You never know what’s going to catch our eye. A compendium of wonders.
An interview with self-care coach Gracy Obuchowicz.
The sweater we all want to wear—bring your own yarn, use ours, whatever. Glorious stockinette for the days ahead.
Procrastination has its virtues: Melanie Falick, dodging a book deadline, unearths six glorious shawls and scarves.
A new chapter for the iconic British knitting brand, Rowan.
Joji Locatelli’s Granito pullover is an instant modern classic. The yarn she chose for it, Milo, is a beauty.
An unpredictable yarn can be just the thing—see how the wacky Easel Sweater is coming along.
Memories of India come to Beacon, New York.
Knitting Short Rows: Jennifer Dassau explains it all for you. And Jen Geigley plays with scale in Weekend.
It’s Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom out in the backyard: baby owls lurching, exotic yarns knitted.
Max Daniels is back with another installment of her series on self-care. Just can’t stand to be “unproductive?” Read this.
A beautiful new series of books, from an accomplished woman who never stops looking around.
We welcome Sonya Philip, a knitter, designer and stylish wearer of handmade clothing. She calls it “smock life.” We call it wonderful.