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Giveaway+ Designer Spotlight: Tanja Steinbach

On today's post, our designer spotlight goes international! We recently interviewed a German designer named Tanja Steinbach. Tanja is a key designer on the Schachenmayr design team, and she also self publishes her own designs in German. Tanja learned to crochet, knit and sew as a child and - skills which all contribute to her interesting approach to designing. We hope you will find inspiration in her designs and learning more about her process in today's interview. 

How long have you been knitting, and how did you get started designing?
I grew up in a family that was very DIY oriented; I started crocheting doll clothes before Elementary School using patterns from the magazine Nicole (I was 12/13 years old). From there, I learned to knit and to sew. I perfected sewing by learning to become a dressmaker, after which I studied at the Textildesign in Reutlingen. The program at Reutlingen also focuses on knitting techniques because the company Stoll is nearby. The campus has a lot of knitting machines and techniques centered around yarn, which is how I came back to yarn and knitting. After my graduation, I thought about working in the clothing industry, but in the end, I took a different path by entering the world of knitwear design. And if I took a look back, it was the right decision to start working for Coats with the labels Schachenmayr, Regia and Jaeger.

Where do you get inspiration?
I love my work because every day is so different. That's hard sometimes, but it it helps to be open to new ideas. Of course, I also am always on the lookout for new trends in fashion and color, which is also a good way finding new ideas outside of the world of yarn. Tradition & experience is an important base, specially in hand knitting, so vintage craft books are great inspiration tools. Also traveling to other towns, meeting with people or taking in an art exhibition brings new impulses. Keeping eyes and ears open and being open to trying new things is key! 

How did your Design Label come about?
I wouldn't exactly say that I have my own label, but I've worked for the last 20 years for the brands Schachenmayr and Regia at Coats (since 2015). The assignments have changed a little from time to time, but I play a role in the marketing and product development, as well as working in the yarn and design development. When my children were small, I worked part-time, but when they grew older, I began to take on design jobs as a freelancer. I started with TV spots and little book projects in early 2000. The Frechverlag was looking for patterns and designers to star their new handcraft book series, and that was how I made my first sock knitting book.  In the last few years, I have designed more patterns for books such as Jacquardstricken, Gestrickte Taschen, and  Wendemuster stricken. Currently, I am working as co-author for a book called Tücher stricken, will be arriving in stores in Autumn 2016. 



In June of last year, I started a blog where I can directly interact with other fiber enthusiasts, much like on Facebook and Instagram, which I love. My blog was an idea of a collegue and I'm very thankful that she encouraged me to start it! It began with a new knit-a-long for a German TV show called ARD Buffet“ in summer 2015; the pattern, Der Sommernachtstraum, is also availabe here on Ravelry as a free download in both English and GermanIt's been wonderful to see all of the resulting shawl projects from this KAL! 
The year before, I had started something similar for ARD Buffet, the Adventsschal 2014 knit-a-long which took place in December 2014. With a KAL such as this, a lot of projects tend to come in, and knitters often need some assistance - I thought that an independent platform such as a blog would be the perfect place for this! I also share lots of my patterns, tips and tricks on the blog. 
How do you balance your own design and blogging career with curating from your own Design Label?
Truly, I'm always looking for the right balance...work & passion are so close, so it's hard to me jump into other leisure activities.

What are you most looking forward to in 2016?
Right now, I am very happy with how things are going between work & life. I'm happy to be part of some knitting events this year such as the Schwabsburger Wollfest, where I'll be teaching my first-ever workshop, and Yarncamp in Frankfurt this October. And I am always looking forward to all of the interesting people I'll meet along the way, not to mention at these events. I may even start another KAL! 

Do you have any knitting horror stories/mishaps?

No! Util now, everything has been working out fabulously, but my personal nightmare is how quick some of my test knitters are able to knit in relation to how quickly I can complete a project. Sometimes I'm doubtful about my own speed of writing patterns and knitting samples......and the testers knitting at full speed and send it back to me so quickly! Sometimes I get a little jealous when I look at my own private projects! 

Giveaway
This month, one lucky blog reader will win a Nova Platina Cubics Deluxe Interchangeable Set! To enter, leave a comment telling us what kind of projects you like to knit or crochet in the summer months. Be sure to also mention your Ravelry ID or email address so that we can contact you if you win. We'll announce the winner on our next blog post on Friday, May 27. Good luck! 

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  3. My summer knitting isn't any different than any other time of year. I love to knit socks and shawls all year.
    kathyg on Rav.

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  4. I'm in love with these Nova Platina Cubics for so long I wish I win this giveaway so I can finally try them out and, happy days...! I like to knit cardigans and sweaters.

