What Is a Feral Knitter?In 2003 I was setting up a Fair Isle color study sub-group of the Seattle Knitters Guild. A non-knitting friend, overhearing the discussion, asked me, apprehension thick in her voice, "Janine, WHAT is a feral knitter?" The name stuck. A feral knitter is someone who loves color knitting, playing with color combinations and garment shapes, and learning about construction and fit.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: I will be in Scotland from August 25 through September 24th! And because I am a one-person business that means that Feral Knitter will not be shipping while I’m away. Orders placed after 10 am Pacific time on Thursday, August 24th will be mailed out on September 25th. I apologize profusely for the inconvenience! Janine
Welcome to Feral Knitter!
My book—The Joy of Color—is now available! It’s a step-by-step workshop in a book, teaching you how to design your own, unique garments. I carry the full ranges of Jamieson’s Shetland Spindrift and Elemental Affects Fingering Weight Shetland yarns for Fair Isle knitting (or whatever else your imagination conjures!). Here you will find patterns for Shetland yarn, my favorite color tools, recommendations for fly tying, information about my teaching schedule, and more.
Enjoy your knitting!