Glenna C.

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I design knitwear of all kinds and am particularly fond of cables, colour-work, and shaped garments.
If you have a question about one of my patterns, the best way to be in touch with me is via email at crazy.knitting.lady@gmail.com, or via Ravelry message.
I currently have a ‘day job’ and so my Ravelry time varies from day to day and it may take a few hours or more for me to respond.

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I am a big fan of working cables without a cable needle! My two blog photo tutorials on this technique are available here and here. Happy cable-ing!

original designs  

from twist collective spring/summer 2014
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Hitch: Patterns Inspired by the Films...
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from twist collective fall 2013
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Knitting Architecture
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from The Urban Collection, vol 2
from Cosmopolitan Set
from Cosmopolitan Set
from Squall Set
from twist collective winter 2012
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Canadian Living, November 2012
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Glenna C.'s Ravelry Store
from Shakespeare in Lace Club from Wooly W...
from The Urban Collection
from The Urban Collection
from twist collective spring/summer 2012
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from The Urban Collection
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from The Urban Collection
from Knitting to Stay Sane
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from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Indigodragonfly: Smart-Ass Knitters/W...
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane
from Knitting to Stay Sane