I started the year off with a twinge of guilt, looking back at what I had accomplished in 2018. Part of that guilt came from fixating on what I had written down as
Waves have come crashing down in the knitting world this past month, sparking challenging conversations on diversity and racism. It all started with this blog post [https://fringeassociation.com/2019/01/07/2019-my-year-of-color/
Three weeks ago, I was in Atlanta to visit family. Normally, I have a habit of alwaysbringing way too much knitting with me on a trip, and never being able to finish it.
Every single non-Japanese person I have met who has traveled to Japan, knitters and non-knitters alike, has told me that Japan is a must-see. That there are things that you will see in
I think it’s safe to say that Fall is one of the prime times to be a knitter. When the air starts to get just the faintest chill, and the temperature drops