Cropped shrugs, sometimes called bodiless sweaters or super crops, are trending in knitting and crochet.
Trends aren’t just about what’s literally being shown on the runway. They’re a temperature check on people’s feelings about the recent past and near future. Here are some of the big trends in knitwear to watch over the next year, and the ideas driving them forward.
In this podcast episode, Jewell Washington talks about her creative journey as founder of Northknits and Our Maker Life.
The founders of the knitting pattern app, Knitrino, speak out about Apple’s initial rejection of their app in the App Store.
Jodi Brown and Tracie Millar—known in the knitting world as the Grocery Girls—have one piece of advice for businesses: be yourself. The sisters have been podcasting on YouTube since 2016, sharing what they’re knitting, yarns they love, and glimpses into their personal lives.
Crochet and knit collars are trending right now as a fun way to accessorize your outfit or use up spare materials. We round up some designs and patterns in this edition of What’s New in Craft.
Have you ever thought about embroidering your knits? Embroidered knits is a craft trend we are seeing everywhere. Here’s a roundup of where you can learn to do it, or buy a finished piece.
In this podcast episode, Cecilia Neslon-Hurt talks about the development of her career working in diversity, equity, and inclusion both for national corporations and in the fiber arts community.
In this podcast episode, Hanna Lisa Haferkamp and Claire Walls explain how they create and publish Making Stories, an independent knitting magazine with a focus on sustainability.
In this podcast episode, Kathy Elkins, the owner of WEBS, talks about how her husband’s family founded the business and how she and her husband took it over and built it into what it is today – one of the largest online retailers of yarn in the industry.