You never know what’s going to catch our eye. A compendium of wonders.
The perfect pattern to take your helical stripe skills out for a spin.
Care of the innermost self. A few questions to ask, before your serenity is spirited away.
Handknitted capes are going to be a thing.
A friend wears the hat she was given inside out. What to do?
High-tech software and old-school swatching: how a sweater idea becomes a knitting pattern.
You can make a show of self-care, and why not? But you can also do it ninja-style, and be sneaky. (Pictured: Not a ninja.)
New books from two extraordinary designers.
Nobody does it like Jill Draper. Sets of twelve exquisite mini skeins in soft, hand-dyed merino.
Her designs start with pattern-making and fit, and it shows.
The shimmering possibilities of stranded colorwork in fine mohair yarn.
Our newest contributor takes on a big topic facing women of a certain age: how am I looking these days?
Our brand new, bulky baby: Brunswick, by Jill Draper Makes Stuff.