12 Days

We hope you have all had a wonderful holiday season. We are delighted to be able to introduce you to Toby Roxane — a wonderfully talented young designer. We will be carrying all her patterns and ebooks. If you look at the patterns you will see they run the gamut …

Gifts That Lead to Gifts

Have you ever wanted to give a gift to someone who Has everything they would want Knows how to make most anything they would want? Is your future mother-in-law? Think of having to cook for Julia Child. I know all about how gut-wrenching such a proposition might be so you …

Who Doesn’t Love a Convertible?

Summer is here and so are the new Signature Convertibles. This is a new concept so please allow me to explain: We are now offering circulars that are convertible to other lengths within a size which allows for flexibility and more than one use for your needles. If I had …

Signature Double-Pointed Needle Cast-On with Susan B. Anderson

Hi, Signature Needle Arts Fans, if you follow me at all on my blog , Twitter @SusanBAnderson, Facebook, or Instagram , you will already know how much I love my Signature circular needles and sets of double-pointed needles. Through my knitting and photography my devotion to the Signature Needles shines …

How To Series: Part One: Magic Loop & 2 Circulars with Kate Atherley

Guest Blog Post by: Kate Atherley, Magic Loop & 2 Circulars Although double-pointed needles were the traditional solution for knitting in the round, circular knitting needles, invented in the late 19th/early 20th century, provided an excellent and convenient way to work larger pieces in the round. Before their invention, knitters …

Spring or Is it?

We have had such a cold and miserable and WET time the past few months. Rain and roof leaks and folks here with water in finished basements. Honestly last week we had snow showers. And then yesterday (the last day of April) when I walked out of the office We …

Smaller crickets we raise

If Only Crickets had Hair

When Signature was quite new we had a customer who took the chance and returned for more and more needles. She is from a part of Michigan that was going through some hard times and we became acquainted by email over the years.  Last year when we auctioned off the …

Winner upon Winner

When Super Storm Sandy hit everyone here felt so bad for all the people affected. We even had a direct link since we were working with the final steps of the Lacey Arches pattern by the famous designer Shirley Paden Bernstein and getting the sample to be finished and delivered. …

Here and Back

It is pretty obvious that my New Year’s Resolution should be to do a better job of keeping up with the blog. It is not that nothing has happened, but that lots has. Everything from holiday hilarity (think dogs eating whole plates of summer sausage) to engagements to meeting special …

Almost a Super Hero

Packing is being completed for our trip to Stitches East in Hartford, Connecticut, which runs from Thursday October 10th to Sunday October 14th. A truck is taking the product and Daniella, Laura and I will be flying. Many of you ask if needles can be brought on flights and we always say …