Works in progress: dispatches from the battlefield.
Today: a quick, brilliant video tutorial. You do not have to use double-pointed needles, unless you’re just really into that whole kind of thing.
When a designer messes with her own pattern . . .
A trip to the Whitney results in elaborate sweater scheming.
Living your best life includes taking photos of yourself wearing the sweater you just finished.
Taking an intriguing criss-cross stitch pattern out for a spin.
A copycat modification of a favorite sequence knitting project.
The moment of destiny: with two days to spare, a Shakerag Top crosses the finish line.
The perfect summer accessory gets a pattern correction.
It’s just the most elegant thing ever: a fine finish for a simple project.
A timely reminder of the Principle of Project Fidelity, in which more knitting equals faster knitting.
Finishing up Melanie Berg’s exuberant shawl, a favorite from MDK March Mayhem.
A highly realistic plan for a summer top in linen and cashmere. What could possibly go wrong?