The latest issue of Knit Wit is here!
Knit Wit is a magazine for anyone interested in textiles and fiber arts. Pick it up to read about artists and makers, hear their stories, and see lush photos of their work and how they do it.
Knit Wit is published biannually, with a “Cold” and a “Hot” issue each year. This “Cold” issue features profiles of textile designers Noelle Sharp and Cathy Callahan, mindful knitter Rachael Matthews, and others, along with a peek inside the Tatter Textile Library in Brooklyn, NY. These are all new names to me, and names I might not have encountered outside of Knit Wit – a reminder that our hand-knitting community is just one small slice of a larger textile art world.
I did spot something very familiar in a photo feature on favorite knitting notions – the Cocoknits Maker’s Keep, with all manner of Cocoknits stitch markers aboard. Look for those here at the shop, along with all kinds of handy notions!
With articles, interviews, essays, studio tours, and a few knitting patterns, Knit Wit is above all, a good read. Come by to pick up a copy!