You never know what’s going to catch our eye. A compendium of wonders.
Searching and musing in Dean Cemetery to honor the woman who started a Victorian revolution in knitting.
It’s the knitting that makes us ditch work: cool yarn and a simple pattern from Cecelia Campochiaro. Special offer through Oct. 5!
She didn’t want to change the world. She just wanted to cook.
It looks like it’s lots of fun. We even give you a little lesson, right here.
Joji Locatelli’s new design can use any of the 22 shades of Atlas. See the 9 colors knitters are loving the most right now.
Joji alert! The luxury of Suri alpaca, merino, and silk, in a beanie that is cute and chic at the same time.
Joji’s layer of the airiest mohair and silk can be whatever you like: a vest, a wrap, a scarf.
A blissfully modular project to knit anywhere—and wear anywhere. Brand new from Joji Locatelli, in Field Guide No. 22: Grace.
Effortless, elevated, a joy to make: we welcome four designs by Joji Locatelli, one of the great designers.
… or On Dropping Out to Tune In.
A free-ranging, affectionate podcast conversation reunites Martha Stewart with founding art director Gael Towey and the magazine’s first editor-in-chief Isolde Motley.
We’ll drop everything to cook up a hat by Amy Christoffers, especially when it’s riffing on one of our favorite shawls.