Summer Bucket List of Must Knits - Tributary Yarns & This Knitted Life
Don't miss out on my carefully curated list of must-see knitting designs for summer. Tees, shawls, and pullovers!
Sloper: Basic pattern for a sleeveless sweater - Fringe Association
The pattern: Sloper by Karen Templer (free pattern) The knitalong schedule: Start now or whenever. Knit at your own pace! The hashtag: #sloperKAL Ok, today’s the day a bunch of you have been waiting for — the day I tell you how to knit my little sleeveless turtleneck sweater — but this is unlike the patterns you’re accustomed to. More […]
Guest post: Oh, the places we’ll knit! How to plan for your next knitted adventure
by Susanne Ouellet What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word ‘knitting’, followed by ‘travel’? Maybe you think of your expensive knitting needles getting confiscated b…
Modification Monday: Campy Camp-Out Mitts - Knitted Bliss
Cabled Bolero by Norah Gaughan published in Vogue Knitting. Pattern available on ravelry for $6.00. This example is by klun on ravelry. She altered the pattern A LOT and put her notes up. Lovely.
Swatch of the Month: The politics of knitting - Fringe Association
BY JESS SCHREIBSTEIN | The day after the 2017 presidential inauguration, as I joined many of you in the streets in protest, it struck me: I was maybe one of the few knitters at the Women’s March on Washington who hadn’t knitted a Pussyhat. As a long-time knitter, it was both a little startling and thrilling […]
Modification Monday: Legwarmers - Knitted Bliss
Original Pattern: Garden Dream Mittens Knitter Extraordinaire: Victoria (Ravelry ID) Mods: Using the chart from the mitten design, Victoria made super warm stranded legwarmers. More images can be found on her project page, here. What Makes This Awesome: How amazing are these legwarmers?! Victoria has done an amazing job, alternating the mittens charts (the flowers and…
Make Your Own Basics: The fisherman sweater - Fringe Association
If you know me at all, you know that A) I believe no closet is complete without a good ol’ ivory fisherman cable sweater, or “aran sweater,” and that B) I’ll take any opportunity to blog about my favorite fisherman sweater patterns, even if it means repeating myself somewhat. So obviously, sooner or later, the […]
Tips: How to keep track of complicated patterns?
Over the past two weeks or so I made a good progress on Chan’s Little Wave cardigan. It’s nice to knit with worsted weight yarn for a change, things progress much more quickly! I manage…
How to Absolutely Kill It on Pinterest-A Guide for Knitters and Crafters (Part 1) - Tributary Yarns & This Knitted Life
A year ago, I had something like 300 followers on Pinterest. Maybe. Today I have about 35,000. No that was not a typo. I didn’t add an extra zero. I have 35,000 followers on Pinterest. Here’s the thing. It was pretty easy and hardly took any time. It’s been essential to growing this fledgling business […]
Knitting hats or beanies is probably most knitters’ favourite thing. Depending on the pattern, it can be a no-brainier or pose some challenge, allowing to learn some new technique, stitch pat…