Heart On My Sleeve
knit with care

Heart on my Sleeve is a book of 8 sweater patterns, sized baby to big, from 9 different designers. Designs have been donated by Shannon Cook, Romi Hill, Bristol Ivy, Tanis Lavallée, Joji Locatelli, Alexa Ludeman, Jane Richmond, Ysolda Teague, and Alexa Ludeman and Emily Wessel of Tin Can Knits. The project and ebook were coordinated by Tin Can Knits. Check out the designs now!


Buy the ebook now for $18 USD

For each $18 ebook sold, $16.80 USD is donated to the Against Malaria Foundation (the remainder is made up of Paypal and Ravelry fees). Each ebook purchased will help purchase nets that keep people safe. What do you need to do? Just buy the book and get knitting!

As designers, we are constantly inspired and impressed by the knitting community. Our work goes out into the world and passes through so many hands, and in this we saw an opportunity to contribute.

September 19 2017 UPDATE: so far we've donated $50,495 USD - this buys 20,282 nets, to protect 36,500 people (this is the entire population of 60-70 villages).
Check the fundraising progress here.

 

 

 

 

Join us and share your Heart On My Sleeve sweaters in our Facebook group or your favourite social spot using the hashtag:

#heartonmysleeveknits

 

 

Summer Of Lace
delicate patterns for the slow rhythm of summertime

This summer, let lace entrance you, as delicate patterns reveal themselves through the slow and rhythmic pace of knitting. Watch the world buzz, rumble and scoot past your porch swing as row by row the pattern reveals itself.

Lace projects are lightweight, easy to pop in your handbag and well suited to the leisurely mood I aim to enjoy in the summertime. Work a couple more rows as you savour a cool drink on a shady patio with friends. Or pack a lightweight project into your hiking backpack when you head out into the wilderness.

A few of our favourite lace projects:


Lodestar Stole by Tin Can Knits low tide sunflower shawl estuary shawl raindrops pullover branching out shawl photosynthesis shawl old growth cardigan viewfinder cowl

 

The Tin Can Knits Library ::: Since 2011 until today we've been knitting hard to bring you irresistible modern patterns!

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