domingo, 16 de enero de 2011

New Year, New Features!

We're excited to announce some of the new features you'll see here on the blog in 2011! We are working hard to bring you a new, improved blog that you can visit for pattern ideas, inspiration, amusement and news about our yarns and our company!

The Malabrigo Freelance Pattern Project



This is a monthly e-book release from various independent designers! Exclusively online and through Ravelry, these e-books can be purchased with credit card or Paypal. You can buy the patterns in a group or solo, and each month will have an interesting, beautiful palette and theme! The e-books will be released sometime in the month and will always be announced here!

Weekly Color Features



We know you love your weekly color feature almost as much as I love writing them, so these will continue into the next year! It is always exciting to look through something lovely and find the colorways in our yarn palette.

Featured Knitting


For a long time, I've wanted to highlight particularly beautiful projects from Ravelry users. In the next year, we're going to be putting up small features that show off some of the most beautiful Malabrigo projects -- lovely photos, lovely knitting, and lovely people!


Designer and Blogger Interviews


I really enjoyed interviewing so many people in the last year and hope to double our knitting interviews in this year! There is something wonderful about exploring someone's projects, inspirations, and studio spaces, and I want to bring you more of this!


Stay tuned for more surprises and features as we think of them!

3 comentarios:

  1. Sounds awesome! I hope you'll let us know how to submit to those ebooks- I'm there!

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  2. This year's e-book lineup wasn't submission -- all the designers were chosen in advance. But depending on the success we might do another one next year, so stay tuned!

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  3. In England is it necessary to feed birds all year? If so are we meant to change the type of food with the changing seasons? Thanks for your posts and birds rock

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