So much to see! The world is large and wonderful.
Let’s go where the knitting is happy, the cinnamon rolls are the best anywhere, and the grocery stores stock yarn.
Last weekend, the knitters returned to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, and the world was set to rights for two days.
A beautiful, haunting short film introduces us to good people trying really, really hard.
Digging into Jeanette Sloan’s divine Dionne Shawl. With no stitch markers. A portrait in courage.
Somebody had to do it: a rigorous test of widely held theories about sock knitting.
It was rain pants, hiking boots, a stern test of mettle. Iceland, please forgive us.
Easing re-entry with a recipe.
A weekend in Alabama, thinking about what makes a job a good job.
So great to get out of town—hanging with the knitters of Common Cod, plus bonus Things We Saw.
Making yarn, creating a community—lots to hear from one of the most interesting voices in the knitting world.
A big weekend for knitters, with love and handknits flowing.
Peace, love, and handknits: a scrapbook of a bunch of very happy people. And one very special lamb.