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  5. I Love the platina cubics! I think they are the right needles for my projects. In the summer time I like to knit socks for the winter.I'm keeping my fingers crossed!!!

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  6. I love to knit with circular needles! I wish I can try these cubics! I knit pretty much anything from clothes to dolls.

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  7. Thank you for sharing! I am fairly new to knitting and right now my summer projects are light weight shawls and cowls. I'm finding that fingering yarn is both a delight and a challenge to work with, but the results are majestic. My goal is to eventually make my father a sweater vest and socks. I am new to ravelry and I think my ID is jyn (email is jessicanue@hotmail.com)

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  8. In the summer I usually get started on my holiday knitting to make sure I have enough time. This summer though I am going to start knitting a light weight cardigan. Good luck everyone! Rav ID: mehilton

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  9. Summer is my time for small projects, lots of socks usually at the same time as a larger project. Would love to try out an interchangeable set.

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  10. I am just learning to knit, but I love the Cubics needles. The shop I bought my pair recently closed, so I have to order online. I do crochet. In the summer I like to make dishcloths, can coozies, whatever I find a good pattern for.

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  11. I'm only knitting about a year and got the beautiful royals needles for my birthday. I like knitting light shawls in cotton or lace during the summer. Would love to win these beautiful needlesM

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  12. Email is Lenore.legnetti@gmail.com

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  13. I am not a terribly experienced knitter, but I currently attend a class each Saturday, and they are able to help me through any issues. I am currently knitting a lot of sweaters in cotton and shawls. I have two WIP right now. Thanks for the chance to win these amazing needles! nlundeen@catt.com

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  14. I love to knit winter items like hats, gloves, scarfs to get ready for winter. My RAV I'D is domichula12

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  15. I love knitting sweaters and shawls in the summer for winter wear.

    knitcoach on Ravelry

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  16. Cotton cardis are my thing right now!

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  17. I don't really have a preference in any month. I'll knit anything if I can find the time, especially in the summer when there's a lot of gardening to do.

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  18. I don't really change what I'm knitting in the summer. I just won't knit blankets!

    Greygirl on Ravelry

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  19. I definitely strive for smaller projects in the summer because it is so hot here... but I knit year round, every day! I really enjoyed reading about Tanja and thank you for the free shawl pattern- that might be something I would knit in the summer! I am rjgosnell on rav.

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  20. I love knitting socks but right now I am working on my Master Knitting Level so it's all little swatches this summer!

    EchoSierran on Ravelry. :-)

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  21. I love knitting socks but right now I am working on my Master Knitting Level so it's all little swatches this summer!

    EchoSierran on Ravelry. :-)

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  22. I'm bad in that I usually knit for the season I'm in, rather than the next season. That said, this summer I'm plugging away at my second ever pair of socks (I always put them down when I get to the heel!) and my first ever shawl. I cast on the shawl as I really wanted to finally make one, I had some stash yarn I'd been sitting on that was perfect, and it was a good project for me to bring on vacation, because I knew it would take me a while, used circular needles (less threatening on planes), and would make me practice fine lace knitting but with a fairly simple pattern. IF I can finish it before fall hits, I'd love to cast on my first sweater in the hopes of finishing it before NEXT summer. :) My Ravelry ID is: goosey1019

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  23. San Francisco is either accused of having no seasons, or of racing through all four seasons every day. Whatever the truth is, I don't change my knitting based on seasons or weather. Whatever interests me at the moment is what I knit. Thanks for the giveway from KittenWhiplash at rav.

    (Private message to the Universe: If you're reading this, and I know you are, please recall that I instantly became totally addicted to these fabulous needles the first time I tried them. SO, just in case you have any influence over the Knitter's Pride Lucky Winner Selector - think of me, ok?? Or if you prefer, let me win the Powerball - then it'll be Cubics for everyone!)

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  24. I'm knitting a lace and bead shawl for my Daughters wedding next January. And probably a few pair of socks :)

    Ravelry ID - themomster

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  25. I am knitting socks in the warmer weather

    Email:janiceswift3@gmail.com

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  26. I'm relatively new to knitting so I have no season; I swing whichever way the yarn and patterns take me.
    RckyMntLuv (ravelry)

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  27. Just found out I am going to be a Grama again so I will be making lots of hats, blankets, and maybe a sweater.

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  28. I like to knit and crochet small, light items in the summer. Lacy shawls or hats are nice and portable and they (sometimes) work up quickly w/little time. My ravelry ID is tulsaking

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  29. iLife to knit with cotton and cotton blends in the summer...household (towels, curtains, etc) baby things, tank tops. Rav ID is wesben

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  30. I like knitting small portable projects like socks. (manonf)

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  31. I will be knitting socks this summer. I like to have something small and lightweight to work on when it's warm outside.
    RAV ID Purlynne

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  32. Socks, lace shawls and baby blankets.

