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


Knit Noro Accessories 2
Sixth&Spring provided a copy of Knit Noro Accessories 2 free of charge. The opinions expressed here are entirely my own. This page may contain affiliate links, which help support my day job but don’t cost you anything extra. Noro Yarn is the quintessential color-changing yarn. It offers wonderful, sophisticated colorways and a range […]

Review & Giveaway: Knit Noro Accessories 2


Finished Hat
Loom knitting, also known as frame knitting, has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years. I decided to make it my third project for National Craft Month, because although it is “knitting”, it’s nothing like the knitting I’ve done in the past. I know how to knit with all kinds of […]

The Loom Knitting Project