Canadian designer Kelly says knitbrooks began in 2013 “while I was hustling as a reporter/photographer in Alberta. Eventually my online shop expanded into local handmade markets & knitwear pattern design, and most recently I’ve branched out (heh heh) into hand carved crochet hooks,” Kelly says. The crochet hooks are well worth a look, by the way, but what caught my eye was Kelly’s knitting and crochet patterns. Patterns are available through the site and through well-marked link to Kelly’s Ravelry shop.https://knitbrooks.ca
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