Elsewhere: Big-screen sweaters, Japanese denim and knitted pie

Elsewhere — links for knitters, sewers, slow fashion advocates

Happy Friday! I know it’s been awhile since my last links list, but this one’s got something for just about everyone—

How to knit a pie crust

— “‘The Lighthouse’ Is a Film About Men Arguing In Moldy, Beautiful Sweaters” (thx, Deepa!) (lower photo)

Tender Buttons, RIP

— A must watch: This gorgeous 6-minute documentary on denim in Japan (upper photo)

Vogue Knitting has announced Launch Pad: A Small Business Development Program with an emphasis on providing resources for entrepreneurs from marginalized groups to help increase diversity in our industry

The “Invisible Jumpers” photo project is now a book! (thx, Alyssa)

“There are no regulations” (via Clara)

Great interview with Quince’s Leila Raven about her career path and design process

What if all fashion schools took field trips to landfills?

— and this mini-Stonecrop cardigan is too darling

IN SHOP NEWS: We’ve got the new MDK Field Guide, No. 13: Master Class with patterns by Kaffe Fassett, as well as a limited-edition set of drawstring bags we’re calling Stash Bags sewn from collected miscuts, in a variety of sizes and colors. They’re sturdy canvas, endlessly useful and priced to sell! (At least one size is actually already sold out …)

Have a happy weekend, everyone—

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10 thoughts on “Elsewhere: Big-screen sweaters, Japanese denim and knitted pie

  1. Thank you Karen for this wonderful treat! The film about Japanese denim inspires me to value what is truly beautiful in the things we wear.

  2. I live in Nova Scotia where they filmed the Lighthouse! Let me tell ya, they both wore some delightful knits to the neighbourhood bar after shooting too. That article was a delight.

  3. I loved the video about Japanese denim weaving! Then I did a little bit of research on Zimbabwe cotton production and I found a reliance on pesticide use that was contaminating water and air and is a health and environmental danger. Sigh.
    (After watching The True Cost last night, it’s changed how I view textile production….)

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