

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Pattern Information



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Ensemble Ensemble is more than just a gathering of talented designers. It is the product of a particular esthetic, careful selection, and a mindful approach to styling and presentation. This collection is all about how to make your knits a functional part of your wardrobe rather than a layer on top of your look. We believe that Bare Naked Wools create exceedingly beautiful and high-end fabrics in stunning, natural shades for knitwear that goes beyond the boundaries of handmade. The rush of energy and happiness that spring brings inspired the Spring 2016 Ensemble collection. The pieces in this collection work together to create dozens of looks from cozy and chill to flirty and fun. We hope you love knitting and wearing this playful collection as much as we loved creating it.



Bare Naked Wools Bare Naked Wools is a yarn label created to meet the needs of knitters. No chemicals, dyes, or harsh processing create durable fabrics that showcase the integrity of each fiber. Our yarns come from animals that are loved and doted on and mills that understand and appreciate their materials. This collection features seven American-made, Bare Naked Wools lines—all with their own story. Better Breakfast: This Merino/Alpaca blend is “better” because the alpaca fiber is dehaired, meaning the prickly guard hairs are removed to make it absolutely soft and cozy. The DK weights work up quickly into accessories, sweaters and blankets as the fingering blend, with an added 10% nylon, makes incredible shawls, socks, and light projects. Hempshaugh: Hemp has a rich history as a fiber, food, and more all over the world, but we think it is richest in England. Hempshaugh, named after an English town, is a blend of soft, comfortable merino wool, luxurious silk, and sturdy, breathable hemp. This blend is perfect for garments and accessories that look refined and wear as comfortably as an old cotton t-shirt. The fabric it creates is flexible and textured with a halo and shine that lends a look of luxury.


Ginny: Ginny is a cotton yarn for wool lovers. It has the undeniable texture and comfort of cotton combined with the warmth, substance, and versatility of wool. Ginny is a blend that will make excellent closeto-the-skin pieces like skirts, blouses, sweaters, and accessories. It is cozy soft and the fabric is breathable and light, which makes it an ideal yarn for baby and kid knits. Stone Soup: Stone soup is a unique blend of rambouillet, columbia, lincoln, navajo-churro, alpaca, silk, bamboo, tencel, bison, and llama, which offers exotic color, tweedy texture, and crisp stitch definition. The fabric is perfect for any project—from blankets to lace shawls. Chebris: a wonderful, airy blend of Merino and Mohair that knits up into a luxurious and unbelievably lustrous fabric. This yarn, in Lace, Sport, and Worsted, has an incredibly soft and next-to-the-skin appeal that truly debunks the myth that all mohair is itchy. Cabécou: available in a fine Lace and a springy Sport is made up of three gorgeous lustre fibers—romney, mohair, and tussah silk—which come together to make a yarn with beautiful drape and nonstop sheen. Ghillie: Cheviot is a soft, resilient, fine wool fiber traditionally used to make hardwearing Scottish tweed and twill cloth as well as for knitting kilt hose. Its unusual crimp gives it bounce and strength; it blooms wonderfully into a soft, cohesive fabric with excellent stitch definition. The fingering weight works well for sock and accessories such as gloves, mitts, and shawls. This wool is produced and spun entirely in America.







Costa Figueira Anne Hanson A lightweight cardigan, dress or jumper, and vest in ten sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X/4X/5X/6X) with subtle body shaping that flares below the waist to tunic or knee length. This button-down or pullover style to knit in a plant based blend or fine tweedy wool, is accented by vertical bands of mock cable texture with a touch of openwork.

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Costa Figueira shown with Bressay socks and Physalis shawl fromWinter 2016 Ensemble Collection


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Janet Guthrie Anne Hanson What could be more versatile than a summery, striped shirt that goes to the office with a suit or skirt, but works for a sporty weekend look, too? This top in ten sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X/4X/5X/6X), with subtle body shaping, textured stripes, and an open placket with collar, can be knit sleeveless or with short sleeves, in two colors or one, and works up beautifully in cool, plant-based yarns. All pieces are knit flat from the bottom up and seamed.

