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Woollymama Posted - 08/02/2007 : 4:37:16 PM
Jared (aka Brooklyn Tweed) has a nifty tweed (what else?) sweater pattern in the latest issue of Interweave Knits. Can't wait to make it for my son.

woollymama
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KathyR Posted - 12/30/2007 : 3:27:35 PM
I really love the yarns Jared uses in his garments but I'm not sure I like the neckline in the IK sweater. To me it seems a little unfinished. What I do like, though, is the jacket in the latest posting on his blog. Very nice. I do hope that he decides to publish that design!

KathyR
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Mermaid Knits Posted - 12/29/2007 : 3:12:43 PM
Gorgeous design. And inspired from architecture. What fun!


Arctic-mermaid
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Mocha Posted - 08/08/2007 : 8:24:47 PM
I thought I won't be buying IK today, but it looks like I am going to, after all...wondering if I should subscribe to IK instead.
rather be knitting Posted - 08/08/2007 : 10:03:31 AM
Another fan here -- of his knitting, his photography, and his creative sensibilities. Heck, I've even knit things i didn't like until i saw a finished picture on his blog.

Congratulations to Jared -- I'm glad to see his work recognized and hope we'll be seeing lots more of his down-to-earth original designs.

Happy Knitting!
claire
bluestocking5 Posted - 08/06/2007 : 09:54:21 AM
KarenB: I agree, I absoluely love his sensibility and craftmanship. It always adds to the day when he posts something on Brooklyntweed.

As a side question: his sweater in IK has a lovely simple garter stich yoke, does anyone have any thoughts as to whether such a design would suit a barrel chested man?

KarenB Posted - 08/02/2007 : 10:37:40 PM
I have been a longtime but silent worshipper of Jared's work and am thrilled to see him published. I so admire his aesthetic sense, attention to detail, and meticulous craftsmanship (and that applies to the photography as much as the knitting). Plus I'm a sucker for anything tweedy. Here's hoping we see many more of his designs in the future.

Karen
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KromGal Posted - 08/02/2007 : 4:47:49 PM
Forget the design....they should hire him to do the photography! And, he just got a Kromski Minstrel, too. We spinners are in trouble!
KromGal Posted - 08/02/2007 : 4:47:25 PM
Forget the design....they should hire him to do the photography! And, he just got a Kromski Minstrel, too. We spinners are in trouble!
Woollymama Posted - 08/02/2007 : 4:43:56 PM
Jared (aka Brooklyn Tweed) has a nifty tweed (what else?) sweater pattern in the latest issue of Interweave Knits. Can't wait to make it for my son.

Forgot to mention you can see it on BrooklynTweed's blog:
brooklyntweed.net


woollymama

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