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Celebrate Handmade with Maxcine DeGouttes

This year we journey together to explore our knitting roots and learn more about knitters and designers of many different backgrounds. As part of this project, I’ve created a series of guest posts to introduce you to designers who are women of color. In this post, the fifth post in the series, we meet Maxcine DeGouttes and learn about the  Kings County.. read more →

Knitting: hobby or economic imperative?

In the Our Knitting Roots Book Club, we are reading about Orenburg Lace knitters. The topic reminded me of this article that I wrote in 2006, when my book Arctic Lace first came out. So many of the knitting traditions we celebrate today were created to enable women to make money. Knitting Softens the Impact.. read more →

Orenburg Wrap pattern

Learn about Russia and knit this Orenburg in Oregon wrap with me this month in Our Knitting Roots book club. It’s a quick and fun skill-building project. This wrap is my introduction to Orenburg lace from Russia. The techniques used are a combination of a traditional Orenburg lace border with an updated center motif designed by.. read more →

Celebrating Heritage with Melina Gingras

This year we journey together to explore our knitting roots and learn more about knitters and designers of many different backgrounds. As part of this project, I’ve created a series of guest posts to introduce you to designers who are women of color. In this post, the fifth post in the series, we meet Melina Gingras from OMG Yarns who says, “The.. read more →

Start your own Yarn Biz with Lori at L Knits

This year we journey together to explore our knitting roots and learn more about knitters and designers of many different backgrounds. As part of this project, I’ve created a series of guest posts to introduce you to designers who are women of color. In this post, the fourth post in the series, we meet Lori from L Knits, who tells us.. read more →

Printable PDF Protest Posters

Here is a PDF of some protest posters you can print out and hang up around town on bulletin boards, telephone poles, and so forth. read more →

My New Resistance Comic

How to Smash the Patriarchy: A Guide for Fat Old Ladies and Their Friends I’ve started a new resistance comic about my activism, craftivism, and knitting as a political act. It’s going to be in a Facebook photo album but it’s public and anyone can view it. read more →

Becoming a “Real Knitter” with Monica Rodriguez of Knit’s All Folks

This year as we journey together to explore our knitting roots and learn more about knitters and knitting from around the world, As part of this project, I’ve created a series of guest posts to introduce you to designers who are women of color. This is the third post in the series, where we meet Latina designer Monica.. read more →

Open the Door to Possibilities with Tian of KnitDesigns

This year as we journey together to explore our knitting roots and learn more about knitters and knitting from around the world, I’m starting a series of guest posts to introduce you to designers from different places and cultures. When I select models for my books and patterns, I do my best to have people of all.. read more →

Discovering Knitting Heritage with Francoise Danoy

This year as we journey together to explore our knitting roots and learn more about knitters and knitting from around the world, I’m starting a series of guest posts to introduce you to designers from different places and cultures. Knitting from the United Kingdom and Northern Europe tends to get a lot of press, and so do designers.. read more →

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