April 2019: I'm Sensing A Pattern

Elena Stonaker shows off the backside of her embroidery (so nerdy, we swoon). Photo by Kat Borchart in Knit Wit Issue 1.

Elena Stonaker shows off the backside of her embroidery (so nerdy, we swoon). Photo by Kat Borchart in Knit Wit Issue 1.

Here at Knit Wit, we spend so much time admiring the work and talent of so many other people, it can be easy to lose sight of what got us here in the first place: MAKING THINGS. Starting here—my home office in Los Angeles—and now—April 5th, 2019—all Knit Wit patterns are free to subscribing members.

Here’s the catch: I want us to connect, too. Not just you and me, but you and you. And you. And you. So if you’re making a Knit Wit pattern, please hop onto the members-only FB group and brag about it (or ask for help, we’ve got you); then, post your progress and your finished product on Instagram with our (sadly over-bombed—help me reclaim this one, eh?) tag #knitforwits. Let’s share and not lose sight of what makes making stuff on the internet so special—the community.

Nitty Gritty: You’ll find an archive of all Knit Wit patterns in the new “Pattern Library” page in this-a-here portal. Here’s a direct link. The patterns are intentionally NOT PDFs, because they’re for you, my awesome members, not for passing around all willy nilly to randoms (email me if this irks you, I’m happy to talk about the hard work and talented people that do into every shred on content on here). You can still print them out with a classic Command-P move.

Enjoy guys! Can’t wait to see what you cook up.

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