Liz is a graphic and web designer, doing business under the name Polymath Solution. She is also an artisan, working mostly (but not exclusively) in fiber arts. She has designed and taught knitting, other fiber arts and chain mail for over 20 years.
Introduction to Chain Mail is her first book. She is also working on a series of knitting ebooks, Knit Suite. The first two books, Kitchener Stitch and American Abbreviations, are available.
Liz lives in a house in the woods in New England with two mostly grown children, a silly lizard and a cat who hasn't chosen itself yet.
Since 2010, author Liz Cademy has written The Aspie Parent blog, with tips for parents of kids with Aspergers Syndrome, parents who have Aspergers, and general essays about Aspergers. This ebook collects posts and comments from the first two years of the blog into one volume.
Tips for Adults
Help for Teens
This short ebook lists knitting abbreviations used in America. Other countries, even other English-speaking countries, use different abbreviations.
This ebook is part of the Knit Suite series of booklets on knitting techniques.
Kitchener Stitch (weaving, grafting) is a useful technique used to invisibly join two pieces of knitting, such as at the toe of a sock. This short ebook provides a quick reminder of the steps, plus detailed photos and instructions for each step. The ebook fomat means you can keep the instructions with you on your e-reader, tablet or smartphone so you have them with you wherever you are knitting.
Adapted from the teaching materials for the author's popular classes, Introduction to Chain Mail teaches the beginner how to make three basic chain mail weaves. The book covers the information you need to start making mail, including tools, materials, and sources. The book is heavily illustrated.