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nancy_glick
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USA
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Posted - 01/30/2006 :  10:03:22 PM  Show Profile Send nancy_glick a Private Message
Hi Everyone,
My favorite designers are Jo Sharp, Kaffe Fassett, and Fiona Ellis.
I like Jo Sharp's designs because they are so beautiful in an elegant manner. I also enjoyed reading her design process on her website. Being a designer myself, it was wonderful to read how another designer gets inspired. I love Kaffe Fassett. His use of colors and designs are fantastic. He is the reason I started to knit. I saw a video of him that a friend had rented from our local library and I've been hooked ever since.
I just recently saw some pictures of Fiona Ellis' knitwear. Her work is absolutely gorgeous. Again, I read an article on her inspirations for her designs and her finished pieces are wonderful recreations of the inspirational material.

The Irish Ewe
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USA
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Posted - 02/02/2006 :  05:44:08 AM  Show Profile  Visit The Irish Ewe's Homepage Send The Irish Ewe a Private Message
We love Jo Sharp too, but it's worthy to note that she *constantly* shorts the amount of yarn - often the pattern will say 11 balls, and mean 19!

The Irish Ewe
Norway, Maine
http://www.TheIrishEwe.com
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Tangled Jane
Seriously Hooked

Canada
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Posted - 02/08/2006 :  08:16:44 AM  Show Profile  Visit Tangled Jane's Homepage Send Tangled Jane a Private Message
I adore Kaffe Fasset because of his innovative 'anyone can do this' approach. He was amoung the first to promote knitting as art and his works truly are masterpieces. I stumbled onto an exhibition of his at the Victoria&Albert museum-- his use of yarn up close is is stunning. Now I credit him with the direction my knitting has taken.

http://janethornley.com/index.php
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