New Year's Stitch-o-lutions

With the beginning of a new year, we know many crafters have made knitting and crochet resolutions for 2015. This month we're sharing lots of tips for getting organized and inspiring your stitching! We'd love to hear more about your stitching resolutions (or stitch-o-lutions, as we like to call them), so be sure to connect with us on Ravelry, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter

The Knitter's Pride Team
Organize Your Tools
Spend more time knitting and crocheting and less time sorting through your tools and materials! Knitter's Pride has a wide range of storage solutions for organizing your needles, hooks, patterns, and more! 

The Magma Chart Holder is perfect for keeping your pattern handy while also keeping track of your row in your pattern. Use the magnets to track your progress; this is particularly great for working from charts! 

Our stylish new hook and needle cases come in three stylish color combos: Volga, Rhine, and Danube and several exciting styles to suit your needs: 

Our new tote bag (shown below) is perfect for carrying everything you need to take your projects on the go. 

Our Interchangeable Needle Case has spots for all your needle tips and a zippered pouch for your cords, markers, and other notions. 

 Our Fixed Circular Needle Case (shown below) is perfect for storing a variety of your fixed circular needles. 

Crocheters will love storing all of their hooks in our zippered crochet hook case (shown below). 

Pattern Inspiration
We're only a few weeks into the new year, and yet we've already seen many beautiful new patterns emerge from talented designers. We've featured a few on the Knitter's Pride Blog this month!

One of stunning new patterns already released this year is Victorian Raffia by Kieran Foley & Alasdair Post-Quinn. The scarf is double knit, and an inspirational knit for sure! 
On the Knitter's Pride Blog
This month on the Knitter's Pride Blog we're excited to be a part of the blog tour for Talitha Kuomi's new book Artistic Differences. Read more and enter to win a copy of the lovely Silve fingerless mitts pattern.