A Letter from Twist
Playing with Strings
Compose a wardrobe of beautiful basics with help from Julia Barrowcliffe, Fiona Ellis, Anne Ginger, Amy Gunderson, Amy Herzog, Gudrun Johnston, Lana Jois, Melissa Leapman, Marnie MacLean, Quenna Lee, and Megh Testerman.
How the West Was Wooled, Part 1 by Hypatia Francis
The history of the wool in North America is one of frontiersmen, bandits, and often bloody conflict. First in a three-part series on the past, present, and future of wool in North America.
Swatch It by Clara Parkes
Swapping yarns for patterns with dropped stitches can be tricky. Clara discusses the challenges (and the sheer fun) of finding suitable substitutes.
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Lighten up with lovely looks from Monique Boonstra, Angela Hahn, Susanna IC, Lana Jois, Katherine Leek, Deirdre Lejeune, Robin Melanson, Brenda Patipa, Laura Patterson, and John M. Ravet.
Let it Go: Zen and the Art of Crafty Minimalism by Rachael Herron
Streamlining your stash brings cleaner cabinets, clearer head, and more space for the things that truly bring you joy (yarn included). Rachael Herron explains.
Seeing Red by Fiona Ellis
The ever-fiery Fiona Ellis explores the origins and associations of one hot hue.
Pint-sized projects for awesome summer adventures by Maude L. Baril, Kate Gilbert, Nancy Green, Angela Hahn, Jenise Reid, and Mareike Sattler.
Plenty of Provisions by Marnie Maclean
Marnie offers a detailed lesson in the whys, whens, wheres, and hows of provisional cast-ons.