Based in New Jersey, Robbie Dulaney is the founder of http://www.knitxcore.com/. He has been both a knitter and blogger for over seven years, but his interest in crafting goes far beyond that. Having roots in a very creative family has fueled a lifelong passion for making things, whether it's knitting tiny stitches or hand-sewing stuffed animals. His work bridges the past and the present by combining simple modern design and a quirky colour palette with a unique vintage flair. In fields largely dominated by women, his perspective provides a refreshing and much-needed voice within both the knitting and blogging communities. He's hoping to inspire a new age of empowered male crafters to stand up and to be proud of their work, be it a tea cosy or a log cabin.
Knitting is brought into the 21st Century with these hip knitting projects from blogger Robbie Dulaney.
unique and very creative I definitely recommend "The Knitster. " "Sweetly Made blogspot " It s books like this that are going to inspire the next generation to pick up their needles and learn how to read directions and knit. Not only are the projects hip, but they are fairly straightforward and easy. This book has a sense of humor " InStitches.blogs.mycentraljersey.com " I love the plastic coil binding of the book. I know that sounds silly but "The Knitster" lays flat and it is easy to keep opened that was important especially when following a knitting pattern. The photos were wild and fun. It definitely got my attention as I flipped through the projects were unique and cool ..I definitely recommend "The Knitster. Emileeschristmasjoy.blogspot.com " If you re knitting for hipster man, this might be the book for you. Although many of the patterns are unisex Now that the weather s really cooling down, I m looking forward to curling up in my living room with my knitting needles and a hot drink . " Transient Expression""