I would have, but I was terrified it was full of moth lavae. It went straight in the dustbin!
I was really keen to get my spangle scarf finished so I could wear it if I had to venture out in the forecast storms for today. I watched a stupid amount of TV yesterday and knit frantically to finish it. I have now watched so many episodes of Stargate that the first thiing I […]
Here’s another from my back catalog. This is from Jaeger’s JB35 Siena book and is on the front cover…I seem to have a habit of knitting what’s on the front cover … maybe the best garments are chosen for the cover?? I found this to be a very challenging knit – the only lacy thing […]
This is a lovely book to play with, like me, if you like to knit tiny fiddly things! The photography and layout are inspiring and easy to use. The garments are varied but an awful lot of tops – I was hoping for more trousers and skirts and more tailoring – there are hundreds of […]
After my horror at the colour run with Ben’s Brooklyn jacket I’m not enthused sewing it up. I usually sew up really fast because I’m excited to see the end result – bah. To make myself feel better I have rewarded myself with a cheerful “easy” project I’ve been hankering after. From Knitting- WIP From […]
I have dozens and dozens of knitted garments – where do I start? I think, I should tell you what I’m doing right now and, when it gets boring (during the endless rows to finish the second sleeve – yawn) I’ll pull another garment out of my “back catalog”…any better ideas I’d love to hear […]