Trafalgar Books provided a copy of Arne & Carols Field Guide to Knitted Birds for my review. The opinions expressed here are entirely my own. This page may contain affiliate links, which help support me, but don’t cost you anything extra. I’ll just bet you never thought of knitting a […]

Review: Arne & Carlos Field Guide to Knitted Birds

Many knitters recognize this children’s rhyme as the way to make a knit stitch, but have you ever considered that it could also describe¬†a crime? Neither had Jennifer Hoyden, a knitting teacher at a shelter for homeless families in New York City. She was shocked when her students told her […]

Larcenous Knitting Rhymes and Other Poetry

February is short, but it’s full of great things: Super Bowl Sunday, my husband’s birthday, my daughter’s birthday, Valentine’s Day, National Carrot Cake Day**, AND the blog tour for Every Which Way Crochet Borders! Starting tomorrow, we’ve got a great line-up of bloggers here, including some from across the Atlantic! […]

Every Which Way Crochet Borders: The Blog Tour