Knitting For Good

Spearheaded by designer Melanie Berg and yarn company Rosy Green Wool, Knitters Against Malaria is a collective effort of fiber industry players and stitchers working to raise money for Against Malaria Foundation (AMF). From December 24th through January 31st, fiber enthusiasts are encouraged to donate money to the cause. All money raised will fund life-saving mosquito nets that will be distributed to those in need through the AMF. Join Andrea Mowry, Andrea Rangel, Tin Can Knits, Grocery Girls and more as the pot grows from its current €11,000 mark.

Join the fundraising efforts:

Refined Palette

Destress from the holidays and reset with a #PaletteCleanserKAL hosted by designer Susanne Sommer aka Sosuknits. The KAL, which kicks off tomorrow, December 28, 2019, features the designer’s Palette Cleanser Sweater, an oversized cropped sweater knit with 3 colors of worsted weight yarn. The intention of the sweater and the KAL is to clear your mind so that you can kick off 2019 full of unabridged creativity. There is no end date to the KAL, but we have a feeling that it won’t last long since this sweater is a quick knit.

Join the KAL group on Ravelry:

Unwind With Friends

Touted as the Biggest Yarn Fest in the South East of England, Unravel, a festival of knitting, has just released their exhibitor list. February 22-24, join a heap of knitters in Farnham, Surrey where there will be workshops, lectures, and shopping. Browse booths featuring 70 exhibitors, including Baa Ram Ewe, Dragon Hill Studio, Pom Pom Quarterly, Stranded Dye Works, The Wool Kitchen, and more.

Learn more and get tickets:

Cast On: Limited Edition White Buck

From the amazing mind and skilled needles of Claire Garland, this Limited Edition White Buck pattern is a rare find (much like the animal itself) that will only be available through January 6, 2019. Purchase your pattern now and cast on anytime. But we suggest knitting fast as we’re sure that you’ll want a friend for your White Buck and a friend for the friend of the White Buck Fawn and a friend of a friend…well, you get the point.

Get the pattern: