Gorgeous, rustic and vintage inspired, this notions set is perfect for everyday use and perhaps some stylized photos for your knitting instagram. In each set you’ll receive embroidery yarn scissors, two brass stitch holding pins, 15 brass removable bulb stitch markers, 10 snag-free fixed loop stitch markers, three embroidery/yarn needles, a swatch gauge and a laser-etched knitting needle gauge. Buy one for yourself and one for your yarn-loving friend — it makes an incredible gift!Read More
Articles and Interviews
Learn more about the craft you love with these knitting articles and interviews.
Hand carved out of cedar, this rustic sign is perfect for your craft room. The lettering is painted and the entire sign is varnished on the front, back and edges. Complete with a rustic rope to hang wherever you desire, this sign will add a touch of fall whimsy to your home.Read More
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Co-founder and head designer of Loopy Mango, Oejong Kim, has written this book of delightfully chunky and trendy knitting patterns. This book is aimed at new and beginner knitters alike with quick knits and bold looks. Complete with tips and tricks to give your knits that professional quality, you’ll be knitting up these patterns in no time at all.Read More
Incorporate your love of monograms into your knitting with this step-by-step guide featuring beginner and advanced techniques. Inside, you’ll learn to transform a mix of popular typefaces into something that can be used in all your knit designs. Starting with the basics and progressing to advanced, Typographic Knitting gives readers clear instructions on how to create a variety of letter designs with different knitting methods. Once you master the basics, enjoy adding smartly designed monograms, letters or words to your scarves, hats, sweaters and more!Read More
In the mood for a good mystery with a paranormal twist? Then Nancy Warren’s “Vampire Knitting Club” series is just for you. Meet our new favorite lead character, Lucy Swift. In book one, Lucy is in a bit of a hard place: a not-so-great past mixed with an uncertain future, and she’s in dire need of a break. Settling on a trip to Oxford to visit her grandmother and her gran’s knitting shop, what should be a trip meant for reflection (and knitting), turns into a wild paranormal ride filled with family secrets and many unknowns. Featuring a plot thick with intrigue, a quest for justice, an unsolved murder — even members of the undead — join Lucy as she discovers the truth about her grandmother and works tirelessly to solve a violet murder from her family’s past.
Just how will she unravel this mystery? You’ll have to read to find out!
Join the coolest yarn box yet! Each month, members get three things in their box: a skein of premium eco-friendly yarn made from recycled fibers in India, a knit and crochet pattern and a mystery gift. Membership also includes a new community center where you can watch videos for knit alongs (KAL’s) each month. The best part? We’re giving away a free subscription! Enter using the form below.Read More
Crochet designer Kati Brown’s Hooked Planner 2.0 just got a makeover! The Ultimate Hooked Planner is 40 pages of every kind of form you could need for your yarn stash, projects, craft fair prep and even your design business. From pages to keep track of your current yarn and project stashes, to forms for tracking your annual project donations, this creative journal has it all.Read More
Knitter’s Pride Wool Needles Set is a game changer for weaving in yarn end at the end of project, whether it’s crochet or knit. Perfect for all yarn types, the needles utilize a flexible cord loop instead of the traditional plastic needle eye. This makes it more suitable for super-bulky and fuzzy yarns, which oftenRead More
Handmade shawls deserve the perfect, handmade closures. This beautiful celtic lion pin functions both with and without its circle enclosure. Made from white bronze or white brass, the end result is a gorgeous item worthy of your favorite hand-knit shawl or open-front cardigan. Inspired by Celtic illuminated letters in the forms of animals, this pinRead More