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Teach a man to fish

Or in our case, knit. Teaching online continues to be a journey of innovation. At last night's Stitch and Chat™, Amy said she needed help in joining a new color, and normally that would be when she would pass her knitting to me. I told her to "go ahead and see how that works out for you". Whereas in person I can take someone's knitting in hand and show them or fix something, now I have to ... Read the Post

What follows is Stitch and Chat™ in review: a recap of what we're knitting, reading, watching, and random snippets of our conversation. Stitch and Chat™ meets every Tuesday at three times and is open to every skill level from beginner to intermediate. For more information on how to join, email me at pam@pamgrushkin.com.

Crossing the Delaware

What follows is Stitch and Chat™ in review: a recap of what we're knitting, reading, watching, and random snippets of our conversation. Stitch and Chat™ meets every Tuesday at three times and is open to every skill level from beginner to intermediate. For more information on how to join, click here or email me at pam@pamgrushkin.com. From the 9:00 am group.... The pattern is free with ... Read the Post

Moral of the story.

Jane made up for her lack of knitting last week and progressed to the gorgeous salmon contrast color of her 3 Color Cashmere Cowl in Lux Adorna (Sport: 100% Cashmere, 230 yards).Allison modeled Jane's finished Lucy Cowl knit with Lux Adorna Fun Size Bundles DK (DK: 100% Cashmere, 200 yards). Jane's lucky that Allison relinquished the cowl! It was questionable for a minute there.Cornelia is about ... Read the Post