About Elizabeth Bagwell

Elizabeth Bagwell Elizabeth is a keen knitter, occasional designer, enthusiastic traveler and a professional freelance writer. She spent three years working for British knitting magazine, Simply Knitting, and has also written for The Knitter and other craft titles. She blogs at:

Author Archives: Elizabeth Bagwell

What to Knit on Maternity Leave

August 19th, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

In her final post before heading on maternity leave, Elizabeth Bagwell talks about what you can hope to achieve in

How to Store Knitwear

August 18th, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

Don’t ruin your hard work by storing your knitwear badly. Elizabeth Bagwell has easy yarn care tips for you. For

Yarn Bombing: It’s Officially a Word

August 10th, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

The Oxford English Dictionary agrees: yarn bombing and yarnstorm are real words. Elizabeth Bagwell is updating autocorrect. Founded in 1857,

Help, I’m running out of yarn!

August 3rd, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

It’s something every knitter dreads and every knitter encounters. Elizabeth Bagwell offers 7 things to try when you unexpectedly run

6 more knitting superstitions

July 22nd, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

Common sense or nonsense? Elizabeth Bagwell uncovers some more knitting superstitions. After writing about the Sweater Curse last week, I’ve

How to Make a Finished Knit Longer

July 15th, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

Don’t throw out that too-short knit! Elizabeth Bagwell describes ways to make a hand-knit or even a store-bought sweater longer.

What to knit during a heatwave

July 7th, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

The British summer is off to an unusually fierce start. Wilting knitter, Elizabeth Bagwell, has some tips to help you

Knitting In Croatia

June 23rd, 2015 | by Elizabeth Bagwell

Knitting in public is a daily occurrence in the old Croatian city of Zadar. Elizabeth Bagwell investigates. Knowing I would

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