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  1. EZ Picture Knit - SPP71

    EZ Picture Knit - SPP71

    Felipe Cavalheiro

    From $7.99

    Noted Brazilian designer Felipe Cavalheiro has created a unique tribute to one of his heroes, Elizabeth Zimmermann. His amazing picture knit (from an iconic photo of EZ) is executed using Armenian Knitting and features EZ’s uplifting quote on the back. Knit the picture, the quote or both into a version of Elizabeth’s ingenious Lap-Shoulder Sweater. Includes clear charts and instructions in multiple sizes. Another creative masterpiece from Felipe! Learn More
  2. WG 96 Danish Floral Pullover

    From $5.50

    This new design of Meg Swansen’s is for a hip-length, 3/4 sleeved, scooped-neck pullover. The light, airy motif is negative-imaged at the lower edges of sleeves and body, and the wool Meg used, Blackberry Ridge (Cream and Pale Iris), is soft enough to wear next to your skin. The sweater is worked up from the lower edge, with a slightly inset, steeked armhole and a deep scooped neck. The sleeves are knitted down from the armhole with an optional shaped sleeve-cap detail. Learn More
  3. Faerøsk Strikkebog

    Faerøsk Strikkebog

    Svanhild Strøm & Marjun Biskopstø
    $58.00

    We call it The Faroese Knitting Book. When I first saw this new book, I gasped audibly. Not only are we given beautiful sweaters, but they are shown to us in spectacular photos of the Faroese landscape. There are just over two dozen designs, written in Danish. Luckily numbers and charts transcend the language barrier and, with knowledge of your gauge plus EPS (Elizabeth’s Percentage System), the patterns are accessible. Hardcover, 125pp. Learn More
  4. Nirvana Scissors
    $9.00

    Made of high quality stainless steel, these 3.5 inch scissors have a bright, colorful handle and feature a fine point and sharp blades. Each pair comes with a sleeve to protect the points from damage. (Not for use by children.) Assorted colors; we surprise you. Learn More
  5. Arctic Spirit Shawl - SPP70

    Arctic Spirit Shawl - SPP70

    Zimmermann and Swansen

    From $7.99

    An elegant Garter-stitch lace shawl from Meg Swansen and Elizabeth Zimmermann, based on Elizabeth's Spun Out 3-Cornered Shawls. Basic in its construction, but flattering and arresting to the eye, especially when worked in 2 subtle shades of Unspun Icelandic. Directions for a plain shawl or one with lace holes; with shoulder shaping or without; options for a braided selvedge and crochet bind off. Learn More
  6. Naturals and Burnt Umber - SPP69

    Naturals and Burnt Umber - SPP69

    Sven-Daniel Gyllenman

    From $7.99

    Swedish designer Sven-Daniel Gyllenman (designer of SPP#46) returns to Schoolhouse Press with a delightful new Fair Isle design. A dazzling pattern in earthy tones, with attention to details like: corrugated double knit ribbing, attractive side-panels that blend seamlessly with comfortable underarm gussets, and a front-and-back shaped neck. Daniel gives precise instructions with clear charts for 4 sizes, and detailed finishing directions. A flattering all-over design. Learn More
  7. Dead Feminists

    Dead Feminists

    Chandler O'Leary & Jessica Spring
    $24.95

    Elizabeth Zimmermann struck the match that fuels Schoolhouse Press to this day. Now Elizabeth has been honored in a book of Dead Feminists: Historic Heroines in Living Color by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring. It is a thrill to find Elizabeth in the great company of a diverse group of women, including Eleanor Roosevelt, Thea Foss, Fatima Al-Fihri, Gwendolyn Brooks, Harriet Tubman, Annie Oakley, Virginia Woolf, Shirley Chisholm, and many more. Dead Feminists is created in the tradition of collections of biographies and portraits of women and the broadside or broadsheet, the "great grand-mothers of the modern poster." The authors used women's quotes as a jumping off point to create posters and now book entries that include writing, photographs, and drawings related to the women and their artistry. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the books supports the Dead Feminists Fund, which the authors state "will support small grassroots nonprofits that align with the mission of empowering women and girls to become a force for good in their own communities." That's a cause we certainly support and hope you will too. The authors quote Eleanor Roosevelt who said, "It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness." Hardcover. 180 fabulous pages!

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  8. Catnip Mouse Kit--Meg Swansen
    $15.95

    Knit a mouse for a furry friend, as a decoration, or just for fun! Meg’s ingenious, simple design is quite lifelike, and allows you to practice/learn various increases, decreases, I-cord, and saddling. Adjust your gauge to make a wide variety of sizes. The kit includes everything you need to knit multiple mice: Meg's Catnip Mouse Pattern (SPP68) in a 3-hole, archival quality sheet protector, a surprise of 2 colors of Shetland wool: one mouse-like shade, and one bright contrasting color - easily enough wool for at least 2 mice, and a bag of Mikey's Killer Catnip. Mikey’s Killer Catnip is harvested wild in Wisconsin and is field-tested to excite even the most jaded cat. Warning: It is not the wussy stuff you often find in cat toys. The kit is priced to give you a $2 discount (approx.) for purchasing the items together. Also note that this year’s catnip harvest is a limited supply - when it's gone, it's gone. Thanks to Marlene Reilly and Taco Cat--pictured at left.

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  9. Catnip Mouse - SPP68

    Catnip Mouse - SPP68

    Meg Swansen

    From $5.95

    Knit a mouse for a furry friend, as a decoration, or just for fun! Meg’s ingenious, simple design is quite lifelike, and allows you to practice/learn various increases, decreases, I-cord, and saddling. Adjust your gauge to make a wide variety of sizes. Clear instructions with techniques - be careful, they’re addictive. Print version comes in a 3-hole, archival quality sheet protector.Thanks to Marlene Reilly for the picture of her furry friend, Taco Cat, at left, checking out the catnip. Catnip Kit available, includes pattern, wool, and catnip.

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  10. Selbuvotter

    Selbuvotter

    Anne Bårdsgård
    $88.95

    This staggeringly beautiful new book from Norway will ‘pin your ears back’ (as my mum used to say). Nearly 300 pages of charts and photos of these traditional Norwegian mittens and gloves which originated in 1856. Who knew there was So Much to know about this historic design? For instance: photos of 40 different thumb motifs, over 350 photos and charts for mittens and gloves, page after page full of possible cuff motifs, over 60 charts for the narrow vertical divider between palm and back of mittens (!), over 120 palm motifs, etc., etc. Thank you Jane Lippmann, for alerting us to this genuine treasure. The book is written in Norwegian (no English translation), but for knitters, charts, drawings, and photos transcend languages. Hardcover. For knitters wishing for history written in English, add Terri Shea's lovely book, Selbuvotter: Biography of a Knitting Tradition.

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