Wooly Links is a round up of the best knitting, spinning, and crochet links I find on the web. The collection goes out every week in the With Wool Weekly newsletter. You can sign up to get the newsletter full of Wooly Links and other good stuff every week here.
Clare Devine of knitsharelove.com is conducting an experiment to try out sock yarns spun without the added durability of nylon. I’m curious to see how it turn out.
Halloween is behind us but the amazing skeletons crocheted by Caitlin McCormack from discarded textiles deserve a look no matter the time of year.
Looking to expand your stranded color work library? Tin Can Knits has some suggestions to help get you started.
“A Day in the Life of a Fiber Mill Owner” is an interesting behind-the-scenes look at running a fiber mill.
And here’s a look at the commercial process of skeining and prepping yarn for yarn shops.
The Sheep Spot newsletter has a great article on different methods to reduce striping in handspun yarn and fabric.
I love the colors and strong stripes of the crochet Tangram Wrap from One Dog Woof.
Here are some simple printable gift tags for when you finish up all that gift knitting.
Ambah O’Brien shared a tutorial for making ombre pom-poms which look like a lot of fun. I’m tempted to make a few as ornaments.
I’ve been enjoying Felicia Lo’s new vlog, Taking Back Friday, which covers her current knitting and weaving projects, yarny events, and her thoughts on making. Check it out.
A nearly invisible knitting increase is a good thing to know. Knit.Love.Wool demos her favorite version in a top down yoke.
The pattern for the Fox Isle Socks is just too cute. It would definitely scratch that color work itch.
Need a little fiber arts inspiration? Rebecca Mezoff shares her favorite sources for fiber art inspiration and the comments are full of good stuff too.
A solid gift guide for the knitters and crocheters in your life. And yourself too.
And now for something completely different... is about the other interesting stuff I find online. Sometimes it's photography, art, science, crafty goodness, or a good story.
Dennis Cherim’s The Coincidence Project is an ongoing series of exceedingly well-timed photos that you’ll have to look at twice.
To help get you into the winter spirit, take a look at First Snow.
War and Pieced documents wartime quilts sewn by soldiers from military uniforms. I would love to see this in person.