A Biochemist's Knitting Perspective. ChemKnits was born in 2008 to combine Rebecca's love for knitting and science. In early 2011, Rebecca earned her PhD in Biological Chemistry. Her passion for science is a source of inspiration for the free knitting patterns she offers at ChemKnits. Keeping lab notebooks for years helped her create a great format for yarn dyeing tutorials and other video tutorials of different knit stitches.
The Sweaty Knitterhttp://sweatyknitter.wordpress.com
A blog of someone who's life has been long interwoven with fiber arts. The blog includes instructions, hints for all knitters of all skills, and pictures. I was never taught by written patterns but through imitation and oral instruction from my grandmother. My grandmother (b./d. Flekkefjord, Norway), spoke only Norwegian, so my knitting has a definite Scandinavian flavor. I look forward to hearing from and exchanging ideas with other fiber enthusiasts (sweaty or otherwise).
The Painted Knitterhttp://thepaintedknitter.com
The Painted Knitter turns a slightly crass eye on all things related to sharp sticks and squishable yarn. Besides discussing ongoing projects, product reviews and tutorials are posted as often as Stephanie can be bothered to put down her beer.
Knitty Gritty Whistlerhttp://knittygrittywhistler.wordpress.com
A little bit of everything from the knitting world. Local and global news, weird and wacky knits from the web, pattern & yarn reviews, personal projects and more! All from the unique mind of Anna Lynch, leader of Whistlers knitting revolution
snowflakes on our tongueshttp://snowflakesonourtongues.com/
louisa :: simple living :: knitting :: making :: photography :: homeschooling :: nesting :: nourishing :: unravelling :: I studied textile design and fashion at the Royal College of Art in London and then designed knitwear professionally until I had my first daughter in 2002, when my attention turned to raising children and I have spent the last ten years homeschooling, knitting for myself (and them) and living a simple life in the mountains of the French Alps.
That's Woolly Somethinghttp://www.woollysomething.blogspot.com
A knitting blog for the knitting and felting enthusiast. I have a collection of pattern designs including pumpkins, snowmen, acorns and more! I love to share photos and tips and recipes in my blog. Come check it out!
St Edmund's Knit and Crochet group, Downham Market, Norfolkhttp://stedmundsknitters.blogspot.co.uk
St Edmund's Knit and Crochet Group formed at the end of Jan 2012, the idea of a few members of the church congregation (who like knitting and crocheting!). We held an inital evening, and were pleased with the interest. Since then, we have met every second Tuesday morning of the month at 10am and every last Tuesday evening of the month at 7.30pm. We have two distinct groups but the overlap is becoming more blurred with the lighter evenings. We would love to welcome you at our sessions. Bring a friend or two! We meet at St Edmund's Church Hall, entrance is free, we just give a donation to cover the cost of (real) coffee and biscuits.
Urban Mouse to a Country Househttp://urbanmousecountryhouse.blogspot.com/
I moved to a Cape Cod island, and now chronicle life among "Yankees." In between posts, I split my time designing and felting hats, writing, caring for 3 cats, 2 dogs and a commuting husband, and apparently making a habit of breaking personal body parts while trying to walk upright lol. Follow the fun and troubles I manage to get myself into, dealing with my endearingly eccentric, knitterly New England life.