The best of the best.
With great merriment, we introduce our collaboration with Thea Colman, just in time for knitting piles of jaunty accessories to give and to keep.
September’s satchel is stuffed with juicy books.
Scanning the shelves for the best in new and classic knitting books.
A knitting book so spare that it becomes the center of attention.
If you love to play with yarn, why not play with yarn any way you possibly can?
Two good titles delivered by an intrepid mail carrier.
May brings us Japanese knitting, decorating with pattern, and a truly terrible line about macramé.
Shetland, through the lens of its knitting and wool traditions, as seen by two writers who know it well.
A list that is short and sweet, and possibly includes CAKE.
A best friend gets a makeover, and emerges even better.
March came in like a literary lion, with a choice selection of new books.
How do you become a pom-pom ambassador? Vilasinee Bunnag, inventor of the Loome tool and author of a brand-new book on the subject, tells us how she got this gig.