I decided to read the Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin simply because she is a knitter. I didn’t know anything about the book or anything about her besides her crafty hobby. She’s a knitter, I thought, so I’m sure I’ll appreciate her writing. I just finished the book, and the first comforting thought I… Continue reading This Book Has Nothing To Do With Knitting, Except It Does. Discuss.
An annual question around my house is “What would you like to do for your birthday/Mother’s Day?” Being eternally busy and a bit exhausted, I usually ask for a day of uninterrupted knitting or needlepoint. Really truly, I can imagine nothing more relaxing than a day of my favorite mindful, meditative activity. I feel centered… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day from Wool & Grace!
I feel like we are finally at a place with Madeline Tosh where we are consistently and reliably stocked in these beautiful fibers. It was a little touch and go for a while, and we seemed to be waiting endlessly, over and over again, for shipments that would be sold as soon as we received… Continue reading What Can I Make With Madeline Tosh Yarns
First of all, you may notice that we’re in a slightly different place! Our blog has moved because in the coming weeks our website will be changing (for the better!). In the future, it’ll be really easy to move between the blog and the main website, but right now it’s a little awkward. Bear with… Continue reading A Few Takes on Breton Stripes
Last Minute Super Bulky Projects for 2017 If you’re sick of big, thick yarns, I apologize. We’re in the home stretch on gift knitting, and our knitters can’t get enough of them. As much as I love the Vermonter, I’m getting a little sick of telling people to make another one, so I want to… Continue reading Last Minute Super Bulky Projects for 2017