Bombing the yarn.


Understanding alpaca fiber.

It’s not only the knitting that’s silly.

Gauge MATTERS! via

I was watching when she said this.

What kind of sweater knitter are you?

Aquaphobia: a sock pattern that pretty much eliminates pooling and flashing.

This shawl uses the same combination of stitches technique as this cowl to create a lovely drape.

We all know about knitted sheep. How about knitted bison?

Acupressure for hand pain.

Best hat in the history of hats. via

These fingerless gloves would coordinate with Stephen West’s Windchief.


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5 Responses to Bombing the yarn.

  1. Kat with a K says:

    The hat and that face are just the best! I love your links! Happy Monday, Kat!

  2. gayle says:

    I’m a wandering sweater knitter. I’m not surprised.
    And gauge really is important. My mother knit one sweater in her life – for her dad. It ended up fitting both Grandpa and Grandma at the same time, and Mom probably could have squeezed in, too, and still been able to button it…

  3. kathy b says:

    Im a procrastinator sweater knitter. ONly a few have fit well and been worn often. Top down raglans are the way for me to go…if and when

  4. Soxanne says:

    I am a “No swatch knitter” which is not surprising (I’ve frogged a couple of sweaters). That said, I LOVE the piece on gauge 😉

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