November 12, 2019

Pranayama (breathing practices) are great ways to calm the nerves, quiet the mind, and reset the nervous system. When knitting we can get caught up in when we will finish a project, or knitting too tight because a pattern is complicated. No matter the reason you find yourself slipping from a place o...

December 15, 2018

Knitting is like yoga, a mindful exploration of the self. How you are on your yoga mat is how you are with your knitting and in your daily life. If you can't have your yoga mat askew, you may see that same tendency popping up in your craft. I oscillate between the desire to knit by the seat of my pa...

August 3, 2018

I was in yoga class the other day and we were playing around with this pose called Fallen Angel. It is an arm balance that starts in side crow, and then you move into this contorted position where your legs are pointing up towards the ceiling and your face is inches from the floor. By getting into t...

August 31, 2016

As knitters, we understand the importance of keeping our hands healthy so we can knit non-stop. When a tiny pain pops up we make sure to rest, and care for our hands and wrists so we don't cause lasting damage. Even the smallest repetitive movements made while knitting, texting, or typing on a compu...

February 6, 2016

When is the last time you shut off your phone, stepped away from your electronics or just didn’t say anything for a few hours? I’ve been finding myself drained lately and I have found what revives me the most is quiet time. Time where I’m not reading, not knitting, not doing anything and not saying...

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