Knitters have known all this for a long time… but it’s nice to have it documented and publicized. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.2540622&w=425&h=350&fv=releaseURL%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fcnettv.cnet.com%2Fav%2Fvideo%2Fcbsnews%2Fplayer-dest.swf%26rv%3Dn%26partner%3Dnews%26videoId%3D50070253%26si%3D162%26br%3D55%26ip%3D22.214.171.124%26ua%3DMozilla%2F5.0%2520%2528Windows%253B%2520U%253B%2520Windows%2520NT%25205.1%253B%2520en-US%253B%2520rv%253A126.96.36.199%2529%2520Gecko%2F2009011913%2520Firefox%2F3.0.6%26cid%3D4917058%26edid%3D3%26nd%3D100%26pt%3D1606%26ncat%3D100%26ddom%3Dwww.cbsnews.com%26guid%3DsRIPZQoPjAEAABjRLXoAAAAK%26oid%3D1606-100_162-4917058%26linkUrl%3Dhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.cbsnews.com%2Fvideo%2Fwatch%2F%3Fid%3D4917058n%253fsource%3Dsearch_video%26autoplay%3Dfalse] Thanks to Carolyn of our little Knitting Gathering group for the link!
From what I’ve seen, knitters are a very inventive sort, and are much given to adapting non-knitting tools to their own uses. Here are a few of mine. Although none approach the level of “MacGyvering“, I think the originators of these items might be a bit surprised to see how they are put to non-traditional uses. First up, my favorite… … Continue reading →
Wouldn’t you know it… I simply could NOT wait any longer for the Winter issues of a couple of the online magazines (see the previous post) to go… well, online, so I did my little reviews last week. But now, two new issues are up, with some great designs! Go have a look at the new Twist Collective and Knotions! … Continue reading →
The world of online knitting magazines will probably always be in a state of flux, wiith startups, successes, fizzles and shutdowns. I thought I’d see what’s out there right now, and tell you what I think about it. Most online magazines mimic their print cousins to some extent, with articles, patterns, and advertising. The big advantage to publishing online is … Continue reading →