Julia! I think they’ll have a good home there because Julia can make beauties like these: which I think is totally amazing. Congratulations!
Last week, I went to Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum to see Fashioning Felt before it closes in September. It is a lovely exhibition and the Palace Yurt is the most peaceful, almost cocoon-like environment I’ve ever been in, but the real discovery for me was Christien Meindertsma. Her work is … Continue reading
I was going through some antique Needlecraft magazines I had received from my grandmother and found a little book called Knitting and Crochet. A Guide to the Use of The Needle and the Hook. It was edited by Jenny June. Curious to find out more about Jenny, I stumbled upon … Continue reading
Continuing with this week’s knitting theme, let’s talk hats. Over the weekend, I’ve rediscovered the knitting of caps. There are many reasons to specialize in noggin covers: You can: Knit one in the time it takes to watch [insert two-hour activity e.g., Iron Man, election coverage, hockey game] Use up … Continue reading