The designs we are knitting and admiring.
Imitation is the sincerest way to pick a stitch pattern.
A stack of handknit goodness, just like that.
In which we arrive at the exciting finishing portion of a gloriously colorful project.
A way to play: simple rules that let you knit freely with 10 colors.
The easiest project in Field Guide No. 13: Master Class is the colorwork blanket—the easiest to get hooked on, that is.
The perfect handknit for a tight deadline or a short attention span.
Jumping into a knitalong with both feet, and also head and hands.
The glorious finish of a sweet knitting ride. Bring on the next one!
It never gets old, that delicious moment when we realize we really are done.
When you’ve got the can’t-get-it-done blues, this is the ticket.
In which Kay has to knit something to get an idea out of her head. Plus: a fantastic row-counting tip from Lucy Neatby. Also: prize opportunity!
Knitting is not a race. But sometimes it’s fun to go for it. Plus: a solid-gold knitting needle tip.