Show us the Colors of Your Pride!
As with most of the endeavors of the Shibaguyz, our mantra of "If it's worth doing, it's worth overdoing!" held true here. We started with the They/Them Pullover crochet pattern to speak to Shannon's non-binary gender expression and the Progressive Pride Flag mini quilt project was a way for us to talk about the need for more inclusion of BIPOC and TGNCNB folx in Rainbow Pride Flag and the community as a whole. Both were projects created as a way to express our own Pride and it kind of snowballed from there into three different quilt designs during the past year. Also true to our modus operandi, we started working out the designs for all of those quilts at the same time. Soon, one of the designs started consuming our minds and became almost an obsession. Piece by piece, the blocks grew. Block by block, our vision expanded… as did the project! The patterning experiment became a wall hanging, the wall hanging became a lap throw, the lap throw became a queen sized quilt for our bed which brings us to this pattern release: the Colors of my Pride quilt pattern!
Before we dive into the new quilt pattern, let's add some context to the content and take a brief look at the history of Pride flags.
A brief glimpse at the History of LGBTQIA+ Pride Flags
The history of the banners we wave to represent us in the LGBTQIA+ and TGNCNB community is as deep and as colorful as the members of our community itself. Without writing a tome on the subject, we would like to give you an overview of the flags and colors that influenced us in the creation of the Colors of My Pride quilt.
Beyond the Rainbow
The LGBTQIA+ community is not a monolith, and neither are the colors of our Pride! In addition to the incarnations of the Rainbow Pride Flag, there are individual flags that represent the communities we each identify with. There are flags hoisted for the lesbian, bear, agender, transgender, and non-binary communities, as well as flags that represent the leather, pansexual, intersex, and genderfluid communities. And that’s just a few! Regardless of how we feel on the inside or how we represent ourselves on the outside, each of us celebrates our Pride differently and we certainly express our Pride with colors that go beyond the rainbow.
The Project: The Colors of My Pride Quilt
Our quilt, The Colors of My Pride, is a combination of colors from across the wide range of vibrant Pride flags that speak to us the most; the colors that we feel represent us best. We worked with Karla Overland at Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics to pick our very specific colors that best represented our Pride. As we encourage each of you to do with your own Colors of My Pride quilts, we chose colors from different flags and pulled the ones that had the most meaning to us to include in our blocks. Our choices were very personal to us… as yours will be to you. For our The Colors of My Pride quilt, we included the six colors from the Rainbow Pride Flag since that is the first flag that either of us remembers flying as a banner at marches, plastered on our vehicles, worn on our bodies, waved in defiance, and painted on our skin for the better part of 30 years. However, in more recent years, we have come to feel that the representation of the colors from the More Color, More Pride Flag is more inclusive and even further encompasses our community, so we included the black and brown stripes from that flag. Shannon is non-binary, so we also brought in the soft blue and pink from the Transgender Pride Flag and added a lavender stripe to represent those of us who feel we are outside of (or fluid within) the gender binary. And the soft pink for the framing of the blocks? We had asked Karla of Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics for a soft pink that was just barely there. We wanted something that would subtly frame and complement each of our blocks and would provide an overall unifying color when the blocks were assembled. For us, the pink framing of the vibrant blocks represents the overall LGBTQIA+ and TGNCNB community and our unity regardless of where we are and how we represent ourselves. Again, all these color choices are very personal to us and represent OUR LGBTQIA+ and TGNCNB Pride… if those colors speak to you, then use them for your own quilt but, if you feel like other flags and other color combinations represent your place within your community, pick the colors of YOUR Pride and make your quilt your own.
The Colors of My Pride Quilt Color Choices
How many colors? Which colors? That’s up to you. The blocks themselves are created using a Scrappy Wonky Log Cabin block construction with 17 pieces built from the center out. We used a total of 11 colors repeated starting with either of the three color sets. Don’t worry… in the quilt pattern, we break down the different color sequences we used. You can follow those exactly or substitute in your own colors that represent your Pride!
