Are you currently injured and unable to knit? Or is knitting getting you through some rough times? Life’s better when you share your struggles. Today I share my journey to make my house a home with the help of amazing Feng Shui consultant Moni Castaneda.
Knitting your first hat on your own can be confusing. In this class you’ll learn step-by-step the easiest way to knit your first hat. This knit a beginner hat class will teach you to knit a slouchy hat with optional stripes in chunky yarn.
I encourage knitters to learn as much as they can about choosing their own yarns and not relying on the yarn recommended in the pattern. The best way to learn about yarn and how to substitute it is to get ahold of a copy of The Knitter’s Book of Yarn by Clara Parkes.
Learning Brioche can be overwhelming. There are strange new abbreviations to learn, and it can be hard to wrap your head around what exactly you’re doing. But Brioche is easier thank you think!
Our 20-video series teaches you the four steps of learning Brioche so you can create any Brioche project with confidence.
Surprise! Carlos and I have discovered that we are pregnant and expecting a baby boy on November 21st. We also went on a whirlwind trip to London, England, to visit my sister. This July we are enjoying home life with Milo as we try to stay cool, get enough sleep, and live a semi-organized happy life with a wonderful three-year old.
We are starting a beginner toe-up sock knitalong in August that will get you all the support you need in knitting your first pair of socks. Get a 15% discount on yarn and needles from Imagiknit when you sign up here.