What a delight it is to find those minutes in sewing when something apparently mind boggling ends up being simple!

Those are the minutes that sewing legend Barbara Walker endeavored to discover as she originally figured out how to weave. Discovering shading work’s bobbins and different strands of yarn bulky, she built up a slip-join strategy she called “Mosaic Knitting,” a smart method to make detailed, beautiful examples utilizing just essential fastens (sew, slip and sporadically purl). Before long, she was remaining up late into the night creating many unique mosaic themes, guided exclusively by her creative energy.