Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

The Sisterhood of Yarn and the Grace of God

by Carri Hammett I have a girlfriend named Teddy who lives halfway around the world — in Japan. We’ve never met in person, but we’ve built our friendship around a common love for knitting, a belief in the healing power … Continue reading


A Postcard from England

My husband travels a lot for work. I do not. So, when he came home recently and said he had been asked to speak at Oxford University in England, I looked at him and said, “I’ve never been to Oxford.  … Continue reading


Magic Loop Magic

I have a confession: I really hate knitting with double-point needles. The problem is that I knit a lot of hats so I need a plan B, which in my case is using a circular needle for the whole process. … Continue reading


Cable Look-Alike

By Tabetha Hedrick I recently discovered a super-fun stitch that is perfect for any number of projects, especially pieces that need a good dose of firmness, texture, and depth. It is so unique, in fact, that I haven’t been able … Continue reading


Make It Merry & Mitered

  At this time of the year, I love making miniature “knitted quilts” with mitered squares. Used as a pot holder, it’s a quick project and makes a great gift. This blog post is meant to give you a “recipe” … Continue reading