My mailbox is stuffed with bargains/coupons/ads, etc, as the Christmas shopping season is in full swing. Let’s face it, none of us really needs anything, but if you are going to give Christmas presents (and of course, we are) it might as well be something that will be personal, fun, and support the fiber community […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is a run-down of my week – an overview, because lots happened and there will be more details later on specific things I ‘ve been working on Craftsy filming – Such a great experience, and I thank everyone at Craftsy central who helps make my dreams come true. I loved preparing and presenting this […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
I was so busy at IK Knit lab this weekend that I didn’t take ANY photos! (Bad blogger!) I really did have an amazing time. The students were fantastic and enthusiastic, the venue was delightful, and the market was terrific. I did buy some treasures in the Market, and will have “show and tell” for […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
A friend sent me a private message, saying that she hadn’t heard of Craftsy before reading about it in my blog. She suggested that I give more explanation about what it is and how to use it, which I am delighted to do! Craftsy has only been around for a scant three years, so what […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I love Argyle socks, but don’t you agree it is time for a new, classic intarsia motif for socks? Being Annetarsia means it has to be dead-easy. What makes an argyle diamond easy to knit is the simple diagonal line. The only way to make it easier is to extend that line into a spiral, […]Continue Reading... 9 Comments.
Last week I flew to Denver to teach my first Craftsy class. I’m very excited about the class. It features a different style and concept than would be possible with anything other than Craftsy’s platform, which is very interactive between students and the teacher. I can’t say much more, yet, but it will be worth […]Continue Reading... No Comments.