If you have never made a quilt before or if you are newer to quilting, you’re going to love how forgiving this method of construction is. No… really… time after time, folx in our scrappy wonky quilt classes who were intimidated by matching corners and perfect lines are thrilled with how they can sit down and, with a basic machine that sews a straight line, create something glorious and stunning. Experienced quilters will love this style of construction both because of the freedom of expression it offers and the modern esthetic it creates. Most experienced quilt makers love the sense of play in the creation of these blocks and the resulting randomness is always a thrill… new or experienced!
Click on the button below to be whisked away to the Creative Spark website where you can reserve your spot in the live class OR you can pre-order the recording to watch after the live class. Either way, purchasing the class comes with a copy of the pattern AND you have access to the recording for one year after enrolling. That way, even if you can't join us live, you can still participate, ask questions, learn at your own pace on your own schedule, and discuss your quilts with others in the class via the Creative Spark platform. It's the best of all worlds!
A final word… or two…
On this, the 51st anniversary of the riots at the Stonewall Inn that sparked the fire that became the modern LGBTQIA+ rights movement and, ultimately, the reason we celebrate Pride Month in June, we are proud to be a part of this vibrant, diverse, exciting community of people. We stand in the shadow of those first transgender Black and Latino women, lesbians, and sex workers who threw the first bricks at Stonewall. We stand on the platform that those folx and so many more before and since have built so that we can be out and proud. Without them, we would not be where we are today… period. Now it is our time to speak out and use our own platform of creativity and education to express ourselves and make it possible for others to stand tall and proud.
Whether you make this for yourself to show the color of your Pride or if you make it for someone else to show them your love and support, we hope you think of those who have come before and all of those of us who are still fighting every day just for our basic human rights as members of the LGBTQIA+ and TGNCNB community. Whether you make a Colors of My Pride quilt as a silent encouragement for yourself or as a way to shout out to the world, whether it is a personal journey or one of support for others, we hope you find the same strength and power in the creation process as we have.
Balsam Pullover on the Cover of Interweave Crochet
Introducing from XRX and Shibaguyz Designz
We've wanted to do a duster like this for a long time… we've just been waiting for the right opportunity to come along. So, when the folks at Interweave Crochet put out the call for Fall designs with a retro vibe, we were all over it!
The result: the Dream On Duster crochet pattern by Shibaguyz Design in the Fall 2017 issue of Interweave Crochet magazine.
Even without the flower power styling and vintage, polaroid-style photography, it is easy to see where the influence for this design came from. We blended classic crochet techniques with modern design elements to create a crochet design that y'all are not going to want to miss out on.
Two new designz in the Fall 2017 issue of
Love of Crochet Magazine
New crochet pattern just in time for warmer weather!
The Conch Cardigan, seen in the Summer 2017 edition of Interweave Crochet, was created as the perfect, versatile wardrobe layering piece. Constructed from lightweight yarn with a lace panel in the back, it will keep you warm on cool days without getting too hot in the sun which means you can wear this FAB piece all Summer and well into the Fall months.
We LOVED designing this piece! The "Evolving V Stitch" stitch pattern keeps the interest and makes for a fun stitching experience. The cardi is made from Cascade Yarns Heritage Silk, constructed in only 3 piece:, one back and two fronts (the sleeves being part of each of those pieces). Seaming is a such simple process for this garment! Four seams and your garment is ready to wear.
Because we have a great relationship with them, the FAB folks at Interweave provided a few extra photos of this garment that did not make it into the magazine... but looked so go that we just HAD to post them.
We hope you love this piece as much as we do!
We are not paid for promoting this pattern... we really love it. We will receive a small percentage of any sales made from the vendor. The prices you will see are not higher because of the affiliate link... we just might be able to buy the occasional cup of coffee.
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Reading & Understanding Crochet Patterns with Shannon Mullet-Bowlsby - A NEW Craftsy Crochet Class and Giveaway
Fear not intrepid crocheter! Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby and Craftsy are here to give you all the answers to finding, reading, and understanding crochet patterns.
This course was created to teach new crocheters all the skills you need to read and successfully navigate crochet patterns. This will also be a FAB reference tool for the "I've been reading crochet patterns for fourty years" experienced stitchers. Regardless of your skill level you'll be learning tons about the in's and out's of crochet pattern reading and you'll be able to keep the class as an instant reference tool anytime you need it!
