Finished Object: The Wayworn Cap

I enjoyed every moment of knitting this hat. The Wayworn Cap by Meghan Huber is such an addictive knit, I forgot to take photos and write a WIP post! Every time I thought about it, I just had to work on it. I started this hat on my way back from Italy, and with only a […]

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Murmurs of a crochet resurgence are spreading, and a well-worn phrase, “skips a generation,” is bringing hope to a world that many assume is on a track to lost-art status. But young crocheters are popping up in unlikely places, such as the households of non-crafters. Mary West, 14, taught herself how to crochet when she […]

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Pattern of the Week: Cotswolds Sweater

“Lace is back!” said Tina Gill, our vivacious and talented stylist. She was reading a tag we use to identify the front and back of sweaters, but the phrase stuck with me. She read the tag to mean that lace is making a comeback, and I wholeheartedly agree. The Cotswolds Sweater by Laura Hulslander from […]

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I personally take in every Interweave submission, carrying the piles from the mail drop-off to my desk, cataloging, and showing each one of them to the editor. I see a lot of swatches. Sometimes, when a particularly exciting swatch comes through, I swivel around in my chair to half-shout at Laura, our project editor, to […]

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Wool Studio Vol. III features an exclusive line from the wonderfully talented designer Michele Wang. She handpicked exquisite yarns for 10 new projects, including 6 garments and 4 accessories. Each pattern promises a captivating knitting experience based on Michele’s signature design aesthetic—modern, alluring, refined, and exciting. She’s updated traditional cables, lace, and textures in wearable […]

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Imagine you’re out for coffee, traveling, or on your daily commute, happily knitting away on your current WIP. Suddenly, your fingers stop knitting and you’re overwhelmed with embarrassment and dread: you’ve reached a new portion of your pattern and don’t have the necessary notions to continue. If you’re like me, you spend a few minutes […]

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How to Make a Holiday Sweater (Quickly)

The only reason I’ve stalled on knitting a sweater is the time commitment, but that’s precisely why I find the holiday sweater so intriguing. It’s the perfect opportunity to use my crafting skills to make a fun outfit I’m happy to wear just once a year. The secret is to make a holiday sweater quickly. […]

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