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PDF magazine Katia

If you make your own clothes, congrats, you are already part of sustainable fashion! You create garments for yourself and your family with the best quality materials at your own pace. For this reason, stay within the slow fashion to make 23 versatile and long-lasting garments. Enjoy slowly knitting and crocheting the designs from the PDF magazine Katia Special ECO. And discover some of our sustainable yarns: SeaCell Cotton, Big…

patterns to make children's clothing

The days of sun and heat are approaching, days of playing outside and enjoying the beach and the park. That is, shortly, 100% summer days arrive. So crafter, it is time to start projects for the family’s summer wardrobe: tops, dresses, jackets, and sweaters. If you knit, crochet and sew your clothes, congratulations, you are already part of the slow fashion trend! You are creating at your own pace, in…

basic fabrics in solid colors

Jersey, Rustic Cotton, Recycled Canvas, Muslin, Soft French Terry … Sew all year round with our basic fabrics in solid colors! Plain fabrics are your greatest ally when creating color combinations. Whether you want to sew a total look garment, in a single color, or if you want to combine it with other printed fabrics. For this reason, we call them basic fabrics, because they are essential in any project…

macramé bag

If you are looking for tutorials to make an easy macramé bag, here you can find out how to make this summer accessory with just 2 bobbins of our new Macramé Cord Fine. You have a date on July 7 2021 with Lucía from @knittingtheskyline on our YouTube channel. Subscribe and click the bell to be notified! We share a new step-by-step video tutorial and free PDF pattern to learn…

sustainable fashion:

Quality, creativity and sustainability! Do you keep these three words in mind when purchasing yarn and fabrics? The crafting community is becoming more and more interested in the source of materials, something that we celebrate here at Katia. For years, we have developed an ECO line of sustainable, recycled and fair-trade yarns. If you are also on the path to reducing the amount of clothes you buy and making yourself…

top-down seamless tee pattern

I’m Linda Allegra, from Italy, and I am a knitting designer and teacher. My mom taught me to knit when I was a child. I’ve been working in the textile fibers and yarns production process for over 40 years now. What I particularly love is sharing my work (@linda_knitbijoux). In fact, I teach in my hometown Biella. I love top-down constructions and to giving a tailored cut to my patterns.…

crochet backpack

My name is Rocío, but everyone calls me Rox (@MadeinRox). I’m from Madrid and I’m a maths teacher. I enjoy both numbers and balls of yarn equally: actually, they are two passions with a lot in common. I love to innovate, keep learning, and above all, create. Therefore, as a consequence, I am going to share this DenimBag pattern, which is one of my most recent creations, with you. In…

Love Denim Challenge

“73% of the world’s clothing ends up in landfill or other waste disposal systems. Only 15% of the world’s waste clothing is recycled, and more alarmingly, less than 1% is reutilized in new clothing” according to the The Global Fashion Agenda. There is no doubt that we can change these percentage amounts if we modify our buying habits and support the responsible use of resources. For this reason, we want…

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