A tight cast on is bad for your knitting, strangles your yarn and is hard on your hands. These 6 tips will help fix your long-tail cast on for good.
There is a difference between knowing how to knit and becoming a knitter. What is that difference and how can you become a knitter for life? Includes a free Knitting Skills Checklist you can download.
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Knitting Nuance shawl selected as top 10 finalist in Vogue Knitting’s worldwide mohair design contest.
Ever wanted to go on a knitting retreat? This was my first time and it was so much more than I thought.
Read about the resurgence of American wool, sustainable ranching and, of course, the fabulous classes.
Those of you who have been reading the blog for a while, know I moved up to Lake Tahoe last year. It is one of the most beautiful places on … Continue reading
A Potential New Obsession I took a class at my LYS last Saturday afternoon. Jimmy Beans Wool is in Reno just a 45 minute ride up and over the Mt. … Continue reading
Stephanie over at Space Cadet Yarns was kind enough to feature our new Granite Lake Shawl in her newsletter this week. You can find it here at: https://spacecadetyarn.com/2017/07/05/newsletter-getting-back-work/ I’ve been following … Continue reading
Imagine my surprise when I walked into Jimmy Beans Wool yesterday and found their huge warehouse almost empty. I’ve mentioned before how dangerous it is to live so close to one of … Continue reading
Spring 1995 Some events just don’t turn out as you imagine them. Like many new mothers, I looked forward to my first child’s first haircut as a milestone in her growth … Continue reading
Do you belong to The Knitting Guild Association (TKGA)? I do. I’ve been a member of TKGA for just over 2 years and only wish I had joined earlier. Here’s why… What is … Continue reading
I was thrilled to get this email this morning. My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m the Founder of Feedspot. I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Knitting … Continue reading
Do you belong to the Knitting Paradise forum? I do. Knitting Paradise is a forum for knitters who love all things knitting. If you’re looking for the latest in software … Continue reading
New to the blog? You’re not alone. 2015 was a big year with views, followers and email subscribers all quadrupling. That means we have lots of new readers. Many new … Continue reading
Look what came in the mail today. I ordered this tote from Snapfish when I had the mugs made, but it just got here now. It’s really cute and I … Continue reading