To knit or not to knit, that was the question.

 Well, it's never been my question! Read on for Linda's inner struggle ~ and the struggle is real!Cindy was back after a summer hiatus. She's knitting The Simple and Easy Hat for the Whole Family, for her grandson. Yarn: Anzula For Better or Worsted (Worsted: 80% Merino, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon, 200 yards).Nan knit up the most adorable Aran Cable Baby Bunting! Cornelia brought her sweater in to ... Read the Post

Is it OCD to Rip Out Mistakes?

Mary is taking the Eshana Crocheted Wrap Class at Westport Yarns. She was losing stitches progressively as she crocheted. I had her start the wrap over and during class we would rip out the first effort. Then, to remedy the situation, I taught her to put a locking stitch marker in the turning chain of each row. That way she is always sure she has found the correct end stitch. She's also going to ... Read the Post

Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

On Tuesday..Jane added more random stripes in her Easy Folded Poncho, knit with Juniper Moon Farm Zooey (DK: 60% Cotton, 40% Linen / Flax, 284 yards).She finished her Lux Adorna Knits scarf (DK: 100% Cashmere, 140 yards). The final, blocked measurement was 110" long!Eileen wanted to review the pattern for the Lang #36 Coat, knit with a loopy yarn.  She's cruising along on her Dentado Scarf in ... Read the Post