Oops! Knitting on Coke can. Looking for a lost peacock. Rainbow. It’s easier without the needles.
Mermaid scale stitch markers. “If Tumblr has taught me anything…” Mr. Llama in knit hats.
Quick and easy charity knit or crochet project. Perfection is overrated; advice from a designer. A portal to the nether regions. Droppin’ the f-bombs. Interesting sock toe shaping. That sock toe designer is veerrryyy clever! Ashamed? Never! A slightly different … Continue reading
Knit without injuring yourself! The perfect Aran. How to knit the long-tail cast-on. Our eyes are still closed. OMG, the Israelis — but not their government — did something good for Arabs. How to knit the perfect edge. Other perfect … Continue reading
Welcome to 1984, when Native Americana was fashionable. Another one. Nice rings. Sorry about the rest of the sweater. Computer-generated knitting patterns. Here is an Atlantic article about the project. On Twitter. Thanks, gayle! No shade zone. I love this story! Plenty … Continue reading
Excellent question. Offered without comment. A knitterly, sheepy cake. The silliness, it burns like fire. Oh, hell yeah. Uh-oh. Oh, yeah, I’ve been there. This is magnificent. These socks are impressive, but these take the prize. Reversible socks. Tarmac Tuesday: … Continue reading
Best knitting bag slogan evah. Really Very Important Advice For Knitters. Ever wondered where acrylic yarn comes from? A fun blanket… if you don’t mind seaming together a gazillion pieces. “Help me, Obi-Wan. You’re my only hope.” Feebs.
Pun. Color pooling in crochet. Ron Weasley blanket/
Color, anyone? Of course you could knit this in time for Easter. Embroidery. More embroidery. (That second link hit my sweet spot because I owned (and adored!) this book back in the 70s.) A Photographic Series of Miniature Faux Fur … Continue reading
Land cloud. Human penguin. Guilt project… finished. Sad truthSad truth. Included here purely for the name. 5 tips to using DPNs. Why we should love hairless cats. I still have ambitions to knit this cowl, although I might make it … Continue reading