Looking for something to knit?
Have you seen the new Sock Report? Wonderful things to do with sock yarn.
Brooklyn Tweed’s WoolPeople issue 3 has just launched.
Long-time Knitty designer Laura Chau has published her first e-book of patterns, Afternoon Tea.
And of course, there’s lots of hot weather goodness in our 10 summer issues…
Looking for somewhere to go with your knitting?
Check out the Stitch & Pitch events around the US.
And if you’re interested in actually watching the game, read friend of Knitty Indigirl’s baseball primer for knitters.
Too hot to knit? Just have a look around….
If you’ve been resisting the urge, today might be the day to kick back with an iced tea or coffee and enjoy the knitting-related gorgeousness at Pinterest.
And if you need ideas for making iced drinks at home, try these… The Pioneer Woman’s Perfect Iced Coffee and
recipes and tips for Iced Tea from Canadian Living.
“Resist cold weather” with a knitted Borg mask.
The Truro Nova Scotia Antique Farm Equipment museum has added a 1920s vintage knitting machine to their collection.
I’m not sure I fully understand it, but I love it anyway: an academic paper using knitted fabrics to explain the concept of anisotropy.