I first heard about the Exmoor Blueface sheep from John Arbon back in 2010 when I was in London for Knit Nation.
Any time I see cashmere with an unusual twist, I get excited. This fine, short-stapled fiber is all about delicate tenderness
Blocking is one of those intensely personal things, like swatching and even knitting itself. Some of us have a laissez-faire,
Are you new to socks? Did you finish the How To Knit Socks tutorial and are you ready for your
What on earth could a kitchen scale have to do with knitting? A lot more than you may think. Take a
What makes a yarn split? I get asked this question a lot, and the answer is complicated. At a very
My house is full of knitting needles, yet I never seem to find the exact size and configuration I need.
Until just four years ago, western Canada had no major annual knitting gathering of its own. All that changed when two
Once you have a few socks under your belt and feel confident with the basics,
In 2013, I embarked upon a project called The Great White Bale. Over the course
It began with a simple idea: By repeating a certain sequence of knit and purl
The gap between what we see and what we knit can be vast. To capture