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Designs with Lion Brand Yarns Spotted at the Fall Knit and Crochet Show!

In the first weekend of October, myself, and a few Lion Brand team members attended the Fall 2013 Knit & Crochet Show in Concord, North Carolina. We had a great time chatting with designers in the industry, discussing yarns and patterns, and making new connections. One of my favorite parts about the show is seeing the many different projects people have worked on using Lion Brand yarns.  Below, you'll see some creative patterns from talented crocheters who were at the show - go ahead and check them out.

Betsy's ShawlKnit & crochet designer Brenda Bourg in her Betsy's Shawl pattern made in LB Collection Silk: Pluto Deborah and Crochet OwlDeborah Bagley's Owl Bean Bag chair in Vanna's Choice won 3rd place in the "Artistic Expression" category at the annual CGOA design competition.  You can find more designs from Deborah and her sister at Yarnovations. Vintage Christmas AfghanThis Vintage Christmas Afghan was designed by Sue Solakian in Heartland, and the pattern will soon be available at Mainly Crochet.

Margaret Hubert Design
Margaret Hubert stopped by our booth to show off a design using LB Collection Baby Alpaca and Bonbons featured in her upcoming book, Granny Square Flowers: 50 Botanical Crochet Motifs and 15 Original Projects.
Jessie Rayot Octie BlanketCrochet designer Jessie Rayot's Octie Blanket in Cotton-Ease won second place in the Afghans and Home Decor category at the annual CGOA design competition. Barbie in BonbonsA fan of ours stopped by the booth to show off her Barbie clothing made in Bonbons!

We're currently getting ready for Stitches East in Hartford, CT this November and we're excited. If you plan on attending, please stop by our booth - show off your designs, and say hi!

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  • Janice Shachter

    What happened to the "Knit" in "knit and crochet show"?

  • Amy H

    I had a great time there. Please come back to Concord (NC) again!

  • Mearla VanDenBerg

    Ohhh...I love the Margaret Hubert jacket! Thanks for sharing!