    RAV ID: deblyn153

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  33. my fav is shawls but want to learn more skills, socks are my dream, i just started my first pair last week, so far so good... love lace work and cables... rav id is kepnbnetnbca email is kep@nbnet.nb.ca

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  34. I use summer to stock up for fall and winter. Right now I have a scarf, a mosaic shawl, and a Bulky in-the-round sweater around me.
    ravID: caffeine72

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  35. I knit what strikes my fancy no matter the season.
    Well, except the nearly-finished blanket that may not see me again until Autumn ...

    Rav ID: Lisist

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  36. I love cardigans, so probably a lightweight summery cardigan. Thanks for the giveaway! beckyu on Rav

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  37. I love knitting socks and light weight lace shawls in the summer months.

    sherryglover1 on RAV

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  38. I knit the same things all year. Shawls, cowls, hats, and dishcloths are my favorite things to knit.

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  39. Summer knitting for me is anything not-too-big, not-too-wooly. Portable projects are a must for lots of weekend/vacation traveling. And Fair knitting: finishing up all the projects that I'm going to enter into the annual fall fair :)

    Ravelry: vermontgirl

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  40. I work on most anything year round, except summer, no big or heavy projects...would love to win the giveaway! ravelry= SterlingWinterset

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  41. Just about every contest I enter has folks who cheat by leaving more than one comment, like "oops, I forgot my rav id" or just leaving a duplicate, as if they didn't know the original comment was posted. Six people so far (Pamela Oliver, Erin H, amchart, Lenore Legnetti,Kathy and Trinity Segal) have left two comments each. Do you disqualify anyone for this, and if so, are they totally disqualified, or just are the duplicates discounted, and the cheaters allowed to remain in the drawing? Do you pick a winner by numbering the comments, which are skewed by these duplicates, or do you use another method?

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  42. I love knitting lacy lightweight shawls and scarves in the summer. Adds a splash of color and flair without the bulk!

    Thanks for the opportunity to try your needles for the first time!

    janfromseattle on Ravelry

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  44. I like to knit or crochet small toys, quick things like hats or bigger projects made up of pieces, like an afghan.
    Rav: Kimert

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  45. I'm knitting a lacy sweater in a fingering weight wool blend. I'm hoping it'll be finished by the end of summer to use as a layering piece when the weather starts to turn chilly.

    Rav ID: Stitchedbysara

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  46. I knit shawls and socks in the summer months--easy things to take along to the beach.

    tktl on Ravelry

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  47. I love to knit my winter things in the summer months, so they'll be ready when the cold comes around!
    My ravelry id is QueenPiggy

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  48. I enjoy knitting with lighter weight fibers in the summer. Especially shawls
    Ravelry name jwollesen

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  49. Socks and fair isle is on the summer knitting plans.

    Rav ID: JAZZRIZZ

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  50. I like to knit smaller things like mittens in the summer, portable and not too warm. Thank you for the opportunity, I'm TedEBayer on Ravelry

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  51. I like to knit smaller things like mittens in the summer, portable and not too warm. Thank you for the opportunity, I'm TedEBayer on Ravelry

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  52. I've switched from warm scarfs to lacy weight shawls with beads. They are a delight to knit in the warmer weather.

    Rocunningham on Rav

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  53. I usually stick to smaller projects, like scarves or socks during the summer.
    Rav ID: KookiCT

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  54. I'm a slow knitter, so I get a headstart on my winter woolies! (lafileuse on Rav)

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  55. I don't change my knitting much seasonally. Lots of socks in the summer and simpler things since so much of it is done while watching the kids at their sports stuffs.

    NanaMamah on Rav

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  56. I work on mostly charity knitting, so scarves, hats and prayer shawls.

    girliefriend on rav

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  57. i pretty much knit whatever strikes my fancy both winter and summer. the only thing that can change that is if i do a test knit or participate in a KCAL. dunnbyhand on ravelry

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  58. i pretty much knit whatever strikes my fancy both winter and summer. the only thing that can change that is if i do a test knit or participate in a KCAL. dunnbyhand on ravelry

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  59. I knit mostly lace, love KALs, and love collecting needles. I knit every day for my own sanity. I am caregiver for my husband who has Alzheimer's, and knitting keeps me sane.

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  60. I love to work with cottons and linen in the summer months, but it is not unheard.of for me to with wool while inaine.

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  61. MAINE. I like to work on tanks tunics and tops in the summer.

