One person’s point of view.
Finishing a sweater as an analogy for finishing a book.
When you find yourself tripped up by the basics.
Making and wearing that make you feel good.
On the handmade wardrobe as self-love.
On bringing a small bit of order to the chaos.
Many hands make light work.
Knitting can bring forth wonders.
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?”