Chemo Caps for charity – Drop them off!

WEBS is proud to work with The National NeedleArts Association in promoting their national campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer. Knit or crochet a chemo cap and you can mail it in or drop it off at our retail store at 75 Service Center Rd, Northampton MA. Choose your own pattern or use the patterns […]

Jillian’s Spinning: My Craftsy Class Is Live! Happy Camper 2014!

Lots of excitement today in my spinning world!

Today is the launch day of my Craftsy class Ply to Knit: Spin the Yarn You Really Want!

This class is a beginning plying class, but I bet more experienced spinners will find some helpful tips too. I talk about singles, 2-ply, 3-ply and chain ply, [...]

Emily Explains: Styling Knits for In-Between Weather

We’re in the middle of our Spring/Summer 2015 photo shoot right now (I can’t believe it!) and all I can think about is styling. Styling for the photoshoot (spring/summer style), styling for fall (what am I wearing?!?) and how to wear my beloved handknits with the rest of my wardrobe. This last one I find […]

Meet Our Newest Made in America Yarn, Country®!

It’s the first day of fall – a perfect day to introduce one of Lion Brand®‘s newest super-bulky yarns, Country®! A classic 2-ply super bulky yarn, this silky roving combines a palette of painterly striping colors with contrasting solid black or off-white shades. The colorways are aptly named after iconic American symbols and landmarks: Adirondack Green, Lobster, Campfire, […]

From Jared: Hawser Design Spotlight

I wanted to take some time today to share a bit about Hawser – one of my new designs in BT Fall 14. When I first started working on this garment, I hoped to adapt some of the qualities found in traditional fisherman sweaters into a more modern and flattering wardrobe item for women. Sometimes […]

knitter-producers and knitter-consumers

(This is a body and sleeves, knitted up on her machine by Ella Gordon, onto which I’m about to hand-knit a colourwork yoke. Hundreds of thousands of such garments were – and indeed still are – made in like manner in Shetland and elsewhere.) Thanks so much for your comments on the previous post. As […]