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Arundhati Andrea Rangel This lightweight asymmetrical shawl can be wrapped up cozily around the neck on chilly days or worn as an open, airy layer over a summer dress to show off its pretty alternating bands of garter stitch and lace. The piece is worked flat from its wide base and diminishes in stitch count to a narrow point at the other end with decreases along one side. The slanted side becomes the top edge when worn, so that the patterned stripes are presented at an angle. Knit in a light, wooly yarn, this piece works with casual denim and tweeds in any season; in a light, silky yarn, it is elegant and streamlined for a dressier effect. A great first lace project or one for the traveling knitter.

Full pattern details on page 94 26

Arundhati shown with Chevi, p.51 27



Illas CĂ­es Anne Hanson A longer, easy-fitting pullover in ten sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X/4X/5X/6X). Optional short row shaping adds a bit of length at the back hem; neck and hems are finished with narrow ribbing. Accented by vertical bands of mock cable texture with a touch of openwork, this piece works up well in a cool hemp or cotton blend for spring and summer or soft wool for fall and winter; it will be a year-round favorite for home, office, and travel.

Illas CĂ­es shown with Dust Devil shawl, p.70 Full pattern details on page 82 30

Illas CĂ­es shown with Cardita, p.62 31



Amalfi Coast Skirt shown with Leaving from Knitspot


Estlin Bristol Ivy This versatile pullover in eight sizes (XS/S/M/L and 1X through 4X) is a great multi-seasonal addition to any wardrobe when knit in a plant-based yarn blend. Worn alone or layered under a jacket it will tie together a skirt or trouser outfit for work, but also plays well with shorts and jeans for weekend fun. The design features a two-tone yoke created by short rows with cabled insets and body shaping through the torso; elbow length sleeves add just the right amount of coverage for a neat, modern look.

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Zwickel General Hogbuffer One of the traditional forms of Alpine knitted stockings involves the use of a “Zwickel” with a “Zwickelkeil”, i.e. a clock motif with a gusset. These tend to be highly decorative, and the purpose of the gusset is to move the banded designs diagonally towards the centre front. Rather than using this concept for purely aesthetical reasons, I decided to give it a function within the heel construction. So while traditionally these clock motifs would be placed somewhere around the mid-calf region, I have moved the Zwickel onto the ankle, where the resulting gusset forms the base for a Strong Heel set up.

Full pattern details on page 96 39



Salt & Pepper Anne Hanson A cool, lightweight top in 10 sizes (XXS to L and 1X to 5X) to knit sleeveless or with sleeves cuffed below the elbow. Top is fitted at the bust, falling away from the body below with gentle A-line shaping to a deep garter stitch hem. Neck is finished with a relaxed garter stitch band that tips slightly forward for dimension; neck and sleeve finishes may be striped if desired. Knit in a fresh, plant based blend for an airy fabric that will take you from spring through the hottest summer days and into fall; also pairs well with jackets for work or dressier events.

Salt & Pepper shown with Amalfi Coast skirt, p.47 Full pattern details on page 83 42




Amalfi Coast Skirt shown with Ivar Cardigan and Atlantique Pullover from Knitspot 46

Amalfi Coast Anne Hanson A flirty drawstring skirt in 9 sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X/4X/5X) to wear as a stylish alternative to shorts for summer fun. Worked in the round from waist to hem in widening panels, the fabric is solid through the hip, with openwork patterning to the knee. Stripe it for eyecatching flare or solid for a more elegant look; length is easily adjusted. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size and drape.

Amalfi Coast skirt shown with Costa Figueira, p.15

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Chevi Anne Hanson This flattering, tunic length cardigan in nine sizes (XS/S/M/L/1X/2X/3X/4X/5X) has a flared shape below the inset waist with optional short row shaping to create a curving back hem. With a bold openwork back, hem, and lower sleeves, this cardigan draws interest coming and going—it looks sharp and streamlined at the office, but has the drama to go straight on to evening activities. This piece works up well in both a smooth yarn blend and a slightly fuzzy luxury fiber; in a plant-based yarn it would even make a luxuriously stylish robe for bath or poolside.

