Take an online course with me as your teacher. If you have taken my Craftsy.com sock classes, you know that I take my time with students and answers all your questions online. No question is too small or dumb. Now take a class with me to learn how to publish your book. With my 14 […]
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 three different locations. The Anna Marie Jensen shawls and doilies were shot in Colorado by Ava’s husband, Rich. The cardigan and pi shawl featuring Dorothy Reade’s motifs were shot in […]
This ground-breaking app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch brings together a wide range of designs by Donna Druchunas based on her travels and historical research. These favorite patterns are pulled from her published books with some previously only available in paper form, as well as some original patterns never-before-released. The patterns are inspired by her travels around the globe investigating local knitting techniques and researching the history of knitting.
I adapted the instructions from an 1846 knitting book published in London.
This is the month of finishing my Lithuanian knitting book! I’ve made a list of what needs to be done and hired a professional nagger to help me break it into doable daily chunks. It’s so close, I can taste it. And I’m not doing anything else until it’s finished.
Back in 2004 while researching the book Arctic Lace Knitting we kept a small day to day blog of what we were doing each day. Take a look back in time in the behind the scenes post that we just put up on this blog. The blog was moved from our personal website to this […]
The Netherlands Pullover with Single Motif never designed your own sweater or knitted in the round. For the ultimate in simplicity, skip the motif and knit this sweater in plain stockinette stitch using a gorgeous multicolored or textured yarn.