Tag Archives: Teaching

Risk vs. Reward: The True Costs of Fiber Teaching

WARNING: This is a math-heavy post, if you want the TL:DR version… Teaching contracts have been getting progressively worse for fiber teachers, and I don’t want to work for nothing.   This hangs on my wall. I try to use it as a guiding force when I’m up against hard decisions. This is not to […]

Knitting Trends | Brioche

If you’re active with other knitters on Instagram, Twitter, etc… you may have noticed that Brioche has been making an appearance more frequently. The lovely Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark has just released a new Craftsy class called Brioche Knitting Made Easy. Brioche presses so many of my happy buttons. Texture: Check! Dynamic Fabric: Check! Colorplay: Check! The […]

UK Knit Camp

I have a new year’s post brewing, but just wanted to drop a quick note to let you all know that UK Knit Camp registration is now open. Knit Camp will be held at the University of Stirling, Scotland. It will be packed with wonderful classes offered by an amazing list of teachers. You can […]