December 31st, 2016

Ready, Set, Knit! 471: Kathy talks with Carol Sulcoski

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This week Kathy talks with Carol Sulcoski, it’s their annual Year in Review!

Ready, Set, Knit! episode #471 - Kathy talks with Carol Sulcoski. Listen now on the WEBS Blog - blog.yarn.com

It was a year of constant change in the industry with some large yarn companies reorganizing, lots of beloved shops closing and new shops opening. Knitter’s Review closing its forums and Mason Dixon Knitting reemerging. Lots of designers launched their own yarn lines, designers and teachers talked honestly about a Fair Fiber Wage and the Craft Industry Alliance was born.

Cowls are still the go-to project with Gradient yarns being a favorite color trend this year.

What was news to you? What trends and happenings did you see this year? Tell us in the comments!

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Sara

Sara

Marketing Coordinator at WEBS - America's Yarn Store
Sara learned to knit and crochet as a child and added spinning and weaving to her skills after being hired at WEBS in 2006. While crochet is her #1 love, she is also very fond of her husband and their 2 daughters.
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One Response to “Ready, Set, Knit! 471: Kathy talks with Carol Sulcoski”

  1. Kate Says:

    2 trends I noticed this year were connected – super bulky yarns and arm knitting. Neither of these appeal to me, but I hope they are a good (instant gratification) way to introduce new knitters/crocheters to the crafts!

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