Craftsy Is Back

First, it was Craftsy. Then when it was Bluprint. Now it’s Craftsy again. Craftsy, with much of its original allure, is back thanks to TN Marketing who purchased Craftsy assets back in July. Head to to sign up for a monthly or annual membership to gain access to Crafty’s robust catalog of fiber arts, cooking, and art tutorials (previously purchased classes will be restored to customers’ accounts). New classes will begin filming as soon as it is safe to gather again to connect makers with expert instruction and plenty of inspiration.

New Notions from Lemonade Shop

The Lemonade Shop has expanded its yarn-only offerings to include bright and fun stitch markers, signs, and tags. The playful charms – ranging from neon hearts to sparkly starts to Lucky Charms – are available on jump rings or lobster claw closures and are ready to help you count your rows or stay on track.

Meet Knitstrips

New from MDK, meet Knitstrips a collection of illustrated knitting patterns from designer Alice Beltran and illustrator Juliana Horner (who you might remember as the illustrator of the MDK’s The Coloring Book for Knitters). The free .pdf patterns that combine witty comics with both written and illustrated instructions are now available for download. Choose from leg warmers, mitts, cowl, hat, and even an ornament.

CAST ON: Folklore by Amy Gunderson

Inspired by Taylor Swift’s outfit on the cover of her Folklore album, Folklore is a bottom-up cardigan that features a deep-v, three-button closure, and all-over cables. With positive ease and lots of texture, this is a cardigan that will give you all the vintage feels with its contrasting edging and general grandpa vibes. Want it to look a little more like Taylor’s? Add some silver star patches to the elbows.