One of the other things I do, besides knit, is spin. I love spinning. It’s quite relaxing. I even used to have a little side business where I sold handspun […]

When I heard Anniken Allis was writing a book, I knew it was going to be great. Anni is well known to be a prolific lace designer; and as a […]

This topic is so important that I’ve actually made a page on my site just for this. I field many questions by many knitters and the most frequent one, “What is […]

I have a lot of new designs and books to tell you about, but today I wanted to post about an upcoming event. This September I’ll be teaching at the annual […]

I love lace. And what’s a better medium for lace than shawls? So many of us have found lace via shawls, and more specifically, with sock-yarn shawls. In 2009 sock-yarn shawls […]

Salita

I have a new pattern that I’m excited to share with you: Salita which uses 3-5 skeins of Yellowstone. The sample is in the lovely Sand Verbena color. Salita is perfect for spring. It’s […]

Lanugine

A couple of weekends ago I decided I wanted to make a super quick scarf. I found this completely squishable yarn at my LYS, grabbed my ginormous 15mm needles, and casted […]

Everyday Lace Accessories KAL

With the holidays drawing near, I thought it would be a good time to get some accessory knitting done. To encourage others to do the same, why not have a […]

On Tour

This is, of course, a little late, but I’m on tour for Everyday Lace! Stop by any of these events to see me, get your book signed, and see some […]

Secrets of Pequea

Here’s another look at a project from Everyday Lace, Pequea. This was one of my favorite projects to both design and knit. Pequea is pronounced: PECK-way. Like all the projects […]