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Tevara

Tevara is my new design for the Autumn 2016 issue of PomPom Magazine! Tevara 2 Read more

Cut Out + Keep – Make and Share Craft Tutorials: 7 days and 7 free patterns

This week I’ll be at Cut Out + Keep, with some of my free designs. Every day from December 7 to 13, one of my patterns will be available at this super cool website. You are very welcome to join us for a fun knitting time and some suggestions for Christmas gifts. Read more

“Cecilia Niemeyer” KAL starting at Feb 1st!

A KAL with a name and last name? Yeap! With 2 projects and lots of fun as well! Read more

Vogue Knitting Live Jan 2012

How to explain the experience of participating on a knitting event like this? Knitting is really interesting for me: I enjoy the calmness, the concentration that evolves into a kind of meditation, the colors, textures and all the synesthetics aspects. Read more

The amazing knitting stores from Bay Area!

There's something about San Francisco’s Bay Area that always make me feel inspired! I'm positive that a big part of this is related to the Tibetan Buddhist retreats and voluntary work at Nyingma organizations, which have been nourishing my life for the last 12 years. And, of course, there's an "extra topping" at those enchanted feelings: some amazing knitting stores! OMG!There's something about San Francisco’s Bay Area that always make me feel inspired! I'm positive that a big part of this is related to the Tibetan Buddhist retreats and voluntary work at Nyingma organizations, which have been nourishing my life for the last 12 years. The airport ride announcing the beginning of precious teachings. The memory of last minute shopping at Berkeley's Andronico's, Whoole Foods or at Elephant (that do not exist anymore), rushing through the hills, for some special ingredients for the TAP (Tibetan Aid Project) Fund Raise Dinner, Or at Downtown Berkeley working at the finishing touches for the Dharma Publishing Bookstore opening with my dearest sangha friend Magda! Definitely, those memories activate my deepest appreciation for the Bay Area! Read more