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  62. Summer knitting is kind of crazy for me. I work on projects that I did not finish from the Christmas holidays, and I also like to make light weight shells and shawls. I sometimes participate in KAL's

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  63. I don't really change project style. I knit a lot of shawls and a lot of Lace and I've been working on a bunch of baby blankets. It's all good!
    Lindaran on Rav

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  64. I don't really change project style. I knit a lot of shawls and a lot of Lace and I've been working on a bunch of baby blankets. It's all good!
    Lindaran on Rav

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  65. Roadysgirl on Ravelry20 May 2016 at 05:22

    First Grandbaby girl is due September 30th. Madly knitting baby things.

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  66. I´ll knit whatever strikes my fancy, but working in cool yarns as linen or hemp is definitely a plus!

    Rebekka on ravelry

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  67. I knit a lot of hats in the summer.
    sparky136 on ravelry

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  68. This may sound daunting, but during the summer months I take turns in between knitting on a gigantic shawl that I've been knitting for 3 years (and counting) and knitting sweaters for the fall months so that they will be ready to wear once the cold weather kicks in!

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  69. In the Summer, I normally knit smaller items like hats or socks. Anything bigger that rests in my lap would just be too hot. Or I use a cooler yarn like cotton or linen.
    Tea7 on Rav. Thank you for the chance to win these lovely needles.

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  70. I tend to knit similar things in the summer as in the winter. I love knitting sweaters and use the summer to get ahead for the next fall. coleslawcat on ravelry.

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  71. I knit lots of scarves and shawls during the summer. I just don't pick up my heavy afghans quite as freely as I do in Winter.

    Thank you for a most wonderful giveaway.

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  72. I like to work on a big project like a shawl or sweater I can wear in the fall. fairysprite22 on Ravelry.

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  73. I have mostly only done small things so far, like washcloths and fingerless mittens. I would love to go a little bigger soon and try a hat or cowl. What I REALLY want to try though are socks! Having such a small portable project is deeply appealing to me.

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  74. I knit the same things year round - socks, shawls, sweaters, although summer is great because it is warm enough to bring knitting along as a passenger in the car (socks are the best for that). Thanks for another great giveaway!

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  75. I am definitely a sock knitter and lace knitter during the summer months. I'm currently working on a beaded lace shawl for my Daughter's wedding in January!

    themomster (Ravelry)

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  76. I knit charity items in the summer which include warm hats, mittens and chemo hats. I will also be knitting socks for family members this summer.

    Ravelry: Koviljka

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  77. Socks! doijdd@gmail.com

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  78. I teach knitting at a local yarn shop and have more limited classes in the summer, so I use this time to make things for me and for gifts--planning a baby afghan, socks for my husband, and perhaps starting a poncho for fall...
    Deb (JerseyShoreDeb on Ravelry)

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  79. The only thing I change about my knitting in the summer is the type of yarn I use . . . I go from wool based to cottons and linens. I love doing cute tops and sweaters, especially lace.

    Ainjylface on Ravelry

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  80. I like making small toys or other smallish projects once it get warm which is not really until late June.

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  81. I like to knit smaller projects, so that I don't get too warm!

    I am RowdyGirl on Ravelry.

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  82. Socks are great summer knitting!

    Rav id: moukin

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  83. Socks are great summer knitting!

    Rav id: moukin

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  84. Fun giveaway, thank you for running it.

    Like many others, I lean towards socks and shawls in the Summer months, but unless I finish this never-ending Doctor Who 12th season scarf soon (all 14 ft of garter stitch!!), that may not be the case this summer ;-)

    I'm YeaIKnit on Ravelry

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  85. Fun giveaway, thank you for running it.

    Like many others, I lean towards socks and shawls in the Summer months, but unless I finish this never-ending Doctor Who 12th season scarf soon (all 14 ft of garter stitch!!), that may not be the case this summer ;-)

    I'm YeaIKnit on Ravelry

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  86. I'm looking forward to knitting some new test patterns. It's a great way to see how knitting needles work for certain projects, as all needles are definitely not the same. I tag what brand, and type of needle I use with each project.
    I love testing new knitting needles.

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  87. I make smaller projects like socks in the summer.
    Limeleaf on rav.

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  88. I enjoy knitting shawls in the summer.
    Rosewood on rav

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  89. I love to knit linen shirts or small projects like hats or socks in the summer.
    dangerousgirl on ravelry

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  90. In summer I generally make smaller things, socks, a cowl or two, something in cotton.
    Of course I am in Florida, summer is quite long and particularly vigorous here.

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  92. Trying this again (with cursor no where near publish button)....

