Travel

Traveling the world to learn about knitting.

One Way Ticket

I’m doing a little writing class this month and writing to the prompts on top of paintings in my sketchbook. Here is today’s mini essay. My great grandparents came to the USA on one way tickets. Europe to America, never to return. Running from pogroms and Russification, they left Belarus, Lithuania, and Ukraine. Perhaps being […]

Subversive Knitting, Travel, Writing

A Change of Course

Every once in a while, I change course. Sometimes it’s in a big way. Sometimes it’s in a small way. This year is in between.  I’m changing a few things but I hope it will make a big impact. Don’t worry! I’ll still be releasing patterns and ebooks, teaching and holding retreats, and offering you deals […]

Knitting, Subversive Knitting, Travel

Personal or Professional?

If you’ve been following me for any time, you have probably noticed that I talk about both personal and professional ideas and activities on my blog and social media accounts. The newest part of my business is my Birth Your Knitting Book mentoring program, where I am helping newer designers build their businesses and get […]

Knitting, Travel, Writing

On the road again…

I’ve been staying home more than usual this year, but I have my spring teaching trip coming up soon. I find that getting away for a little while in the spring is a good transition out of winter for me. Sometimes I travel to teach at national events like Interweave’s Yarn Fest or Stitches, sometimes I teach at […]

Knitting, Travel

Joyousa Knitting 5

This week I am going to blog about knitting books that made me smile this year. The posts are coming in the order in which I found the books. Each is a mini-review with a list of what made me smile as I read the book. In the Footsteps of Sheep: Tales of a Journey through […]

Knitting, Travel, Writing
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