First, there was the skein. The ball of yarn. The one and only. One Skein. The One Skein Wonder. One Skein Wonders (the book, not to be confused with One Skein Wonder, the pattern. Don’t make me post a responsive … Continue reading
Category Archives: bitch
In the April edition of KnitNet (I know, it’s the end of July; I only happened to look today) we have a pretty brief editorial based on the theme of “no good deed ever goes unpunished”. This moral is supported … Continue reading
Did you ever want to publish a meme, but… louder? Simple. Instead of blogging the most popular hits and search terms used to reach your website, issue a press release.
Okay. Years ago — like, four, five? — I was going to put a haiku submission form on my website. No, really, because it was just such a cool thing for knitters to sit around making up little poems about … Continue reading
Lil’ Kim says she wants to take up knitting in prison in order to make things like Martha Stewart’s famous prison poncho. [from transcript provided by Critical TV, via Gawker] Well, this is a woman who has been featured on … Continue reading
Just in case you were one of those who were being optimistic about the editorial direction of Knitter’s magazine: XRX is a publisher most commonly known for KNITTER‚ÄôS Magazine, an important periodical for serious knitters. KNITTER‚ÄôS attracts the higher-end, designer-conscious … Continue reading
Time is running out on your opportunity to buy this dress. (Found via LJ crochet_snark. I’m sure that somewhere, there’s a garter stitch equivalent.) (Yes, I wanted to offend your sensibilities.)
Because, as you know, everything on the Internet containing the words “stitch” and “bitch” is bound to be an infringement of the US-registered STITCH & BITCH CAFE trademark (yes, that’s sarcasm) and no ISP wants to get blamed for it, … Continue reading
Woolgathered. Again, another online magazine along the very same lines. I need to finish writing the next instalment about the great online-magazine-no-compensation-for-value toboggan ride.
What Not to Crochet. The cape in the December 9 entry is the crochet version of the LB Homespun cape that was on the “fake” advertisement cover of Vogue Knitting (the issue that looked like it had a purple thing … Continue reading