You never know what’s going to catch our eye. A compendium of wonders.
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.
Two books, two new projects cast on: an occupational hazard of reviewing good knitting books.
Diving in with enthusiasm can lead to interesting things.
Our resident agony aunt teaches a Sensitive Soul how to take a compliment.
Despite what diet culture would have us believe, we’re allowed to eat. Anything, and often.
Feeling oochy in the elbow? Check out a fascinating book about how knitters can get comfortable.
Anna Maltz’s latest book teaches and explores a simple, genius technique. It’s a breath of fresh air.
Sometimes you just need a sweater to wear with that skirt. We welcome the dazzling Kate Davies to MDK as she tells the tale.
Adjust expectations and enjoy making things in your own time.
Our spinner-in-residence teaches the difference between two styles of putting twist into yarn.
A quick post today that points you toward beautiful views from the sky. That can be knitted. Just sayin.
An iconic granddad cardigan pattern meets its yarn match.