Exciting news! Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock, author of our Read Along Knit Along book The Smell of Other People’s Houses (TSOOPH), will be live chatting about the book in our Ravelry group this Wednesday, November 2 at 1 p.m. CST!
Get to know Yarnthology, a company that does things differently by carefully selecting yarn brands based on how they treat people, animals, and the environment. Enter to win a giveaway to try Yarnthology for yourself!
Get to know Bijou Basin Ranch and enter to win a skein of 100% cashmere yarn!
Eucalan is a fiber wash originally designed for woolens. The founder of Eucalan, Mary Ellen Edgar, invented Eucalan after discovering a no rinse laundry product in Australia. Living in the country necessitated being conscious of water consumption, so a no rinse laundry solution was perfect for her home.
Feel Good Yarn Co. yarn is made with real silver, making it perfect for therapeutic projects to encourage circulation like hand warmers or socks.
Check out the new book Washi Tape Crafts, which includes a fun design from yours truly. Enter to win a copy too!
This spring, I discovered an uber-cool knitting needle company called knit affair. A young knitting industry company from Berlin, knit affair offers contemporary accessories for knitters. Knit affair features both straight and circular knitting needles, as well as a range of accessories, all of which are produced with respect to the environment.
Take a look at some of the amazing finished Delta Hats knitters have made during the Delta Hat knit along and find out who won the giveaway prizes.
My most-used knitting needles are for sure interchangeable circulars. There are a few brands I like to use, depending on my mood and the project or fiber I’m working with. One of those go-to brands is Knitter’s Pride. Lightweight and warm to the touch, the Knitter’s Pride Karbonz knitting needles are really easy to work with and virtually unbreakable. I always look forward to casting on projects with these needles.