The 19th annual Knit-in s for a fun day knitting and crocheting mittens, gloves, hats and scarves for Philadelphia’s homeless population.
Or…you do that knit-fu that you do so well. After several attempts to learn to knit, I finally found a way that worked for me. Way back when, while attending one of my fiber group meetups, a woman looked at the way I was holding my needles and I announced that “I was knitting wrong.” […]
The Bee doesn’t always ask for knitthings but mentioned that she wished for an alternative to the cardboard holders for take out coffee cups. Part of me worried that a coffee cozy would be too slippery or that it would not helpful and burn the user but wonders of wonders…we searched Ravelry and found a […]
I like the alliteration of WIP Wednesday.
I’ve been knitting for about seven years and have amassed my share of books. I am excited to add The Knitter’s Dictionary: Knitting Know-How from A to Z from Interweave to my shelves. As a person who transitioned to knitting from crochet, I have always felt that there was something missing in my knitting education […]