Long Thread Podcast: Kaffe Fassett

Season 8, Episode 7: Whether he’s working on a quilt, sweater, needlepoint canvas, or fabric design, Kaffe Fassett sees the world in a million glorious hues.

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Sew a Pocketbook

Sew this delightful pocketbook with optional embroidered cover.

Ice Harbor Compass Mittens to Knit

In Maine and Nova Scotia, there really is a tradition of knitting shrinking Fishermen’s mittens.

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Crochet Up Some Sunshine!

Banish the winter blues with a sunny pattern from Weldon’s

Rules for Teaching a Child to Tat

Teaching a child to tat in the oppressive Oklahoma summer heat presents certain challenges. Here are a few rules to keep in mind to make the experience more enjoyable for all involved.

Those Weird Victorians! The Origin of Knitting Poem

We’re thrilled to bring you the poem “The Origin of Knitting,” published in London in 1849.

You Need to Try Tatting: Tat a Winter Star

This beautiful delicate star is worked in two rounds—one for the center and one for the points of the star.

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Roman Fever and Intertwined: A Crimson Insertion

Take a peek into the intersection of literature and craft with this snippet of a short story and a pattern!

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Sewn in America: Making

In the second of a three-part series, the author looks at the many sewing duties most women performed regularly, and the technology developed in the nineteenth century to assist them—part of an upcoming exhibition at the DAR Museum in Washington, DC.