The designs we are knitting and admiring.
Sometimes it’s all about sophisticated calm; sometimes it’s time to uncork all the colors.
Starting a new project that will be a vivid reminder of a wonderful time.
All good things must come to an end—even giant knitted blankets.
What happens when you knit with a color you typically avoid?
An exhilarating lesson in not getting in your own way—just follow the pattern, and you’re entrelacking like a pro.
A sumptuous scarf reveals the power and glory of a good old-fashioned wet block.
March came in like a lion, and moved this project to a new section of the shade card.
When your new sweater will be with you long enough to become an old sweater, make sure it’s a color you love.
When dropping a stitch is the goal, not the problem. Getting started on a design that’s been twirling in my head for months now.
Banging out a sweater that is even quicker than the Daytripper Cardigan, and that is saying something.
A month of Temperature Project knitting: SUCH FUN.
How to turn an elegant accessory for humans into a simple, smashing dog coat.