This is the second in a series of posts detailing my first journey into sock knitting. You can find the first one, here. I am making the Thames Path Socks by Lisa Jacobs. You can find this pattern in Love of Knitting Fall 2017. With the cuff re-knit, I took my first tentative steps toward […]

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Love of Knitting loves summer—it’s perfect for knitted accessories and garments made from light cotton and linen yarns. We are thrilled to see so much support and love for our patterns and have created a list of your favorites from Love of Knitting Summer 2017 on Ravelry to kickstart your summer knitting. 5. Dakini Sweater […]

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I can’t wait to have a pair of soft, functional, handknitted socks. The problem? That would be me. But I’m once again making steady progress after frogging and starting again on smaller needles. The Thames Path Knitted Socks by Lisa Jacobs caught my eye the moment they came in, but it was at the Love […]

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POW: Puck’s Tunic

What linen lace have we swaggering here? A tunic fit for wise and clever sorts Line of lace that follow the fireflies’ flight An airy tee designed for impish times. Puck’s Tunic by Susanna IC combines an unfitted silhouette with a geometric lace pattern down the front and back. You’ll find that the knitting goes […]

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Every time I go on a Ravelry adding binge, I follow up with some inevitable weeding. Then, because my library looks so nice and clean, I like to search through back issues of magazines I love. And through my research in past Interweave Knits issues, I found the Phyllotaxis Hat by Marie Godsey. The open […]

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Wool Studio Volume II is going to be a treat for everyone. Its simply striking aesthetic and gorgeous photography will draw in even non-knitters. But the real treat will be for those who get to make these projects. Each one will keep you feeling unbelievably cozy while appearing effortlessly stylish. The designers are handpicked by […]

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Yarn Leftovers: Make a Swatch Bowl

Your crafting inspiration-driver is back! I have come up with yet another idea for all those swatches sitting around the house—make bowls! You can make a new swatch or use one that’s lying around. This process works with both knit and crocheted swatches! And it is a great kid-friendly activity (it’s non-toxic and easy to […]

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10 Ways to be a More Prolific Knitter

Tired of being stuck in Area 51 with all those UFOs (unfinished objects)? Ready to move past your PHDs (projects half-done)? I have compiled a list of tips that will take you, struggling knitter, from drowning in unfinished projects to being an organized knitting machine. And the best part is that you can do it all without […]

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If you’re new to the world of podcasts, there’s a chance you haven’t yet heard about a unique, thrilling, and game-changing bit of pod called “S-Town.” I was hooked after I heard the first teaser and have been talking peoples’ ears off since I started listening. S-Town tells the story of John B. McLemore and […]

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