Kate has shared her expertise with museums and heritage organizations and contributed to BBC radio programs on topics such as the landscape of British knitting and the history of socks. Her website is archived by the British Library as part of its project to preserve national documentary heritage.
Kate’s forthcoming memoir, Handywoman (Spring 2018), explores her experiences of brain injury, creativity, and practices of making. Look for it this spring!
Contributions From Kate Davies
Celebrate fresh, new talent with this colorful collection of 15 designs for mitts, mittens, and gloves. Curated by Jeanette Sloan and Kate Davies, these patterns showcase designers from all over the world—you’ll find tons of texture and color and witty ideas to make.Read More about Warm Hands
Bang Out a Carbeth: When Buttons Bite Back
A new cardigan with a backstory.Read More about Bang Out a Carbeth: When Buttons Bite Back
Carbeth: When Things Work Out Just Right
Sometimes you just need a sweater to wear with that skirt. We welcome the dazzling Kate Davies to MDK as she tells the tale.Read More about Carbeth: When Things Work Out Just Right