It’s been a month (almost), and I have lots of making news, including another Amy jumpsuit hack, an upcycled Anthopologie belt, Tour de Fleece yardage, summer recipes I’ve been loving, and a poem by Teri Ellen Cross Davis.
This episode begins with a list of recent and upcoming fiber events that you can attend in-person and virtually! Then, I continue with updates on my projects and my complete list of summer reading.
In Part 8 of our eight-part series, we discuss the situations that arise as knitters seek clarity about what constitutes an original design and how
In this episode, I talk about my completed KnitLoops socks, a shawl in progress, working on woodturning, and give a recommendation for a BBQ sauce made with rhubarb. Of course there are new socks already on the needles and I share a poem by Jameson Fitzpatrick titled “A Poem for Pulse.”
This episode is focused on institutional responses to Elizabeth Zimmermann’s impact on knitters, knitting, and the industry. Dr. Lilly Marsh discusses evidence of the durability of EZ’s influence.
In this episode, I talk about my completed Derecho sweater, and share the details of several new projects, including Knitloops socks in self-striping yarn from Knit Spin Farm, the Craghill shawl in Distelfink Fiber Farm Raised Fingering, and my entry into the #lostwordsmal. I’ve completed all of the preliminary steps for another garment in negative reverse appliqué, this time with a beautiful fern motif.