I would have, but I was terrified it was full of moth lavae. It went straight in the dustbin!
Lots to catch up with! I started a great new job after Easter which hasn’t left me a lot of energy for blogging…I have been knitting though! I seem to have finished off a few accessories so I’ll show you those and save the exciting trip I took for my next post 😉 Sugary Stripe […]
This story starts when the lovely Blacker Yarns asked if I’d like a sample of their new Westcountry Tweed yarn – I said, “Yes please!” The story ends with this little guy… For those of you who don’t know Blacker Yarns, They are ethical, UK producers of 100% Pure, natural British yarns, products and patterns. […]
An unblogged project made it’s way into my 8th Blogiversary post – shocking! High time I told you all about it don’t you think? The cowl in question is “The Purl Soho Stitch Block Cowl” – a beautiful cowl using 3 different slip stitch patterns and written to use Purl Soho’s own Worsted Twist yarn. […]
I’ve just been looking at writting my Blogiversary post, summarizing the year’s knitting, and realized with horror – there are some projects I’ve never photographed or blogged! So here is a quick and dirty blog post of the ones I missed, Completed Knit Reports at the end… The Little Red Hat… A project to use up […]
Save The Children think I’m a popular and “on trend” knit blogger! In fact I am, apparently, one of the Knitterati!! With flattery like that, how could I say, “No” to their invitation to spend an evening with them and Debbie Bliss at their “Mary’s Living and Giving” shop in Primrose Hill, North London? Save the […]
I’ve really enjoyed the burst of creativity in making my Conservatory Cushion and I love the logic bound technique for combining the colours. Fabulous pattern 🙂 Here’s the finished creation… From Double Vision Cushion And in place in the conservatory… From Double Vision Cushion The slightly different gauge yarns I used (all apparently DK weight) […]
I’ve accidentally designed a cushion! I’ve had a bit of a sore elbow – tendonitis probably. A friend of mine suggested knitting with my right arm resting on a cushion , and having a project on thick needles handy to alternate with the fine Kidsilk Haze project. The fine finger movements of tiny metal needles […]