Springtime is upon us (thank goodness!) and that means it’s time to switch up our knitting techniques. We may start to knit more shawls, use thinner yarns, or even do some lace work! I know, I know, knitting lace can definitely be complex at times and may seem daunting to those who have never tried. But fear not, there are plenty of great resources, including a few of my own blog posts, to help you along the way.
Lace has been around for many many years, and like so many things in fashion, everything old is new again. There are some amazing books on traditional lace techniques.
Here are five of my favorite books that cover lace techniques, that I think you’ll appreciate:
As knitters, we often gift our own knitting masterpieces, but what do you gift to a fellow knitter? We are in the mist of the holiday season, and it’s time to think about what gifts we will be giving to our friends and family members who love to knit (and what gifts we will be secretly hoping we get!) Here are 10 phenomenal suggestions for loved ones that are passionate about knitting.
This is the book I’ve been waiting for, let’s face it, we have ALL been waiting for it. If you’ve ever had sore hands, elbows, shoulders hips, back . . . you might now know it, but you’ve been waiting for it too!
As knitters and as humans we have so much to learn about using our most powerful tool, our bodies, a bit more wisely. Now it’s your chance to win your own copy of Carson Demer’s amazing book in the
This is the book I’ve been waiting for. It was a couple of years ago that Carol Sulcoski first told me about her book idea. Knitting trivia, weird facts and general fascinating tidbits about knitting! Sign me up!
Last month at Vogue Knitting Live, I got to attend the book launch and get my own autographed copy . . . now it’s time for two lucky winners to get their own copy!