Berroco's New Multimedia Page
I would like to show you our new multimedia
Look for the Multimedia button at the top of our Home Page, shown above.
We have archived all previous audio slideshows and audiocasts. We will
continue to keep developing new audio visual files for you to enjoy.
Keeping in step with the times, we are always discovering new ways to
communicate our design inspiration along with our collection.
Norah and I spend our work days together in
our design studio here in an old
mill in Uxbridge, MA and we are constantly batting ideas
back and forth. We thought you might enjoy having a taste
of our inspirational banter, so we produced a few audio slideshows to introduce
our Spring '08
Collection. We channel every ounce of our creative energies into concepting,
merchandising, designing, photographing and romancing our vision. During
this process we can lose perspective until we finally edit and produce
our pattern collection. Then in retrospect we can see the bigger picture
and comment on what we have created. For example, in one episode
we take you through our Booklet
#273 Naturlin™ and you will find that our comments will
further whet your appetite for projects to knit and crochet for your home.
have shared our enthusiasm for Seduce™ and Lumina™ and
have had the opportunity to see and feel them in your local yarnshop. Many
of you are knitting pieces from our booklet 272. If you want to hear more
about this booklet, watch and listen to the audio slideshows Booklet
#272 Lumina/Seduce and
Gaughan vol.2 - story: objet d'art.
favorite yarn from our spring collection is Linen
Jeans™. Many of you have enjoyed knitting with this super casual
linen blend ribbon as did Norah and I. Take another look at the Linen
#270 audio slideshow and hear our comments.
Knit in Linen
Skill level: Intermediate
FREE pattern instructions
Every week we receive many questions and comments from
KnitBits readers. We
thought you might enjoy knowing a little about our co-worker
who answers most of these questions and does so very much
more. I've raved about the very versatile Deana Gavioli in
a post to the Design