A New Knitting Gossiper

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Hi there. My name is Sarah and I’m pleased to be your new knitting editor here at Craft Gossip!

I’ve been following this website for many years and my “gossip” has been shared on the knitting, felting and sewing pages in the past. You might already know me as the Guide to Knitting for About.com, but if you don’t, that’s OK, too. I’ve been working on that site, full of free patterns, tutorials and reviews, for more than five years, but I jumped at the opportunity to come over here and share even more knitting goodness with you.

I hope to bring you all the best in knitting news, share free patterns and techniques, give away lots of great stuff and get to know all of you, what you’re knitting and what you need help with, too.

When I’m not knitting or reading or writing about knitting, I also love to sew, though I’m not very good at it, and craft with and for my daughter, who’s about to turn three. (Eeek!) I share what we’ve been working on, as well as my unending quest for the perfect homemade playdough, at my blog, which I call Our Daily Craft even though I don’t post every day. I’ve also recently gotten into art journaling and smash books; we’ll see if that lasts longer than any attempt to scrapbook in my life ever has (which is not very long).

I’m the author of one book about knitting and felting, Picture Yourself Felting Your Knitting, and am at work on another one, all about knitting for babies, that’s due out next year.

But enough about me! I just wanted to drop in and say hi before I get busy sharing all the knitting gossip I know. I’m so glad to be here.

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  1. KittenWithAWhiplash says

    Welcome Sarah, and please, if you can, pass on my thanks to Terrye for her several years of great work here at CG Knitting. I hope all is well with her, and wish her the best in her future endeavors.

  2. says

    Hello Sarah!
    It is nice to get to know you through your description and the work that you have shown from what you have done so far!
    I look forward to the new knit gossip news delivered by you!
    I wish you lots and lots of wonderful discoveries when each day is filled with excitement!

  3. Pat H. says

    Welcome, I hope you will add lots of loom knitting projects to the posts. I, and many others, love to knit with a loom because as we get older we just can’t hold onto knitting needles very well any more. With carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis in the aging population we have to give up knitting or adapt. After dropping needles all the time while trying to make a scarf discovering the round looms was a blessing. Since typing has become a way of life with texting and computing many more people will develop hand problems in years to come. They will be glad you shared info about this great way to knit.

  4. says

    Thanks, everyone! Terrye is doing well, as far as I know. She lives in a pretty remote part of the world and her Internet access is kind of sketchy so she was unable to continue. Pat, I will look for loom knitting information as well. I like to do it but don’t very often, so thanks for the request!

  5. Sophie says

    It is great to see CG Knitting so alive! Thank you! I totally enjoy your posts!

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