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Amy Swenson is a knitting and crochet designer and software engineer living in Toronto, Canada. See something you want to make? Get started right away with downloadable Patterns using popular techniques. Learn more by taking a Class. Read the Blog to see designs in progress.

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Latest Pattern:Outlet River

Outlet River is knit from the bottom up in one piece, and features a flattering wide ribbed neckline that’s easy to shrug on with your favorite pair of jeans and hiking boots.

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This small lacey cardie with cap sleeves is knit from the bottom edging up, with no seaming. Because of the small amounts of yardage, it’s the ideal pattern for making the most of that preciously perfect yarn.

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Cloud Chaser

Cloud Chaser

The Cloud Chaser vest is a design I’ve been dreaming of for years. Delicately cabled. Dramatically draped. The back features full cables, knit from hem to neck. The fronts are knit side to side, with a single cable detail near the edge. But the collar is the highlight here; wide and cabled and framing the neckline perfectly.

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    Hi.. I am a relative beginner finishing up a 64 crayons afghan with 4 wide panels and 3 smaller panels. My ends don’t line up as well as i want. I blocked the panels before I attached them…but still looking kind of scalloped.

    Should I put in wash on delicate…how long??? and then block again???

    Is there a real risk of felting?

    Or do a border? I kind of like the look without a border.


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