So after a long hiatus for the winter, Any Stitch Will Get You There is back! Episode 7 features Sarah Wilson from The Sexy Knitter, and it is definitely worth the wait. Sarah is such an accomplished designer, and I’ve been a fan of her work since before I started knitting. Her sweaters, dresses, and skirts are so innovative and everything would be in my closet if I had all the hours to knit everything. Flip through a sample of her… Read more »

  For the 6th episode of Any Stitch Will Get You There, I am so excited to introduce you to Sarah from Knit York City. I met Sarah a few years ago when I was just learning how to knit. I didn’t know who she was, and I can’t remember what we talked about, but I remember that I was incredibly frustrated with knitting, and I left the conversation feeling very empowered. Since then, I’ve watched each of her pattern… Read more »

For the 5th episode of Any Stitch Will Get You There, I’m chatting with Dianna from Paper Tiger. Dianna was a full time knitting designer out of Seattle, but she recently moved to Norway for grad school! If you’ve seen any of her designs before, you can tell her designs are heavily influenced by Scandinavian designs. Click through to see some of her amazing work here: Dianna took some out of her schedule to chat with me about her love of colorwork… Read more »

For my fourth episode of Any Stitch Will Get You There, I am so excited to introduce you to Lauren from Girly Knits. Lauren has been knitting since she was nine, has a background in fashion design, and has been designing knitwear under Girly Knits for the last 4 years. Her designs are consistently some of my favorite – they’re feminine, flirty, and fashion forward. Scroll through some Lauren’s incredible designs: Lauren and I met up in Central Park one afternoon and… Read more »

For the third episode of Any Stitch Will Get You There, I am chatting with Sami, who blogs over at Trouble Knits. While she is starting to dip her hand into designing, Sami primarily started knitting as a form of self-care, as a way to feel normal. She learned as a young child, but didn’t really become a knitter until she was in college. We chatted one lovely afternoon about her experiences and what knitting means to her. Definitely give… Read more »