You get to apply what you are learning right away by making the "Modern Sampler Scarf" pattern that comes with the course. Shannon helps you with reading the written pattern AND the chart and how it all translates into actual stitches and rows. Before you know it you'll be piecing together your own sampler scarf with stitches so true they must have been blessed by a Pink Fairy Armadillo (which incidentally is a real animal… GAH!). I'll be there with you every step of the way!
When you’ve completed the entire course, you'll be shocked by how easily you can read through crochet patterns and get to stitching more and more advanced pieces. Don’t worry about forgetting any of the tips and techniques because the BEST part of all Craftsy classes is you can watch them whenever, and wherever you like and you can watch them as often as you like since your purchase never expires! Have a few minutes to watch a segment? Need to go back and see one of our tips & tricks again? Want to watch that technique one more time to get it juuuuust right? You can do ALL that with a Craftsy class because you own it forever!
GIVEAWAY OF MY CRAFTSY CLASS!
Yes I said FREE!
The winner will be chosen at random the morning of April 18, 2016 so You need to register to win before it launches April 18th! What are you waiting for? You did read that we're giving this away right? Enter Now! Yes, now… stop reading and enter… We'll wait right here while you enter to win.
We also have a lot of fun in my classes... I mean a LOT of fun… So click that button and get your entries in today!
See you in the Craftsy classroom!
Yup… that's right. I made something just for ME!
I don't do that very often but this one had to happen.
If you follow along with us on Twitter or Facebook, you know I gained a serious obsession for blanket scarves this past fall and winter.
For me, a blanket scarf is more than just an opportunity to wrap up against the elements. Although, let me just say that, on our trip to New York City this past February, we were VERY happy we had them. We were in the FAB city on the day of the coldest temperatures since the 1970s and our blanket scarves were VERY useful. But I digress…
For a crochet or knitting devotee, blanket scarves are the perfect way to showcase a stunning yarn or a dramatic stitch pattern. Also, they are great projects for just sitting and stitching when you don't want to think too much about shaping.
So… yeah… I'm a little obsessed. And I don't see this obsession ending any time soon because I have only begun to dive into the endless combination of fabrics, stitches, yarns, colors… MAKE ALL THE BLANKET SCARVES!!
Looking back, I'm realzing this post could have been subtitled:
Why A Blanket Scarf Is A Many Splendored Thing
The story of this scarf is kind of funny. You see, I have this Craftsy class called Quick and Easy Crochet Cables and the project for the class is a FAB little envelope clutch made from a simple rectangle of crochet cables. When I was on my way to Denver, Colorado to film the class, I realized I didn't have anything particularly warm to wear in my coat closet. You know… Seattle winters just aren't that harsh and the only time we get into temps that cold is when we go hiking in the mountains and I didn't want to wear my beat up hiking jacket for my trip.
Then it hit me… DING!
In my studio is a large wall of shelves full of yarn that inspires me. On one of those shelves, was a bunch of yarn that we purchased on a particularly snowy trip to Wyoming around ten years ago. The yarn was a bulky, single-spun, slight felted wool we found in this little shop in Dubois, Wyoming (pronounced Dew-boys for those not from Wyoming). Like many of you, we sometimes buy yarn and fabric without any idea of what we are going to make with it. These purchases are made because the yarn or fabric is inspirational and I make no apologies for buying inspirational product. This wonderful, wooly, Wyoming yarn was one of those inspirational purchases. The natural colors, the soft hand, the fact that the wool came from the shop owner's own flock… it was the perfect storm for us and we bought as much of it as she had on the rack in her shop: nine big ol' gorgeous hanks in total.
This is where the DING! happened…
I know… long story… but a good one, yes? This project is the perfect example of inspiration meeting opportunity. That's what makes the resulting blanket scarf even more special for me.
Here are some shots Jason took of the finished scarf while were in the Shibaguyz Photography studio one day. Yes, it's good to be married to a professional photographer.
The pattern is the exact pattern stitch for stitch from my Craftsy crochet class. Upon seeing this blanket scarf, some folks have taken the class just so they could learn cables and make a scarf like this for themselves. Heck… while we were in New York City, we were walking along the shops on Madison Avenue and folks came out of the shops on two different occasions to ask where I purchased my scarf. Of course, they left with our card in hand.
