Seasonal Slow Knitting Thoughtful Projects for a Handmade Year By Hannah Thiessen
A guide to knitting, making, and living a slow and thoughtful lifestyle all year long
Slow Knitting introduced crafters to a process of more mindful making through ﬁve basic tenets: source carefully, make thoughtfully, think seasonally, experiment fearlessly, and explore openly. Now, this seasonal approach encourages knitters to delve deeper into those concepts, applying them to everyday making through a series of essays, projects, and patterns that explore the life of a knitter throughout the year. Organized similarly to a seasonal planting guide or farmer’s almanac, each chapter and section is designed to identify and encourage small ways that knitters may begin to employ noticeable change: organizing your yarn stash, carving out time for knitting, and starting on that baby blanket in a timely manner. The ideas explored here add up to a fuller, more mindful year, all through the joyful experience that is knitting.
About the author
Hannah Thiessen is an experienced knitter, knitwear designer, teacher, and author of Slow Knitting. She lives in Nashville.