Another year of teaching, traveling, knitting and laughing has come to an end. I am so grateful that my job is to travel all over the country meeting and teaching (and being taught by) the most amazing knitters around.
This year saw travel to 22 cities, teaching hundreds of students live, thousands online, and 28 private students (live and streaming on the web). There were ups and downs, bad travel connections, lost luggage , and through it all, you were there.
Year in Review – Knitting Events 2016Read More»
It’s bitter cold here in New York, and it’s hard to believe a week and a half ago I was sailing the Caribbean with Melissa Leapman, Laura Nelkin and ship full of amazing knitters! It was also the sneak peek of my next Knit-along top, Tortola!
That’s right it was
Nautical Knitting Cruise 2016!Read More»
Sip Sip Knit: A “Flight” of Learning
SAVE THE DATE:
June 2-4, Valley Forge, PA
They’re BAAACK! It’s the 2nd Annual Sip Sip Knit Retreat
Join Melissa Leapman, Patty Lyons, Brooke Nico and Carol Sulcoski for 2 days of learning + an evening of wine, knitting and laughter.Read More»
It’s happens to all of us, our holiday knitting kinds sneaks up on us. In case you need a little help, I’m offering a 25% off coupon for all my accessories, including my brand new Box and Beam Wrist Warmers and I-Beam Hat.
Help is here for your
Last Minute Holiday KnittingRead More»
Last month we talked about how good finishing can make a project, and I promised you more posts focused on the all important topic of weaving in ends.
I’ve written several Tuesday Tips on seaming. We’ve looked as seaming garter stitch, shoulders, and even tackled the dreaded topic of selvedge edge and mattress stitch. No matter how wonderful your seaming, if your ends are not woven in well, your piece will look homemade. So the question is: how do you weave in ends? Last month I wrote about “skimming”, but what about that tail? Today we look at