So many things I love about this scarf. Even though the weather is warmer here now, I'm looking forward to our trip to New York this October when we teach at Rhinebeck then spend a few days in the city. Yes, I've already started on new blanket scarves. More photos and patterns later…
Details about our classes at Rhinebeck here:
Workshops with the Shibaguyz at the 2015 New York State Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, NY
For now, enjoy the eye candy! Oh… if you do decide to get your crochet cables groove on with my Craftsy class, be sure to share your finished project photos with us. Clutches, blanket scarves, however you decide to use the pattern from the class… we want to see how YOU are inspired too!
Here's a special link for you to use for my Craftsy crochet class:
Quick and Easy Crochet Cables Class on Craftsy by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby
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Forgive my Golden Girls moment there, all kidding aside, y'all know we love a clean, elegant design, and patterns that fit the body perfectly. When we went into collaboration with Mango Moon Yarns we knew that someday we’d have the pleasure of selling these exquisite patterns on our own site as individual downloads. I’m thrilled to announce that that day is TODAY!
This year, at Shibaguyz Designz, we have double the reason to celebrate. Just in case you have not heard let me fill you in… our newest book, Designer Crochet: 32 patterns to elevate your style, from Lark Publishing will be released next month!
To say we are excited about it is a bit of an understatement; [pulls out the thesaurus] enraptured, jubilant, agog, or maybe ebullient… yeah those are the words we’re looking for. This is the book we've wanted to create since we started designing. We packed Designer Crochet with everything I wish I had when I was starting to make crochet garments way back in antiquity. Plus it has 32 patterns sized Small through 5X… 32 patterns!! With charts, tutorials, illustrations, and the FAB photography of Jason Mullett-Bowlsby, Designer Crochet is our DREAM project! And, now, we can share it with YOU! (happydancehappydancehappydance)
Read on for how y'all can join in!
Designer Crochet is available for pre-order RIGHT NOW! Although the book will not be shipped until around April 20th, everyone who pre-orders a copy is eligible to enter a drawing for a full pattern’s worth of yarn for free! Yes I said it, FREE YARN. Not just one, but TWO chances. Here’s the scoop:
Designer Crochet: 32 patterns to elevate your style will be available in bookstores this April. But don’t wait until then! Pre-order, your copy of Designer Crochet right now and send an email to Designer.Crochet@Yahoo.com with proof of purchase before April 1st . By sending the email with your proof of purchase, you will be entered into a lottery for 2 chances to win an entire project’s worth of yarn!
You can pre-order your copy of Designer Crochet today by clicking on this link:
Pre-order your copy of Designer Crochet: 32 patterns to elevate your style today!
(Pssst… that link goes to a site where the pre-order of Designer Crochet is on SALE!)
Yup… we will be sending 2 people enough yarn to create either the Beginner Cardi or the Lace Tank projects in your chosen size. That's a lot of FAB yarn!
Also, not only do you get a full garment’s worth of yarn, you will also receive the pattern for that garment before the book is released. YES! You get to be the first one to have that pattern!
Finally, each of the winners will receive a signed bookplate to put in your copy of Designer Crochet when it arrives.
1. Designer Crochet: 32 patterns to elevate your style is the NEW crochet book by Shibaguyz Designz with a LOT of FAB patterns, charts, and tutorials.
2. Pre-order Designer Crochet here: CLICK ME! (and it's on sale right now!)
3. Send in your proof of purchase to Designer.Crochet@Yahoo.com
4. Win a signed bookplate for your copy of Designer Crochet.
5. WIN an advance copy of one of the patterns in Designer Crochet.
6. Win FREE YARN to make one of the patterns in Designer Crochet.
(Admit it… all y'all saw was the "Win FREE YARN" part… hehehe…)
So hey… don’t wait until April to order your very own copy! NOTE: If you have already ordered your copy of Designer Crochet, be sure to email your proof of purchase to be entered into the drawing. It doesn't matter when you pre-ordered… as long as you do it BEFORE APRIL 1st!
And remember: You can pre-order your copy of Designer Crochet today by clicking on this link:
Pre-order your copy of Designer Crochet: 32 patterns to elevate your style today!
