Now that “Annetarsia Knits” is out in the world, I’m hoping that some knitters will be ready to walk on the wild side with me. So I am pulling out some projects that were a bit too much for the book, and finishing them up. The mate to my Ultimate Argyle sock came off the […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
This is basically the e-mail that Kate sent me, showing her process in creating the 8th color for an Astoria Sock kit, as we contemplate a KAL (knit-a-long). I found it so fascinating that I asked her if I could share, and she agreed. I am continually amazed and intrigued with the dying process – […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I told you that something fun was coming, as I work with Kate Bachus of A Hundred Raven yarns to create a kit of colors for knitting the Astoria Sock. I will be posting this weekend on Kate’s process, and the magic that she has made, but today I want to show you what we […]Continue Reading... 9 Comments.
I’ve been going back through projects that I worked on while developing Annetarsia. A few didn’t make it into the book, for various reasons, and were abandoned. Now I’m bringing them into the light and thinking about offering them as patterns. Which, of course, means I have to finish them and do the work of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Life is different, now. Not only is “Annetarsia Knits” finished, it is out there, all around the world, and people like it! I’m thrilled that everyone (so far) thinks my baby book is beautiful, valuable, and fun to have around. I love autographing books, wrapping them up and taking them to the post office – […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Stitches Midwest 2014 will live in my memory for a long time. This was the first event where I was a published author and I was teaching 5 new classes that I have been working on for months. It was a busy, hectic few days, but everything went beautifully. I have many people to thank […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Last night, Twisted rocked with laughter and fun, as we celebrated “Annetarsia Knits” launch into the world. So many people were involved with creating the book at different times, that many hadn’t met each other. And, of course, they are all wonderful, interesting people, so it was a great party. Test knitters met photographers and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.