I'm really excited to share some news with you today: I've got an article in the fall issue of Knitscene Magazine!
It's no secret that I love to travel, and the article is a short piece on travel and inspiration. I take a look at a few designers who are doing cool things with traditional techniques tied to a specific place or people. Huge thanks to Kate Davies for chatting with me about her work and Shetland, and to Andrea Rangel for talking to me about Cowichan knitting (and to both of you for sharing photos). I also want to give a shout out to my editor, Amy Palmer, and especially Lisa Shroyer, editor of Interweave Knits (who was still on the Knitscene team when we started work on this issue), because they're both amazing and it was Lisa who brought me on board in the first place. They rule.
This is a great issue with some really beautiful patterns (I'm in love with Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark's Emmanuelle Sweater. Such a great use of intarsia!). The magazine officially hits newsstands on July 16th but the digital copy is already available, and you can either pick one up or pre-order the hard copy on Knitting Daily's website here.
Fervent fiber nerd and frequent baker living in Montreal. I'm all about creativity. Read more here.