Shop Knits and That for artistically handcrafted accessories that are sure to please. Why not express your personal style by choosing an accessory that matches your mood and captures your inner beauty! Are you interested in learning to knit or advancing your skills? Check out my knitting classes; I offer a variety of classes for adults and children. Note that classes are held in Acton, MA. Contact me if you would like more information on products or classes or to place an order.
NEW: I’ve updated my class list for the Winter, 2021 – go to Classes for more information.
2 days 18 hours ago
I just finished knitting and felting 2 new stuffed “monsters”. I wanted to show what they looked like before felting. Once dry, I’ll add their eyes and mouths. So fun making these!!
3 weeks 6 days ago
Finished and blocked! River Runs Through Shawl pattern, free on Ravelry. I skipped the icord cast on and edging and worked a picot cast off. Happy with it though edge still curls a bit.
1 month 1 day ago
I’ve made good progress on my Zweig sweater. This is a top down knitting pattern and I’m using Malabrigo sock yarn. Very happy with it so far.
1 month 4 days ago
I knit these sweet hats for my niece’s twin babies! The yarn is organic cotton, perfect for the spring.
1 month 1 week ago
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Another Zoom Beginner Knitting session done. Everyone did a great job and finished some lovely hats and cowls !
I'm putting together my Fall/Winter Knitting class schedule and would love some feedback. I plan to offer a mix of in-person and virtual classes. What would you like to see/learn? I'm considering running: CustomFit Sweater, Beyond Beginner Knitting, Beginning Brioche, Intermediate Brioche (hat below is what we'd be knitting), Fixing…
Here’s the hat from the Hidden River pattern. I especially like the double-fabric brim, made by casting on using Provisional Cast-On.
I finished the Stranded Knitting class last month. This student did a great job on the mitts (she finished the hat too but I don’t have a photo of it!).
2 months 2 days ago
I’ve just finished knitting, blocking and measuring a swatch for a new sweater, Zweig. Knowing your gauge is so important when knitting a sweater for yourself. It’s a lot of work and the last thing I want is an ill-fitting sweater! The markers indicate 4” so then I simply count…