Don’t miss the Summer Sock KAL with projects from Stories In Stitches 3! More About Heels and Toes So, what happens after you knit the heel? […]
The idea of slow knitting is what initially led me to this book. “It’s not what you think it is,” we’re told at the beginning of this chapter.
The first thing you will probably notice when you visit Vilnius yarn shops is how many of the yarns and brands you recognize.
If you’re not in the New Years Pi Shawl KAL yet, join in on my Ravelry group or Google+ community so you can listen to […]
Taking the photographs for a knitting book is as important as making the samples and doing the writing. For Stories In Stitches™ 2, we had […]
Here is a list of knitting books by authors other than me that can take you on an armchair tour of the world. Even if you don’t plant to knit lace in all of these styles, you will enjoy the history and stories about the knitters and their traditions. They’re not all in English, but they all include lots of photos and charts.
Finally, it was clear that… I wasn’t going to knit three projects from each knitting book I bought before buying another, but I was going to be learning a lot from each book.
I am taking the day off. I am sitting on the couch with the windows open drinking coffee and, basically, doing nothing but thinking. So […]
At the beginning. That’s where I am once again. At the beginning one requires field guides, without which one is wandering aimlessly, blind and ignorant. […]
My grandmother taught me how to knit before I learned how to read. I’ve read voraciously for my whole life, but I didn’t keep knitting as I grew up. Every year, it seemed, I learned a new craft and left the others behind. Knitting came first, followed by crochet, embroidery, needlepoint, weaving, beading, decoupage, and candle making.