Love this! Knit designer and teacher Vickie Howell has just launched a kickstarter campaign for “The Knit Show,” the first community funded and internationally accessible episodic how-to knitting web series.
Vickie’s “Knitty Gritty” TV series was enormously popular, and many were disappointed when it ended in 2009. Inspired by the messages she receives every day from viewers saying how they miss having a television show that speaks directly to the knitting & crochet community, Vickie has decided to launch a series online.
“The Knit Show with Vickie Howell,” will be a web-based series, and Vickie tells us that she aims to combining all the popular segments from her previous shows: industry experts and superstar guests; knitting & crochet tips and techniques, and modern, accessible high-quality projects in a range of levels.
For more info, visit the Kickstarter page.
A yoga warm-up, ‘tailor-made’ (very very loose pun intended) for knitters.
Some wisdom on Garment Fit, on the Interweave blog.
In which we own up to knowing absolutely nothing about sports… Love that Mason Dixon has launched their own version of a March Madness Bracket. But this one is something I understand: knitting patterns. Brilliant!
Donna Druchunas and her friend, designer Annie Wenstrup, have partnered up to raise funds for International Rescue Committee, an organization that supports refugees from Syria. If you donate to the organization, you can enter to win a beautiful Qiviut cowl.
In which a crafter muses on the change in craft and craft-based relationships brought about by our current challenging political climate. Even this article is the subject of debate, as not all agree with the closing point… Worth a read, either way!