Newsletter Interview The Knit With Yarn Shop’s In The Loop newsletter. Click on the link for the Vol. IV, No. 1, Autumn 2007 PDF.

Customer Comment
You are an inspired designer. Your patterns are beautiful, unique, well-shaped and inspirational – in short brilliant. I’ve been knitting for more than 50 years and haven’t seen designs this special except for the work of Falkenburg and Kaffe. My wish for you (since I am an organizational psychologist, I HAVE to say this): Hire lots of staff (knitters, sales and service folks and one promotional person) and go into your ‘dream room’ and turn out designs with the help of a technical design assistant and you will become very, very famous. (This is a selfish wish on my part, because then I could have even more fun on your terrific website – which leaves folks starving for MORE.)

Warm regards,



Winter 2005 Twists and Turns, The Newsletter for Lovers of Cable Knitting
“…If you’re looking for a novel, challenging cable project, these techniques will inspire you!…”
Fall 2004 Vogue Knitting “Wrapture
Almost instant gratification: Dawn Brocco’s Winter Scarf Collection debuts six quick-to-stitch bulky-yarn patterns to work either circularly or flat, and includes techniques for stranded, slip, cable and woven stitches. Geared to the intermediate knitter, Charting Your Way Through Heel Turns is a brass-tacks pamphlet on methods such as French and Dutch heels…”

Holiday 2004 Family Circle Easy Knitting
“Neck Check
We’re big on instant gratification, and Dawn Brocco’s Winter Scarf Collection doesn’t disappoint. Check out the six quick-to-stitch scarves worked on size U.S. 11/8 mm or 13 / 9mm needles…”andGreat Giveaways”Here’s your chance to win… Winter Scarf Collection, by Dawn Brocco…”
Spring 2004 InKnitters
“If going down under (to your feet) is a favorite topic, the Heels and Toes Gazette is waiting to snuggle you with some of the most innovative and fun sock patterns around…”
Fall 2003 Interweave Knits
“The Heels and Toes Gazette is a pamphlet-sized newsletter for sock knitters. Recent issues feature patterns for socks of ingeneous construction as well as standard socks in lace, fulled and Fair Isle variations A color insert shows the finished products in detail. Special techniques are explained and bibliographies are given for those who can never read enough about socks…”
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