A native of Ohio, I taught myself to knit at age 25 before a move from NYC to Texas. The Texas tenure didn’t last, but knitting did. Upon my return to the NY area I began knitting for other designers, and designing for major knitting magazines. My work has appeared in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, Knitters Magazine, Cast On, Piecework and many international fiber & yarn oriented publications. I teach worldwide and across the United States. I knit using the Combination Method and believe that there truly is no wrong way to knit.
#330-Brahmin Moth Workshop
Christened “Combination Knitting" by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts (Fall 2000 Interweave Knits magazine), this combination of Western and Eastern style knitting is faster, creates a nicer tension with less ...
Making a tube without circular needles isn't hard, but the method can seem complex when you first start. Learn how to make socks and mittens on straight needles with no seams! Learn several techniques ...
You’ve put a lot of time into knitting your sweater, but if the finishing is poor all of that effort is for naught. Learn the basics of weaving in ends, blocking, sewing pieces together and picking up ...
Learn the techniques to make the beautiful Brahmin Moth Shawl! From the slip stitch striping to the large mitered blocks which create the shape more and style of this singular knit project. We’ll disc ...