I’ve just returned from the American Sheep Industry Association’s annual conference, which took place in Denver, Colorado. Knitters don't go to the ASI—at least
I've always dreamed of seeing London in December. When I heard news that Pompom was having a Christmas party and pop-up indie yarn market
The 2015 Knitter's Review Retreat
November 12-15, 2015
A funny thing happens when you bring knitters together. Create a space—a comfortable, safe, and welcoming place
If the yarn world were football, the New York Sheep and Wool Festival would be homecoming. The event, begun in 1980, is lovingly referred to by
Until just four years ago, western Canada had no major annual knitting gathering of its own.
All that changed when two friends, Amanda Milne and
New York Sheep and Wool Festival
October 17-18, 2015
If the yarn world were football, the New York Sheep and Wool Festival would be homecoming. The event,
The National NeedleArts Association's semiannual trade show took place in Columbus earlier this month. It's where knitting industry players come to network, to learn,
It seemed so far-fetched, flying all the way to Scotland for just four days. But something was happening in Edinburgh, something that had all the
Twice a year, knitting industry folks get together to network, take classes, and do business at a show called TNNA. They bring the latest and
Last weekend at the Howard County Fairgrounds, tens of thousands of people converged for the 39th annual Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.
Report from Maryland
If festivals were friends, the New York Sheep and Wool Festival in Rhinebeck, New York, would be among my oldest and dearest.
The more years
About 6,000 people—roughly the population of Harvard, Massachusetts—knitters all, attended this year's Sock Summit. It took place at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland,
The year was 2003. My high-school buddy Theresa flew from California to Maine and we road-tripped it down the coast to witness this legendary festival