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Bressay socks fromWinter 2016 Ensemble Collection


Gibo Auja Janelle Martin The design of this unisex rectangular wrap in two sizes (petite/tall) is inspired by the Viking rune, Gibo Auja, a rune to call good luck or fortune. The elements in this shawl are kept to a minimum. The star players here are the fabric and the large runic motifs. While less airy than more open lace patterns, the strong graphic elements of the shawl create a statement piece.

Gibo Auja shown with Costa Figueira cardign, p.15 Full pattern details on page 93 54


Pothos shawl shown with Estlin pullover, p.35



Pothos shawl shown with Amalfi skirt, p.47 58

Pothos Anne Hanson This dramatic triangle shawl is worked from neck to hem in a mix of mesh openwork entwined with ever-increasing leaf and vine motifs. While visually complex, the stitchwork consists of simple increases and decreases, with wrong side rows all in purl; this project is a relaxing knit that is intriguing but not overly challenging to work (and surprisingly fast to knit!). Pattern can be worked in a fine lace yarn to create a delicate fabric or heavy lace and light fingering yarn for one that is more substantial. This piece would make a gorgeous wedding shawl.

Full pattern details on page 92 59



Cardita Andrea Rangel This lacy top-down cowl is knit completely in the round and features an allover purl shell pattern with lots of depth and texture, due to a constant grouping and ungrouping of stitch clusters. The easily memorized pattern and lightweight yarn choices make this a perfect on-the-go project, which is easily resized. Long enough to wrap twice, this light layer is also deep enough to tame windblown hair while enjoying breezy beach or boat outings.

Full pattern details on page 90 62

Cardita shown with Illas CĂ­es, p.30 63




Arques Rich Ensor A top down sock in eight sizes that can be worked in both fingering and sport weight yarns. The pattern features a textured background interrupted by two curvy lace ribs on either side of the socks. The lace ribs start in the cuff and begin their meandering down the leg. Designed with a standard slipped stitch heel flap and gusset, the heel can be replaced with any heel technique preferred by the knitter without altering the lace and textured pattern. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size and elasticity.

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Dust Devils Anne Hanson A pretty, swirling stitch pattern rises in columns along the length of this airy scarf or stole in three sizes (petite/medium/tall) to add interest for a day outfit or drama with evening wear. Worked with basic lace stitches, the pattern carries the shading of a heathered yarn along its curvy lines; the movement is further accented by furrows of reverse stockinettte ribs to add depth. Overall, the pattern is simple to work with WS rows in knit and purl—it’s a great beginning lace project or good travel knitting for more experienced knitters.

Dust Devils shawl shown with Janet Guthrie, p.22

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Dust Devils shawl shown with Illas CĂ­es, p.30




Arundhati shown with Bloch Ness Sweater from Knitspot








Finished Dimensions: 32.5 (36, 39, 42.5, 46, 49, 52.5, 56, 59, 62.5) inches / 82 (91, 99, 108, 117, 124, 133, 142, 150, 159)cm around chest (with overlap), to fit with 1 to 3 inches of ease. Needles: Size 6US (4.0 mm) for body (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 4US (3.5 mm) for hem, collar, and edgings (or .5 mm smaller than gauge needle); 16-inch circular needle will be required for armhole finish. Yards: With sleeves: Color A (dark): 570 (650, 715, 800, 890, 980, 1060, 1140, 1240, 1320) yards Color B (light): 220 (250, 275, 310, 345, 375, 410, 440, 480, 510) yards Sleeveless: Color A (dark): 495 (615, 685, 760, 845, 915, 995, 1060, 1140, 1205) yards Color B (light): 210 (240, 265, 300, 330, 360, 385, 415, 445, 470) yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Ginny Sport or Hempshaugh Fingering.

