We’re talking about yarn substitution all month long here on the blog, but I knew when I was planning out […]
One of the oft-repeated maxims of photography is that you need natural light. While that’s generally true, and I’ve written […]
I’m an incurable knitflixer and have been since almost I first started knitting. Before we even had a word for […]
I’ve been thinking a lot about test knitters lately. In particular, I’ve been puzzling over what makes for a good […]
I love working with pretty stitch markers, which feel like jewelry for my knitting projects. Here’s a roundup of my current favorites.
Here are links to find the Serenity Mitts on Payhip, Etsy, and Ravelry. Read more below to learn about the inspiration behind the shawl and all the details that will help you decide whether this pattern is a good fit for your knitting needs.
This winter, to chase away the blues, I’m hosting a knit-along and sharing a free hat pattern in celebration.
Recently, I found a little hole in the end of one of my mittens. A moth had gotten to it at some point in the last 8 years.
Michelle Obama’s been out on her book tour lately, and she said something that really struck me: she still struggles with imposter syndrome.
I don’t pretend to be some sort of tastemaker here on Ye Olde Internets, but I do spend an awful lot of time here and see a lot of neat stuff. I thought it would be nice to use my Friday posts to highlight groups of cool things I see online, whether they’re patterns, notions, knitflixing material, good audiobooks, or other things I think my knitter friends might enjoy.
This week: six recently-released mitten patterns I’m drooling over!