I've long been a fan of folk art. I have plenty of this type of art in my house, and I love it. Lucinda Guy's book, First Frost , is full of Nordic folk art-inspired knitting projects, and I'm excited to bring folk art to my knitting. Tanis Gray, our gadget expert on Knitting Daily TV , recently...
Dec 30, 2014
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Do you love knitting mittens? Or are you interested in learning how? Knitting mittens is a little like knitting socks - with less worry about fit. Today we're super excited because it's launch month for the new season of Knitting Daily TV and we're celebrating with a free mitten pattern and...
Colorwork patterns--such as the gorgeous Poetry Mittens we put into the online store on Wednesday (see below)--are some of the most beautiful knitting on the planet. But they can also seem quite daunting, since they involve working with more than one yarn at a time. But learning to work with two or more...
Jan 16, 2009
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I've been promising photos of my version of the Leaf and Nupp Shawl , a pattern out of Interweave's new lace knitting book, Knitted Lace of Estonia by Nancy Bush. (Want more info about this nifty book? Go here !) So: Photos! I'm more than half-done with the center section; the four-sided...