One person’s point of view.
A look at the yarns and swatches—so many swatches—that inspire my work.
It’s a simple question, and Melanie Falick and Jeanette Sloan help us think about what’s possible.
A peek into a designer’s world of familiar objects.
The intricate sweaters she made her first husband didn’t keep him from leaving her but instead, made her give up knitting for years. Then COVID-19 struck.
“Are the great principles of political freedom and of natural justice, embodied in that Declaration of Independence, extended to us?”
This is not about knitting. But it is about community, and coming together, and it may be the post that we most hope you will read.
Looking back to a rainy day 30 years ago.
The comfort and solace of making a rag rug.
We’ll meet again, don’t know where, don’t know when . . .
If I were a poet, I’d write an ode to this thing.
The secret life of things.
Thoughts on the project filling the hours of so many makers these days.