Works in progress: dispatches from the battlefield.
The easiest project in Field Guide No. 13: Master Class is the colorwork blanket—the easiest to get hooked on, that is.
When you finish a thing you’ve loved making, you want to pat it.
I guess you could say I’m kind of into knitting socks at the moment.
Your first pair of socks can teach you a lot.
A knitter gazes goofily into the eyes of her firstborn (sock).
This’ll be the last one for a while, she said [while winding yarn for another pair].
Choose the simple solution, and finish the sweater.
To a knitter with a set of handles, everything looks like a bag. Today: a li’l tutorial.
Knitting a sweater now sets you up for glory next fall, when you’re wishing you had a great new pullover to wear.
You can only tell when it’s complete.
KitchenAid or Loome Tool? One of many knitalong decisions awaits.
That thing when you finish a sweater and you wear it all the time.