Articles and Interviews

Learn more about the craft you love with these knitting articles and interviews.

Knitting Juice Glass

If it’s been one of those weeks and you just can’t wait to sit down and knit, you might need some knitting juice. This is the perfect glass for you and you can fill it with whatever “juice” you might need to help you “unwind” after a long day. It’s even dishwasher safe!

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Personalized Knitting Labels

Add the perfect finishing touch to a gift with these custom knitting labels. Featuring whimsical illustrations from Etsy artist LittleHappyDrawings, you’ll add a charming and professional look to your finished pieces. Printed on 100% organic cotton, these tags will not fade or fray even with machine washing. Just pick what you want your tags to

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Knitting Quote Project Tote Bag

Show off your magical knitting talent with this charming tote bag. You’ve spent the time learning how to knit and turn strings into pretty things and now it’s time to treat yourself to a project bag that will make you smile. Plus, it will encourage you to turn more and more strings into pretty things!

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How to Knit Beautiful Bags: 22 Gorgeous Designs

Make this the year of bags with 22 new bag patterns for all occasions. Learn how to line your bag and attach zippers and button closures for that professional and polished look. Stay on trend with these popular designs that don’t take long to complete and will complement many outfits. Colorwork, lace, and cables all

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I want to make sure that I’m supporting the right people and companies when it comes to knitting. What’s the best way I can make sure I’m finding the right yarn that’s environmentally friendly, indie dyers, etc.?

Many knitters strive to unite their personal convictions with their crafting. Whether concerned with protecting the environment, maintaining a vegan lifestyle, or supporting fair-trade businesses, there are a variety of products that strive to make your yarn dollars count.



Buying eco-friendly yarn may seem like a no-brainer to most knitters. Many small batch growers, spinners and

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Knit One; Write Too

These days, it seems that putting pen to paper is rarely heard of. Since its conception, the internet has provided the world with instant communication. A large percentage of us perform our correspondence via the web with just a tap, tap, tap rather than a thought out, handwritten letter. While I believe the internet undoubtedly

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