A Knitter’s Weekend
Quick hops to interesting cities, with a side of knitting.
A weekend could never be enough, but it’s a good start.
It’s good to be a knitter here. A local’s guide to this coastal city.
A little city full of delights for makers, readers and pie eaters.
This morning, noon and night of places to explore in Reykjavík could last you for a weekend or more.
Experiencing the tweedy, coastal delights of Donegal will take more than a weekend.
Women with special powers are known all over the world. But only one place—Salem, Massachusetts—is proud to call itself Witch City.
A knitterly, sheepy tour, guided by a leading New Havenologist.
Nothing like a photo odyssey with eagle-eyed photographer Gale Zucker.
Take a spin around this Norwegian city of surprises with our textile-mad guide, Dianna Walla.
Our newest contributor, Dianna Walla, takes us to her favorite spots in this charming Norwegian town.
Susan Cropper, proprietor of Loop, leads us on a fiber-lover’s tour of London. Tea and cakes included.
The waterfront village of Port Jefferson, New York is closer to alpaca and llamas than you thought.