Janet Guthrie Anne Hanson


Finished Dimensions: 35.5 (38.5, 41.5, 45, 48, 51.5, 54.5, 57.5, 61, 64) inches / 90 (98, 105.5, 114.5, 122, 131, 138.5, 146,155, 162.5) cm around chest at underarm. Needles: Size 6US (4.0 mm) for body (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 4US (3.5 mm) for hem, collar, and edgings (or .5 mm smaller than gauge needle). Yards: 1020 (1130, 1230, 1360, 1460, 1560, 1660, 1760, 1880, 2020) yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Ginny Sport, Hempshaugh Fingering, Confection Sport, or any heavyfingering/light sport yarn that knits to pattern gauge.

Illas CĂ­es Anne Hanson


Finished Dimensions: 33(36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54, 57, 60) inches/ 84(91.5, 99, 106.5, 114.5, 122, 129.5, 137, 145, 152.5)cm around chest to fit with 1 to 3 inches / 2.5 to 7.5 cm of ease. Needles: Size 5 US (3.75 mm) for body (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 3 US (3.25 mm) for garter trims (or .5 mm smaller than gauge needle). Yards: Color A (sleeveless): 715 (800, 885, 970, 1050, 1140, 1225, 1325, 1395, 1470) yards. Color A (with sleeves): 1095 (1210, 1325, 1445, 1560, 1700, 1820, 1970, 2070, 2195) yards. Color B for stripes in either version in any size: approximately 50 yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Hemshaugh Lace, Fresh Lace, or Chebris Lace.

Salt & Pepper Anne Hanson


Finished Dimensions: 33 (36, 39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 54) inches / 84 (91.5. 99, 106.5, 114.5, 122, 129.5, 137.5) cm bust circumference to fit with 0 to 3 inches of ease. Needles: Size 4US (3.5 mm) 32-inch circular for body and DPNs for sleeves (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 3US (3.25 mm) 32- and 16-inch circulars and DPNs for ribbed trims (or .25 mm smaller than gauge needle). Yards: Main Color (MC): 1020 (1155, 1305, 1475, 1645, 1795, 1980, 2140) yds. Contrasting Color (CC): 125 (125, 125, 125, 150, 150, 150, 150) yds. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Hempshaugh Fingering, Ginny Sport, or Confection Sport.

Estlin Bistol Ivy


Finished Dimensions: 34 (37.25, 41.75, 45.25, 49.5, 53.25, 57.75, 61.5, 66) inches / 86.5 (94.5, 106, 115, 125.5, 135, 146.5, 156, 167.5) cm around chest, buttoned, to fit with 2 to 4 inches of ease. Needles: Size 6US (4.0 mm) for body (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 7US (4.5 mm) for sleeve and body hems (or .5 mm larger than gauge needle) size 4US (3.5 mm) circular needle for button bands (or .5 mm smaller than gauge needle). Yards: 1090 (1210, 1345, 1485, 1620, 1765, 1885, 2005, 2160) yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Better Breakfast Fingering, Chebris Lace, Stone Soup Fingering, Ghillie Sock, or Hempshaugh Lace.

Chevi Anne Hanson


Finished Dimensions: Cardigan: 36.5(38.75, 41.75, 44.75, 47.75, 50.75, 53.75, 56.25, 59.5, 62) inches / 92.5(98.5, 106, 113.5,121.5, 129, 136.5, 143, 151, 157.5) cm at chest (buttoned), to fit with 2 to 4 inches of ease. Pullover: 34.25(37.25, 40, 43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 57.5, 60.5) inches / 87.5 (94.5, 101.5, 109.5, 117, 124 132, 139.5, 146, 154) cm around chest, to fit with 2 to 4 inches of ease. Needles: Size 6US (4.0 mm) for body (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 4US (3.5 mm) for ribbed hems and button bands (or .5 mm smaller than gauge needle). Yards: Tunic: 1125(1250, 1350, 1475, 1575, 1725, 1825, 1975, 2100, 2225) yards. Sleeveless tunic: 775(850, 925, 1025, 1125, 1225, 1300, 1425, 1525, 1625) yards. Jumper: 1300(1475, 1600, 1725, 1825, 1975, 2075, 2225, 2350, 2475) yards. Sleeveless jumper: 1000(1150, 1250, 1350, 1450, 1550, 1650, 1750, 1875, 1975) yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Stone Soup Fingering, Better Breakfast Fingering, Hempshaugh Lace, Ghillie Sock.