We'll have more fun info about Designer Crochet all during National Crochet Month including sneak peeks into some of the designs and the creation of this new book from Shibaguyz Designz.
This is no GAME! Don't let your spring be STARK because you were DRAGON and didn't start your crochet and knitting project early enough!
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(Here's some mood music to listen to while you read on. Peter Hollens is an AMAZING talent. Worth checking out.)
Introducing the first pattern in the Shibaguyz Designz Indie Maker pattern line.
Ever since we have started creating crochet and knit patterns, folks have been asking us:
"Can I sell the finished item from your patterns?"
Generally, the answer is pretty simple. Since most of our published patterns have been sold to other publishers, we don't own the rights to those patterns and it is up to the individual publisher. In most cases, publishers indicate that patterns printed in their publications or online sites are for personal use only and not for manufacture or production of the finished product.
Trying to think of something special to make for THAT guy? We have a few suggestions for you.
Technique Tuesday Moved For This Week Only
Fear not! We're only moving Technique Tuesday this one time this one week. We'll be back on Tuesday next week like usual and all will be right with the world.
As a consolation prize, here is a sneak peak of Designer Crochet (that new book of crochet patterns we have been editing) from our publisher's website. Our editor, Connie Santisteban, gives you a brief description of the crochet patterns in Designer Crochet and shares exclusive sneak peek photos AND there is a preorder link with a FAB preorder price for y'all. WOOHOO!! Click the link below to be whisked away to the Lark Publishing blog and see this FAB sneak peek and preorder link.
Sneak Peek of Designer Crochet by Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby of Shibaguyz Designz
Oh yeah… you can still get your Technique Tuesday fix by clicking on the Tutorials category over there in the right-hand column of our page. To make it even easier, here's a direct link:
Shibaguyz Designz Tutorials Category
Thanks for stopping by! See y'all back here on Thursday for Technique Tuesday… ummm… Technique Thursday? How about Temporary Technique Thursday?? Anyway… see you on Thursday. And enjoy the exclusive sneak peek of Designer Crochet!
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Women's Ribbed Edge Knit Vest knitting pattern by Shibaguyz Designz
It's been a while since we've released a new knitting pattern into the wild so we thought we'd send this little beauty along to y'all.
We love the striking looks and cozy feel of this vest and we designed it with YOU, the wearer, in mind.
Here are a few details about what went on in the making of this design and the pattern.
We originally designed this vest in Plymouth Yarn Grande Glow which has a subtle hint of Stelina in it… that means there's a little SPARKLE to it or, as the name implies, a little GLOW.
Also as the name implies, Plymouth Yarn Grande Glow is a GRANDE yarn… meaning it is a bulky weight yarn weighing in at a healthy CYCA 5.
And, yes, Plymouth Yarn Grande Glow is 97% Baby Alpaca. Folks… that means this yarn feels oh so soft next to your skin. Seriously… just get a case of it and dive into it. You're welcome.
The Top 10 Most Popular Pages on Shibaguyz Designz for The Week Of September 7-13, 2014
I wrote this post because of the overwhelming number of messages we receive that say something like:
"I would love to make (insert Shibaguyz Designz pattern name here) but I just wouldn't look good in (insert color in pattern photo here)."
"I would love to make (insert Shibaguyz Designz pattern name here) but I can't afford/can't find the yarn you made it in."
This post is our official Permission to go on with your own FAB creative self, pick a color or yarn you like, and CREATE!
How To Make The Double Treble Right Cross Crochet Cable for the Woven Cables Pattern Stitch
Double Treble Right Cross Cable (Dtr R Cross)
NOTE: This is the second in a series of Technique Tuesday tutorials for the Woven Cables block from our booklet Crochet Gives Back – 8 Free Afghan Blocks for Warm up America by Shibaguyz Designz.
(Info on how to download the free booklet at the end of this post.)
To catch up on last week's post for the Double Treble Left Cross Cable stitch used in the first part of this pattern, CLICK HERE.
The Double Treble Right Cross Cable is a crochet cable stitch worked over seven stitches.
How To Make the Double Treble Left Cross Crochet Cable for the Woven Crochet Cables Pattern Stitch
Double Treble Left Cross Cable (Dtr L Cross)
Here's a gratuitous beauty shot of the finished afghan block from the booklet.
