It’s that time again! Time for Rhinebeck! I’m busy making last minute preparations, charging up the camera, and packing way too many knitting projects! This year, I’m taking my first Rhinebeck class on natural dyeing. I’ve always been interested in learning more about natural dyeing and having the chance to take a full day intensive […]
This project has been a tough one to keep under wraps, but I’m so excited to be able to finally share this with you! I was honored to be contacted by Ysolda to design a sweater for her newest project, The Rhinebeck Sweater almost 2 years ago. Even though I was in full book knitting […]
My Rhinebeck recap is a little late, but better late than never I suppose! Hurricane Sandy put a bit of a damper on any normal activities for the last week or so. NYC was hit pretty hard and I was lucky to be in an area that sustained little damage. My love and thoughts go […]
While attending the Campaign for Wool event last week at Bryant Park, I was surprised to get a text from a friend that my book, Metropolitan Knits, was posted for pre-order on Amazon! Sorry, no extensive sneak peeks yet, but I hope it is worth the wait. I’ve been diligently working on the finishing touches […]
Rhinebeck was certainly fabulous this year, as always, and it was so nice to catch up with friends and meet a few new faces too! This was my first full Rhinebeck weekend and I am now convinced that it is the only way to go. My friends and I rented a fabulous house and it […]
Today I am off to Rhinebeck for the annual Sheep and Wool festival. I will be attending both days + the Ravelry party. If you see me wondering around be sure to say hi! A full report will follow when I return. Hope to see you there!
What does everyone want to know? What was your haul at Rhinebeck of course! I walked away pretty light this year. I purchased an alligator scarf kit from Morehouse and 5 skeins of natural colored wool from Maple Creek Farms. The alligator was cast on immediately after walking in the door on Saturday night. It’s […]