Costa Figueira Anne Hanson



Finished Dimensions: 25(28.5, 32, 35.5, 39, 42.75, 46.25, 49.75, 53.25) inches / 63.5(72.5, 81.5, 90, 99, 108.5, 117.5,126.5, 135.5) cm in circumference around waist (without draw cord) and 34.25(39, 44, 49, 53.75,58.75, 63.5, 68.5, 73.25) inches / 87(99, 112, 124.5, 136.5, 149, 161.5, 174, 186.5) cm around the low hip, to fit with 2 to 5 inches / 5 to 12.5 cm of ease. Length from top of waist to hem: 21.75(22.25, 22.5, 23, 23.25, 23.75, 24, 24.5, 24.75) inches /55(56.5, 57, 58.5, 59, 60.5, 61, 62, 63) cm. Needles: Size 6US (4.0 mm) 24-inch circular needle for upper skirt and DPNs for draw cord (or size to obtain correct gauge size 7US (4.5 mm) 24- and 32inch circulars for lower skirt (or .5 mm larger than gauge needle). Yards: Color A (upper skirt and hem): 550(650, 750, 850, 975, 1075, 1200, 1300, 1425) yards, Color B (lower skirt background): 200(225, 250, 275, 300, 350, 375, 400, 425) yards, Color C (accent stripes): 60(70, 80, 85, 95, 105, 110, 120, 130) yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Hempshaugh Fingering, Ginny Sport, Confection Sport, Chebris Sport, or CabĂŠcou Sport, or any heavy fingering/ light sport yarn that knits to pattern gauge.

Amalfi Coast Anne Hanson



Finished Dimensions: 41.75 inches / 106 cm in circumference and 15 inches / 38 cm in depth (stretched and blocked). Needles: Size 3US (3.25 mm) circular needle (or size to obtain correct gauge) size 5US (3.75 mm) circular needle (or .5 mm larger than gauge needle). Yards: 680 yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Chebris Lace or Hempshaugh Lace.

Cardita Andrea Rangel


Finished Dimensions: Heavy: 10.5(15.5, 21) inches wide and 60(68, 76) inches in length. Light: 9.5(14, 18.5) inches wide and 60(68, 76) inches in length. Needles: Heavy: size 7US (4.5 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge Light: size 6US (4.0 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge. Yards: Heavy: 500(750, 1200) Light: 500(800, 1300) Suggested Yarns: Heavy: Bare Naked Wools Chebris Lace, Ginny Sport, or Better Breakfast Fingering Light: Cabecou Lace, Hempshaugh Lace, or Fresh Lace.

Dust Devils Anne Hanson


Finished Dimensions: 78 inches wide across top edge and 36 inches long at center back. Needles: Lace: size 5US (3.75 mm) circular needle (or size to obtain correct gauge) Fingering: size 7US (4.5 mm) circular needle (or size to obtain correct gauge) Optional DPNs in same size for finishing neck. Yards: 850 yards in fine lace yarn on smaller needles and 1100 yards in heavy lace or light fingering yarn on larger needles. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Better Breakfast Fingering, Stone Soup Fingering, Ghillie Sock, Hempshaugh Lace, Chebris Lace, Mrs. Lincoln’s Lace, or CabÊcou Brillant Lace.

Pothos Anne Hanson


Finished Dimensions: 16.5(21.5) inches / 42(54.5) cm wide and 70(83) inches / 178(211) cm long. Needles: Size 4 US (3.5 mm) (or size to obtain gauge). Yards: 1200 yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Ginny DK, Stone Soup DK, Kent DK, or Better Breakfast DK.

