Trying to improve knitting speed doesn’t equal more completed projects. Even the speediest knitters will tell you that if you never knit, you will never make progress on your knitting. The true key to producing more knitting faster is simply knitting more.
Welcome to the very first interview in Dye One, Purl Two! When I was coming up with this series, the first person who came to mind to interview was Stephanie, an indie dyer from Space Cadet Yarn. I’ve been a longtime fan of her newsletter and yarns and knew I had to share her genius with you.
I recently went to a handmade “garage sale” of sorts, where the makers of a local handmade shop in Roxbury were selling old supplies and books. I saw three large skeins of labeled purple yarn and had to snatch it up!
Sweater knitting can be a very fickle thing. Even when you do everything perfectly, per-say- you get gauge, knit a giant swatch, get a perfect pattern- you still might end up with a sweater in both the size for and fashion for, well, an elephant. Or a mouse.
Friday has finally arrived and I’m excited to share my very first Friday’s Faves with you! Tons of awesome patterns have been released this week, and I found some beautiful yarns to share with you.
Knitting is two-faced. While yes, it is technically two-faced- with one face usually being uglier than the other unless you perform a magic called a “reversible stitch pattern”, it’s also two-faced in the way it can both entirely take over your life, heal you, and make you feel considerably warmer while simultaneously boring people who have never tried it.