Attention sweater and garment knitters – we have some news that you are going to LOVE! We literally searched the world over to bring you these gorgeous custom buttons, hand-dyed to match our Wool of the Andes, Palette, and Swish yarns. Each button is formed from the corozu nut – also known as tagua – a durable, sustainable product that is scratch resistant and has an elegant natural grain.Read more »
In my humble opinion, handmade socks are the perfect project – they can be as simple or as complicated as you want them to be, they’re small and portable so they can be worked on anywhere, a typical pair of socks takes less than 100 grams of yarn and, best of all, the end product is something everyone can use. Now is the best time to get in on the fun – our fabulous Felici sock yarn is now on sale!Read more »
We all have that one special skein of yarn that’s waiting for the perfect pattern, and now our new collection, Little Luxuries, gives you twenty-three patterns! Each pattern uses 100 grams or less of yarn to create exquisite accessories, like shawls, cowls, hats, and even a clutch purse.Read more »
Who is dating whom in the celebrity world … who really cares? What we crafters want to know is: what yarn will make that delicious shawl pattern look the best? What’s the cutest project bag to pair with my on-the-go projects?
In the world of crafting, it’s not just socks that are better in pairs. Like peanut butter and jelly, some things are just meant to be together. Here are a few of our favorite crafty pairs, as spotted out on the town:Read more »
Are you ready for some exciting news? We have some really fun new products to share with you… including the return of a favorite yarn line, two new pattern collections, and a whole handful of super fun accessories! Here’s what’s new at Knit Picks:
Dishie Multi is BACK!Read more »
For experienced knitters, we get so used to knitting terms that we don’t even think about them anymore, but for the beginner it can seem bewildering. A little understanding can go a long way, and I’ve always found a singular pleasure in “useless” knowledge, so let’s explore a little about yarn weights.Read more »