Two things happened this weekend that made me think of this: On Facebook, Gaye Glasspie aka GGmadeit, has a weekly knitting Q&A and she asked who […]
I’ve added my Belarusian Wrist Warmers pattern to my Ravelry store. The original came out in Piecework magazine in 2011. Somehow it seems appropriate […]
I’m in the process of revamping my knitting design business for about the third or fourth time. Unless you get a full-time job at a big yarn […]
Hi designers and knitters, I am in a bad mood because someone was really mean to me in the questions on one of my online […]
Some knitting traditions are famous around the world, while others, just as interesting and beautiful, are less celebrated outside of their local areas. Such is the case with knitting in Spain.
Combining crochet and knitting is not a new idea at all. The two crafts have been used together for centuries, and many knitting books published in United States during the first half 20th century also included crochet instructions.
With my research in Lithuania I have found many more examples of old mittens, gloves, and wristers than I have socks.