“Everyone wants to change the world but…” Stitch by stitch: a brief history of knitting and activism. Wouldn’t your sides get cold? Stop her! Socks for fans of colorwork. Woolsley Crusher! Anyone need an octopus? Would you pay $30 for … Continue reading
Another pattern for an ophiophilist. “How would an astronaut knit? Zero-gravity knitting will require a whole different approach to yarn management. Get ready, it’s a long way to Mars, and you’re gunna need a project.” More from Interweave: knitting tattoos. Wear … Continue reading
A temperature blanket. Every dog needs a sweater. A BA thesis on the designs in lopapeysas. Four types of Norwegian sweaters (from site linked above). Floral embroidery. Dear universe… These fingerless gloves are lovely, but damn! my thumbs would get cold. … Continue reading
He’s helping. Aww… “…after the oil industry, the fashion industry is the second largest polluter of the environment.” via fringeassociation.com Happy Earth Day! A sweater for an ophiophilist.
Planning ahead. I almost want to make this for some little girl. Hats for the March for Science. More about the designer. She even has a free ebook of patterns. Can you knit? We creative types are needed now more than ever. The … Continue reading
So much truth. …or entire knitted sleeve. Tragedy. These are adorably fabulous (fabulously adorable?) My rocker holds stitch markers, crochet hooks, and occasionally the TV remote. Best knitting needle holder ever. Pleasure room. Her Royal Highness Knitasaurus Rex. Carl has … Continue reading
This video is adorbs, but what I really want is for someone to chart that rug border for fair isle. A clever way to generate a simple random stripe pattern. Amen. “Imagine a city where graffiti wasn’t illegal.” That dishcloth pattern … Continue reading
She calls it Beeswax Scarf, but I call it Tumbling Dice. The Marley Blanket, a stashbuster to end all stashbusters.
“Kuhn said that knitting has also been found to be relaxing, which might do double-duty: teaching math concepts while simultaneously easing math anxiety.” via knittyblog.com Knit a pie lattice for Pi Day! Another tag for your handknit gifts. The knit life … Continue reading
Perhaps we all need some of these tags. Another method for jogless stripes. Sheep! “The entire knitting community needs to hear this.” Justifiably proud. Animal oortrait mittens. The cat should be knit from this yarn.