Do you teach?

Absolutely! I teach a variety of knitting and design-related topics around the Bay Area (and occasionally elsewhere). I’m always game to develop new courses specifically for your audience, but a lot of my existing curriculum focuses (unsurprisingly) on cable technique and theory, sweater design and knitting, pairing yarns and projects, and other topics you’ll see discussed frequently around here. If you’re a yarn shop or other organization and you’d like to talk more, email me at

Can I find your books and patterns in stores?

I participate in the Ravelry In-Store Sales program, so you can find my entire self-published catalog at any participating yarn store (they’ll sell you a digital copy for your Ravelry library, and print you a copy in the store). Certain of my printed patterns and books are available at select local yarn stores, including Uncommon Threads in Los Altos, California, and Cornwall Yarn Shop in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York. Interested in stocking my books or patterns? Please e-mail for more information.

where might i find you next?

I travel a several times a year to attend yarn and fiber festivals and events, and typically partner with small yarn companies whose yarns I’ve featured in recent designs. Usually, but not always, I’ll have samples, books, and patterns available at these events. You can see a more-or-less-complete, but always-a-work-in-progress listing on the “Events” page above, or keep your eyes peeled for announcements on my Blog or in my Newsletter.


Where else might i find you (electronically)?

I’m on Ravelry and instagram at @skrosenthal, and on YouTube at Sloane Rosenthal Knits. I keep a blog here on this website, and send a weekly newsletter which you can subscribe to here. My patterns are available for sale on Ravelry and (coming soon!) on

i have a question about one of your patterns. What do i do?

For all pattern support inquiries, the easiest way to reach me is by e-mail at

Where can i find that yarn you used that one time for that THing?

Wherever I can, I try to use yarns that are readily available. I’ll always link to the yarn I used in the blog post announcing that particular pattern, and on the main pattern page. You can also find yarn details for all of my projects on Ravelry.

I’m a yarn-maker or dyer, and i’d like to partner with you on a project. what’s next?

I’d love to chat about how we can work together! I love discovering new yarns, and I’m always looking for new folks to partner with on design collaborations. Just end me an e-mail at and we’ll get the ball rolling.