Impeccable Knits is the publishing label for knitwear designer Luise O’Neill.
Twist Collective, Knit Picks, Knit Picks IDP and Cooperative Press
Her In Tune collection was published by Knit Picks (2013) and her work is included in the following collections: Hitch: Patterns Inspired by the Films of Alfred Hitchcock, Knit Picks’ Under 100 Knit Collection and Sailor’s Valentine (Cooperative Press - tbp 2015). The majority of her work has been made available as self-published PDFs.
Impeccable Knitters Gathering Place
Some favourite techniques used in our patterns can be found on the Impeccable Knits group page.
Read Robin Hunter’s (knittingrobin) interview with Luise on Robin’s blog.
Our Impeccable Knits studio is located in the beautifully Forest City of London, Ontario, Canada - nestled at the forks of the Thames River; here we design, knit, crochet and play with fibre. Happiness abounds!!
We share a love of old trees that tell stories, find inspiration in dragonflies, butterflies lift our spirits and bright colours just make our day. Our love of ♫ Celtic and traditional music ♫ finds its way into many of our cable designs - it’s music that stirs the soul. Thanks so much for sharing this journey with us!
January 2015: New European Union (EU) VAT legislation has created changes to the way digital downloads will be sold to EU customers. All Impeccable Knits patterns purchased on Ravelry by EU customers will now automatically be routed through to LoveKnitting.com. LoveKnitting will collect and submit VAT based on the location of the purchaser as required by the new regulations (coming into effect January 1, 2015). Purchases originating on Ravelry will still have the patterns stored in your Ravelry library.
It’s always nice to be able to see before you buy, so here’s a preview of one of our patterns to show our general layout and attention to detail:
Selling Finished Objects: Being a small business ourselves, we encourage entrepreneurship in hand-knitters who would like to sell items personally hand knit from our patterns, whether for charity or personal profit. If you would like to acknowledge the pattern's source and / or designer then we thank you for your generosity. We wish you much success! :)
Your generosity …continues to overwhelm us. Your January, February and March 2010 purchases enabled us to donate $300 to the Canadian Red Cross with their humanitarian aid in Haiti. Thank you so much!!
Impeccable Knits blog - Shifting Stitches has many knitting tidbits and resources - especially about our first love: cable knitting.