by Holly K on August 5, 2015
Have you seen The Sweater Book? It's a unique set of patterns with interchangeable parts, so you can knit a sweater customized just the way you want! The book is authored by Hilary Smith Callis, a great designer, and interesting person! If you'd like to find out a bit more about her, and the book, click through to read 5 fun answers to questions we wanted to know!
by Stacey on June 4, 2015
I love interesting construction on small projects like dishcloths - it's a fun way to practice something new, without a big commitment. And Allison Griffith's new free dishcloth pattern fits that bill - check out the Pinwheel Dishcloth.
by Stacey on May 30, 2015
I am a hat fiend - I constantly have a hat on my needles or hook, no matter the weather. And with it getting warmer out, hats are a perfect project - small, portable and quick - and when the cooler weather comes along, you'll be all set with keeping your noggin warm! We've had some really fun new IDP hat patterns recently and I thought I'd highlight a few. First of all, I immediately cast on Stana Sortor's newest pattern, Bicycle Hat.
by Stacey on October 22, 2014
Have you started any winter holiday crafting? We have a cute new free pattern to get you started! Designer Emily Kintigh's adorable Penguin Ornament is perfect for any household at anytime of the year but fantastic when you are decorating your home for the winter months.
by Stacey on October 8, 2014
You may have noticed, in addition to our 52 Weeks of Dishcloths series, we've been releasing a lot of free patterns from outside designers lately! So many cute patterns too - we themed the recent ones around good gifts for children and babies. We're constantly searching for great free kids patterns, in both knit and crochet, so we're so excited to have so many lovely patterns on the site now.
by Jenny K on August 27, 2014
Say "Hello!" to Simone Kereit - a designer from our fall pattern collection Burnished and this week's contributor to our "From the desk of..." series. Let's get to know what inspires Simone and learn more about her design process!
by Holly K on August 26, 2014
Since starting these behind the scenes videos, I've wanted to introduce you to the team that does our pattern books. Finally, the video for Sock Yarn Scarves does just that!
by Jenny K on August 19, 2014
This week's Burnished interview series features the lovely and very talented Hilary Smith Callis! Hilary is part of the IDP program, but her designs have also been a part of past Knit Picks exclusive collections. So naturally, we were thrilled when we first saw her Burnished design - the Poua Pullover knitting pattern. Take a peek at Hilary's workspace and learn more about her inspiration, must-have tools and more!