Interweave Knits Winter 2019: The Science Issue

Dear Reader, “We are made of star-stuff.” The words of Carl Sagan from his book Cosmos have echoed through time and space for the last 38 years,…

The Glamp Shawl: Is It a Blanket Scarf?

I’ve been traveling a lot this fall, and the fashion trend I’ve noticed in airports and around town on brisk days is the blanket scarf. Recently, I…

More Than 100 Reasons to Master Wire Weaving with Sarah Thompson

When an author writes more than one book, you might wonder whether or not you really need all their books. If you’re a book lover like me…

More Than 100 Reasons to Master Peyote and Herringbone Stitch

Did you know that peyote stitch and herringbone stitch are the two most popular stitches in beading today? They are! It’s with that knowledge that authors Melinda…

Recovering From a Food Coma? 5 Crochet Afghan Patterns to Cuddle Up With!

You’ve spent the whole day cooking and the last part of the day eating, and all you want to do to recover from that food coma is…

A Brief History of an 18th-Century Woven Cloth: Cassimere

Sarah Wroot’s working title for her Spin Off Winter 2019 article started as “The Cassimere Project” but became “The Cassimere Insanity.” Inspired by a cloth sample in…

Victorian Tatting the Weldon’s Way: Round Loop Edging

Weldon’s Practical Needlework houses a wealth of information on Victorian tatting. Here’s our 16th installment in this series from Weldon’s Practical Needlework, Volume 4. The following are instructions…