Monthly Archives: December 2016

What Should I Knit?

The Raverly pattern database is awesome, but it’s also a major source of decision fatigue in my life. Thousands of… Continue reading »

A Cooper Hewitt Exhibition to Check Out

If you live anywhere near New York City, or are planning a trip there early next year, check out Scraps:… Continue reading »

My Pattern Writing Adventure

I’m very excited to announce that I’ve published a pattern on Ravelry! It’s a scarf pattern and it’s available as… Continue reading »

Neighborhood Fiber Co. Unity Shirts

With the current political climate in the U.S. and abroad, we at Neighborhood Fiber Co. wanted to create a graphic… Continue reading »

The Warm Hug of Repetition

Most of the time when I finish a knit item I feel like that pattern has been checked off my… Continue reading »

Some Holiday Cheer

Last year I was all about some hand-knit holiday decor. Unfortunately I started thinking about my Christmas-themed knitting in December… Continue reading »

The New Knitty is Out!

Knitty is the longest-running free knitting magazine on the web. Enjoy our huge selection of free knitting patterns and tutorials!… Continue reading »

New Yarnbomb in Philly

New yarnbomb today on 11th street at Callowhill by Philly’s own Ishknits. Jessie Hemmons, also known as ishknits, wrote an… Continue reading »

I Swear, Officer, They’re Not Mine

At the beginning of the year I did a huge inventory of all my yarn and set some goals for… Continue reading »

Diving into the Gilmore Girls Patterns

If you know anyone who was a teenage girl during the late 90s you are probably well aware of the fact… Continue reading »