How-to Links

Stuck on a project or need to learn something new for your current project and can't pop by the store for a lesson? Here are some of our favorite and the most helpful knitting how-to experts we have found - we compiled them all just for you!

Very Pink Knits
Staci has so many amazing videos to help with certain stitches, skills and more you might need a quick refresher on. 

We love how approachable Andrea's teaching style is and we think you will find her tutorials super helpful!
Kate is an award-winning Scottish knitwear designer and her tutorials are amazing!
Ysolda Teague
Ysolda has a few videos on more difficult knitting skills as well as one on indigo dyeing!
Purl Soho
Purl Soho has a ton of great videos that show different pattern ideas, helpful tips and more.
Sewing Resources:
Not sure where to start on your sewing journey? Annika has several helpful tutorials and resources for you!
Sew Liberated
One of our favorite sewing pattern designers. Meg has great tutorials and hacks for the patterns we know and love. 
Gertie’s New Blog for Better Sewing
Retro style AND she’s writing a book!
He’s a quilter, a dad, designs patterns, and runs an ezine.
Tula Pink
Tula’s been a designer for Moda for years and has released several now-hard-to-find collections. She quilts, sews, designs, and shares a bit of her process and inspiration. We've linked here to some of her free patterns.
Alright, so it’s not a dress every day, but if you love vintage patterns, circle skirts, and pockets, check it out.
Jess sews for herself, her home, and her family, with great photos documenting all of it!
The blog for the fabulous pattern designer/brand! We carry Oliver + S patterns and, now, the adorable book!
Sewing, quilting, plus some other projects (including melted crayons and woodworking!)
Lovely modern quilts, which make great use of solids!
A plethora of projects, including the fabulous Buttercup Bag!
Zoe is the creator of the popular online challenges called Me-Made-May which ask sewers / knitters / crocheters / refashioners to wear hand-created clothing every day for a month. These are her explorations into sewing and refashioning.