So much to see! The world is large and wonderful.
Digging into Jeanette Sloan’s divine Dionne Shawl. With no stitch markers. A portrait in courage.
Somebody had to do it: a rigorous test of widely held theories about sock knitting.
It was rain pants, hiking boots, a stern test of mettle. Iceland, please forgive us.
Easing re-entry with a recipe.
A weekend in Alabama, thinking about what makes a job a good job.
So great to get out of town—hanging with the knitters of Common Cod, plus bonus Things We Saw.
Making yarn, creating a community—lots to hear from one of the most interesting voices in the knitting world.
A big weekend for knitters, with love and handknits flowing.
Peace, love, and handknits: a scrapbook of a bunch of very happy people. And one very special lamb.
We wondered: how would 100 knitters from 32 states—plus genuine Canadians—react to a weekend in Sewanee, Tennessee?
With joy in her heart and yarn in her suitcase, our correspondent returns from attending fiber festivals on two continents.
Yes, Carbeth is a real place, and it has a community of huts. A fascinating short video.