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When I see all of the news about Craftsy, the classes my friends are teaching, the Twitter and Facebook posts, I’m both very happy for my friends whose classes are doing well, and very sad that I’m not in their ranks. Continue reading
If I happen to see you at Yarn Over and drag you into a corner and ask you to give me 15 words on what excites you, please play along – I’d appreciate it! Continue reading
Here’s a brief tutorial on mistressing* a satin stitch flower which can easily become a pansy (or a rose, or daisy, or some other flower!) Continue reading
A bit about the yarn acquisition portion of a commissioned hand knit/crocheted design – enjoy! Continue reading
Nothing special – nobody’s birthday, nothing very interesting happening, but it just seems like it will be a good, hard working day. My horoscope agrees! Virgo’s Horoscope (Aug 23 – Sep 22) by Rick Levine Friday, February 15, 2013 – … Continue reading
Submitting designs to a magazine is a time consuming process. Every designer is different, but for me most of the work is research; looking up current fashion trends, experimenting with stitch patterns to create fabric with the right drape, spending time looking at compelling images from nature, science, the arts – anything that can get my mind moving. Continue reading
I can’t say that I’ll do the retreat again – my own energy level was so poor that I felt guilty when I’d have to go lay down for a rest – but if I do, there’s no way I can do it without Kathleen and London! Continue reading
Most tech editors I work with are the unsung hero(ines) of any knitting publication, making patterns readable and usable by knitters and getting little more than grief and headaches for their hard work! Continue reading
So here’s the thing, you can WIN a one year subscription to Knit Edge (3 issues) which will be available for download just by leaving a comment and telling me WHAT you would most like to see in a knitting magazine that you’re not seeing now. Continue reading