OOOOOOO… pretty crochet cables!
We LOVE crochet cables and this block was so much fun to design. We have since worked out several variations on this woven stitch pattern that y'all will see in future designs… including one in our book in Spring 2015!
The Double Treble Left Cross Cable is a crochet cable stitch worked over seven stitches.
This week new from the studio is the Ribbed Waist Knit Top pattern. Y'all know we love a clean, elegant design and this cute t-top fits that bill perfectly.
I designed this piece with the thought of creating a garment that folks would reach for whenever they wanted something a little special to wear for work, running errands, or a weekend excursion… a true wardrobe staple that fits a variety of fashion functions.
Chic, classic, elegant… and REALLY cute too! We think this one has the whole package going on referring to our mantra of Fashion, Fit, Form, and Function.
Designing Menswear men will wear
Other than giving you your ear worm for the day (thank you, ZZ Top)… we're going to chat today about creating crochet and knit patterns for men. Specifically, the factors we take into consideration when we are putting together a mens garment.
You might recognize this design from the first life it lived in a UK magazine back in 2011. Since then, the publishing rights to the pattern have reverted to us, we've made some spiffy patterning changes, added a chart, sized the pattern for Small–5X, and now we're re-releasing this beauty into the wilds of the internet for you all to download and enjoy for yourselves!
The Filigree Leaf Tunic has been a favorite of ours for years. The easy fit and versatility of this tunic makes it a FAB piece for any body type and just about any occasion.
We've made versions of this design for clients who wore them as wedding dresses, holiday party cocktail dresses, and even beach cover-ups. However, the most popular use for this light and lacy piece is just as a comfortable top to throw over jeans and a tee or tank. Add a belt for a little flattering shaping and you're all set!
Worked from the top down, you can customize the length to meet your wardrobe desires. After making the two panels, you simply sew up the sides and top seams. Easy peasy!
Check out the gallery below then CLICK HERE to head on over to our shopping site and purchase your own digital copy today! Light and breezy for warmer temps or layered to keep off the chill… you'll look stunning and have TONS of bragging rights when you wear this piece and tell folks: Yup… I made this!
The Infinity Squared Throw is worked in the round in easy double crochet stitches using four luscious shades of red that start lighter in the center and change to darker shades as you work outward. Each round of double crochet stitches is alternated with a round of back post single crochet stitches in a deep chocolate tone to give depth to the finished throw.
Our Infinity Squared Throw is shown here in Plymouth Yarn, Galway Worsted 100% Pure Wool. Red tones not your cup of tea? You can easily customize your own version of the Infinity Squared Throw with any color palette you like. Just pick four shades for the gradient color changes and one shade of dark yarn as a back ground for the post stitches. The possibilities for stunning color combinations are endless!
This project is oh so easy but the results are a luxurious throw you will be proud to display in your home as a warm throw or as a piece of wall art.
Click HERE to go to the Shibaguyz Designz online pattern store to download your digital copy of the Infinity Squared Throw today!
Over the past few years, we used some of our FAB fav crochet stitches to create afghan blocks for the Warm Up America charity. Each of these blocks have gone viral at one time or another and most have been translated into different languages from all over the globe.
Now, in honor of International Crochet Month, we have created this digital booklet of our 8 most popular afghan blocks so you can have all 8 block patterns in one convenient digital download.
To download your copy, click on any of the photos on this page and you'll be whisked away to our shopping site where you will find our booklet "Crochet Give Back - 8 Free Afghan Blocks for Warm Up America" in the Free Stuff section. Click on the download link, and you can be stitching your own afghan blocks right away!
For more information on the important work of Warm Up America, visit their website at: http://www.warmupamerica.org Do your part and donate some blocks today!
And don't forget to join us for more FAB fun all March long as we continue to celebrate International Crochet Month 2014 with new patterns, giveaways, and general crochet mayhem. WOOHOO!!
Shannon and Jason
English Paper Piecing
International Crochet Month
National Craft Month
National Crochet Month
Season Of Giving Away
Shibaguyz Designz Indie Maker Pattern
Tools Of The Trade
Vogue Knitting LIVE
Warm Up America