Gibo Auja Janelle Martin


Finished Dimensions: 58 inches / 147.5 cm across top edge and 27 inches / 68.5 cm in depth at longest point. Needles: 3US (3.25 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge for garter stitch sections 5US (3.75 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge for lace pattern. Yards: 775 yards. Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Better Breakfast Fingering, Stone Soup Fingering, Ghillie Sock, Hempshaugh, Fingering, or Chebris Lace.

Arundhati Andrea Rangel


Finished Dimensions: Fingering: 5.75(6.25, 6.75, 7.25, 7.75, 8.25, 8.75, 9.25) inches in circumference (unstretched) to fit feet measuring up to 6.75(7.25, 7. 75, 8.25, 8.75, 9.25, 9.75, 10.25) inches. Sport: 6.5(7, 7.75, 8.25, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5) inches in circumference (unstretched) to fit feet measuring up to 7.5(8, 8.75, 9.25, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5) inches. Note: to fit around the widest point of the foot, at the base of the toes. Needles: Size 1.5US (2.5 mm) needles for working in the round (or size to obtain correct gauge). Yards: 280 to 440 yards, depending on circumference and foot length. Suggested Yarns: Better Breakfast Fingering, Ghillie Sock, Stone Soup Fingering, Ginny Sport, or Cooper Sport.

Arques Rich Ensor


Finished Dimensions: 7(8) inches in foot circumference (unstretched); leg and foot length as desired Needles: Size 1.5US (2.5 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge Yards: 450(600) yards Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Ghillie Sock or Better Breakfast Fingering

Zwickel General Hogbuffer



Designers Anne Hanson Knitspot owner and designer Anne Hanson, a life-long knitter with a background in the fashion and graphic design fields, began designing clothing, knitwear, and accessories during the 1970s. Anne, who teaches and writes about knitting, spinning, and designing at her blog,, lives and works in Ohio with David, who loves wool, too. Anne and David together are the owners and creators of the renowned Knitspot yarn clubs.

Bristol Ivy Bristol Ivy is a knitting designer and teacher from Portland, Maine. Her design work focuses on the intersection between innovative technique and classic tailoring, and her classes focus on creativity, technique, and understanding the nuts and bolts of knitting.

General Hogbuffer General Hogbuffer was born in Germany and has learned knitting the classic way, by initially being taught by his grandmothers, although, being a boy, he was never heavily encouraged to pursue it. He studied fashion design and learned the basics of industrial machine knitting, but it took being out of work for a time for him to really give hand knitting another go. His focus is on the various traditions of knitting and the specific regional styles that have evolved through the centuries, but coming from a background in pattern cutting, he is always looking at different ways to create shape and construct forms. Socks with their clearly defined structure were an ideal first subject for experimentation in this regard, and he has carved himself a little niche in that respect.


Andrea Rangel Andrea Rangel, who lives on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, is known for her original knitting patterns created with an eye for fashion and function - knits for every season and climate with plenty of lace, cables, and colors. Her work can be found in Bare Naked Wools Ensemble, Brooklyn Tweed Wool People, Twist Collective, Interweave Knits, Knitscene, Knitty, and other publications, as well as independently.

Janelle Martin Janelle Martin has been knitting for more than 30 years and is excited to share her passion through her designs and as a knitting instructor. Her ongoing fascination is with Japanese Stitch Patterns and architectural detailing. Her hand knitwear designs possess an organic feel with stitch patterns flowing one into the next.

Rich Ensor Rick Ensor of That Bald Guy Knits is an emerging designer and personality in the knitting world. Rich’s sock designs have been featured on Knitty and the fibre space™ website. Rich creates beautiful accessories and garments, with twisted stitches and cables as a focus in many of his designs.


The most gracious and sincere thank you to the talented designers, diligent proofreaders and technical editors, models, staff and our wonderful state of Ohio and the local parks and business owners we have here. We appreciate everything they have provided to make this collection such a stunning reality.



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