Tag: ravelry

WWW: A salute to Bob; writing instructions for using charts; KnitPetite wants your feedback; celebrating the fiber arts in NFLD

Bob, the most famous Boston Terrier in our knitting world, has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. May your doggy afterlife be full of balls and kisses and treats, sweet Bob. Rest well. Our own Kate Atherley has written a very helpful post on writing instructions for using charts over at the Stitchmastery blog. The KnitPetite Project launched 6 months ago, and now they’d like your input in their survey. We love that this underserved area of the handknitting world is getting some attention! After the Great Fire of 1892 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, the School of Industry was established to help teach women ...

Obsession Thursday: How to ask for help

Hopefully by now, you’ve heard about our Patreon campaign that’s changed Knitty from a struggling ad-only supported magazine to one supported by both advertisers and our readers. We are now able to count on a stable future full of opportunity, as we will be able to pay our staff and contributors fairly! And we’re working on our next goal, which is redesigning and recoding to bring this 2002 magazine visually and functionally up to date with the 2016 (and beyond) internet. One thing I haven’t talked much about through this process is what got me to a place where I felt brave enough to let ...