Summer Stitches
We're getting ready to release a ton of great new products for fall, but in the mean time we're enjoying some fun, fast projects that are great for knitting and crocheting on the go. 

Quick, small, instant gratification projects are perfect for keeping your needles and hooks busy during the warm weather months and can be worked on outside while you soak up the vitamin D. Paired with brightly colored Knitter's Pride tools we're sure that stitching can add color to your summer! 

The Knitter's Pride Team
Summer Stitching Pattern Inspiration
We've curated a collection of great summer knitting and crochet patterns that require smaller quantities of yarn and are faster to stitch! 
Summer Fling by Espace Tricot
Many of these can also be made with scraps of yarn, which is a great way to use up your stash, making room for more yarn! 
Owl Key Chain by Yarn Artists

See even more summer stitching inspiration on the Knitter's Pride Blog and on the Knitter's Pride Pinterest board

Knitter's Pride Coming to a Store Near You! 
We're so excited for a new round of Knitter's Pride Needle Tasting Parties! These are events held by local yarn shops where knitters and crocheters can try out Knitter's Pride needles first hand! This is a great way to try out tools and see which one works best for you. Shops will also provide yarns for you to test with and some light refreshments. 

Here's a list of some of our upcoming needle tasting events. Don't see your LYS? Have them contact us! They can reach out to us through Facebook, Ravelry, or Twitter. We'd love to have your LYS host a party! 

7/16 Grandma's Spinning Wheel in Tucson, AZ
7/18 Puffy Mondaes in Nampa, ID
7/24 Woolbearers in Mt. Holy, NJ
7/26 Round Rock Yarn & Fiber Studio in Round Rock, TX
7/31 Chix with Stix in Lenoir, NC
8/2 Y'arnings in Helena, MT
8/7 Hank & Purl's Creative Nook and Knittery in Rochester, MN
8/23 Imagiknit in San Francisco, CA
8/25 The Knitting Garden in Coral Gables, FL
Knitter's Pride in the Press
Knitter's Pride Karbonz were recently reviewed on the Sunsetcat blog. Knitter and designer Stephannie Tallent loves the Karbonz sharp tips for working lace patterns. Read more on her blog here