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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Is there such a thing as baby season? If so, it seems like we're smack dab in the middle of it! Or maybe it's just knitting-for-baby season. Whatever the case, I've got a couple of baby knitting patterns on the needles, and I need to cast on more. Luckily, baby knits are small and quickly...
A couple of weeks ago I introduced the book Knits of Tomorrow by Sue Culligan, which is one of my favorite new books. It's full of projects that evoke tech from the "olden-days" and space-themed knits of the future. I love it! There's something for everyone in Knits of Tomorrow , whether...
There is something so special about knitting for a baby (and then seeing your knitted item actually on the baby). So cute! I love looking through baby patterns and seeing the adorable babies modeling knitted sweaters and snuggling with knitted toys and napping in knitted blankets. Since I don't have...
Jul 24, 2009
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