We are expected to have our first snowfall of the season next week here in the Pacific Northwest. While this may not come as welcome news for some people in our neck of the woods, folks around the KP office are excited at the prospect of putting our most recent labors of love to work, keeping our heads toasty and warm during this potential snowpocalypse (we don’t get a lot of snow around here). In the spirit of bundling up, we’re sharing several of our latest FOs, all of the chapeau variety!Read more »
Whether you’re brand new to knitting or an old hand, talking about the foundations of knitting can lead to some profound “ah hah!” moments. Time and again we think we’ve learned all there is to know about our favorite craft, only to be surprised by some little tip or trick from a fellow crafter that totally changes our process.
Lee and Erica start the …Read more »
Our beloved dishcloth cotton has gotten a color update! We’ve got great new colors in both solid Dishie and Dishie Multi, and we thought the perfect way to show them off was in our ongoing Free Dishcloth Pattern series. (P.S. Did we mention Dishie is also on sale for the month of November?)Read more »
Halloween, the SPOOKIEST time of year may have come and gone, but our offices and crafting queues are still haunted by scary decorations and seasonal knits.
While we’re still making cute ghosts, leaves and pumpkins and enjoying treats with cinnamon and spice, we thought it would be the perfect time to cozy up with some spooky themed podcast segments.
First up, Lee and Morgan chat about their …Read more »
Have you tried our new Fable Fur yet? It’s a ridiculously soft faux fur yarn that knits (or crochets) up beautifully at a bulky gauge. It makes a delightful faux fur fabric, perfect for all kinds of things like cowls, headbands, cuffs, collars, cat beds, blankets, slipper linings, and stuffed animals, to name a few! But, if you’ve never used anything like it before, it might be a bit tricky to work with. So I’m here for you, with some tips and tricks!Read more »