Amy Gunderson


Amy Gunderson

Amy Gunderson is a Midwest transplant living in beautiful North Carolina with her husband and their adorable yellow lab, Suzy. She works full time as Creative Lead for Universal Yarn, and does independent design in her spare time.

Projects by Amy Gunderson


Diamond Shawl

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April’s birthstone is the stunning diamond. Diamonds can be a knitter’s best friend, too! Diamond motifs large and small sprinkle this rectangular wrap. Plant fibers keep this project suitable for warmer months, and a metallic thread woven through the yarn gives it just the right special sparkle.

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Afternoon Coffee Cardigan

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Get ready to snuggle up with a good book and relax in this cozy, easy-to-wear cardigan. Though there are a lot of cables in this cardigan, it goes quicker than you’d think in a bulky yarn. Pockets and a fold-over collar lends a casual feel to a staple sweater.

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Woodland Bunny

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Bunny can be seen gallivanting through the woods with her pal, Fox. Bunnies get cold sometimes, so it’s extra important to knit her a hat.

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Patches Make Perfect Ornaments

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Bust your yarn, ribbon, and button stashes with these fun ornaments. Work in traditional Christmas colors, or work in a color scheme all your own to match your tree. These are also fun to make and hang year-round!

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Change of Lace Shawl

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Twisted stitches, cables, and lace make this an interesting knit, while bulky yarn keeps the project relatively quick. Wear it as a shawl, belted as a faux-cardigan, or numerous other ways.

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Aztec Poncho

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This piece is everything you need in a classic autumn-to-winter piece: stylish, easy to wear and warm! Knit in one piece from the top down, this tweedy showstopper will be your favorite piece in no time.

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Harbor Scarf

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Knit with less than 100g of laceweight yarn in the Harbor colorway, this scarf is light as a feather. The wool content in the yarn will still give just the right amount of warmth for transitional weather months or breezy days at the harbor. 

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