    Baby clothes and anything cotton.

    Rav: aewsimmons

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  93. I love to knit shawls and socks in the summer months - small lightweight projects that are generally easy to toss into a small bag and run around in the sun with. I am Istenno on ravelry.

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  94. I knit socks and shawls all summer! This summer I'll also be knitting a cardigan out of alpaca that I bought in Peru. Hopefully it will be ready to wear in the fall. You can see the yarns I'm mixing with the alpaca on ravelery. I'm quiltdabbler.

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  95. My knitting projects are not necessarily different during different seasons. I just knit whatever inspires me. Lately I've been loving making little shawls using fingering weight yarns and they'll be perfect for the summer nights ahead. Ravelry ID: ingerasata
    email: ingerasata@yahoo.com

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  96. I like to knit small items in the summer like socks, hats and mittens. Rav ID: Sandee8908

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  97. In the summer I prefer to knit small projects with lace weight to sport weight yarn. I save the heavy stuff for fall and winter. Rav ID: emilygum

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  98. My knitting does not change in the summer. Recently I have been on a shawl kick. Ravelry ID: socrafty1

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  99. My knitting does not change in the summer. Recently I have been on a shawl kick. Ravelry ID: socrafty1

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  100. I always have multiple projects on the go. In the summer, I use more cotton yarn or fingering weight yarns to make socks or a shawl. Nothing too big since I don't want to get too warm by having something on my lap.
    canuckeh on rav

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  101. I'll always have a couple of small projects (accessories, some toys) for knitting on the road. When it's time to settle on the couch (in the air-conditioning!) to watch the TV, I like to have something bigger, like a shawl or poncho. If I win, please contact AnnBan on Ravelry.

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  102. I knit socks and shawls in the summer. I try to stay away from too many wool projects that are heavy in the warm months. I'm "Fidgement" on Ravelry.

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  103. I knit socks and shawls in the summer. I try to stay away from too many wool projects that are heavy in the warm months. I'm "Fidgement" on Ravelry.

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  104. I knit socks and shawls mostly in the summer, although have worked on a sweater or two.
    Rav Id - marliemade

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  105. Mostly I knit for charity in the summer--warm things that will be needed come winter. Raveler name teresep6.

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  106. Admin, if not okay please remove!

    Our facebook group “selfless” is spending this month spreading awareness on prostate cancer & research with a custom t-shirt design. Purchase proceeds will go to cancer.org, as listed on the shirt and shirt design.

    www.teespring.com/prostate-cancer-research

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  107. In the summer I stick with shawls in fingering or lace weight, with the occasional sock for variety and portability. :)

    Rav ID: globalite

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  108. In the summer I stick with shawls in fingering or lace weight, with the occasional sock for variety and portability. :)

    Rav ID: globalite

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  109. I don't have anything specific for the summer months; I love making hats year 'round, and I only try to steer clear of afghans patterns unless they're square patterns. (Rav: asimplehomestd)

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  110. I like to knit lacy shawls or small projects in the summer. Toys are fun too!
    Rav ID: Dona-C

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  111. I like to knit just about anything in the summer, but I usually switch to "cooler" yarns like bamboo and cotton. PamonMars on rav

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  112. We have the AC running 24/7 all summer to survive the Austin heat, so I knit the same types of things year round, mostly sock yarn cowls and blankets.

    Rav ID: Hipknitizer

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  113. We have the AC running 24/7 all summer to survive the Austin heat, so I knit the same types of things year round, mostly sock yarn cowls and blankets.

    Rav ID: Hipknitizer

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  114. Lace all the way in the summer for me! Although this summer it's going to be baby things, in anticipation of my first grandbaby. Marlitharn on Ravelry.

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  115. Shawls! Never ending shawls. And socks. socknubbins on rav

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  116. In the summer, I love to knit baby and kid items for the grandchildren, and light weight cowls for the adult girls in the family.

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  117. In the winter, love to knit some blankets and socks. And in the summer, I knit more cottony items :)
    FirelightSpinner on Ravelry

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  118. Ah, summer likes the cottons. And winters, love the blankets and socks!!
    FirelightSpinner on Rav

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  119. I knit beanies for Socks to Soldiers year-around. For myself, I'll have a cardigan or lightweight scarves.

    I'm "craftinginmycave" on Rav.

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  120. during the summer is the knit girllls KAL/CAL stash dash. So during the summer I just try to knit as much as I can. I try to finish all my wips from the year and cast on the things I can get done fast.

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  121. This summer I'll be knitting baby clothes because I am going to ba a first time Grandma!

    greyowl (ravelry id)

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  122. baby sweaters are my thing lately

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