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 that's removed from the daily routine, from every reminder of what we should be doing—and slowly we relax, we bloom. We see and
Ann Budd is quite possibly the best (and only) person you'd want to teach you how to knit socks. She is the all-knowing guru.
I'm strangely smitten with Stina Tiselius' new collection of knitted potholder patterns.
Potholders, you say? I know, I know.
Potholders are right up there with washcloths in the pantheon of oft-mocked (yet passionately adored) handknits. I've never made one myself, and I don't dare use the one
In the world of teams, few are as prolific and popular as the dynamic Swedish/Norwegian duo of Arne Nerjordet and Carlos Zachrison. Their latest ode to whimsy and cheer is 30 Slippers to Knit and Felt. It's been a while since we looked at felt, which
Romi Hill is one of my favorite designers, especially for lace. She has a way of making yarn disappear into a cohesive sheet of etched beauty. Here, she has a brand new book from Interweave Press featuring 19 new garment and accessory designs. When we
It began as all great ideas do, as a spark of an inspiration, a loose thread that many people would let rest. But Debbie Zawinski is no ordinary person. A spinner for 25 years and a lifelong walker and knitter, Zawinski started tugging at that
Once you have a few socks under your belt and feel confident with the basics, you're ready to embark on more challenging projects—and that's where this book comes into the picture. Co-editors Ann Budd and Anne Merrow have scoured the Interweave archives and selected 19