Knitting Around Tulsa

Saturdays are always non stop for me, and today (really yesterday because Saturday ended 10 minutes ago) was no exception.    I don't know how I manage to do it, but I somehow end up with Saturdays full from sunup to sundown.    I think a large part of it is the fact that we … Continue reading Knitting Around Tulsa

A Master Knitter at your Fingertips – Arenda Holladay

One thing I am grateful for about the knitting and crocheting community is how helpful and generous most knitters are.   There are tons of websites (there are a lot, and if the information on these blogs could be weighed I am sure it would be TONS!) that have been devoted to sharing tips and … Continue reading A Master Knitter at your Fingertips – Arenda Holladay

Workbasket Wednesday – The StitchTastic Mug Cardigan

The  StitchTastic Mug Cardigan Free Pattern! This week's Workbasket Wednesday comes with a freebie just for you! This week I worked on creating a pattern to go along with my Knitting 101 class. I wanted a pattern where my students could practice all the skills they learned in class, but was a little more creative than … Continue reading Workbasket Wednesday – The StitchTastic Mug Cardigan

Knitting 101: Part 2 – The English Knit Stitch

This is part two of my Knitting 101 video series.   In part 1 I covered creating a slip knot, and the Knitting-On Cast On.   If you are not familiar with either of these I encourage you to go back to Part 1 and watch the videos offered there. These videos were created for the … Continue reading Knitting 101: Part 2 – The English Knit Stitch

A Knitter I Wish I Knew – Maggie Righetti

This is a rewrite of the post that was scheduled for early this morning.  I don't know what happened to the draft of the original. Being that I am still figuring out WordPress I must have accidentally moved it to trash instead of published it. I apologize the re-write is so tardy, it has been … Continue reading A Knitter I Wish I Knew – Maggie Righetti

What to Knit – “Bloom”

I think it is safe to say that Spring has come early and is here to stay. The temps were mild last night, and we left all the windows open in our home. It was so nice having fresh air all night and hearing the birds this morning was heavenly.. But there is still some … Continue reading What to Knit – “Bloom”

Lifelines – Part Deux (or Now That We Have Them What Are They For?)

In last weeks post about Lifelines, I showed you how to add a Lifeline to your knitting project as an ounce of prevention.  If you are not familiar with what a Lifeline is, or how to add one, I suggest you go back to the first post and read up. When knitting any project, it is prudent … Continue reading Lifelines – Part Deux (or Now That We Have Them What Are They For?)