Although I can knit quite easily with DPN's (see pics above), for the life of me I cannot get started with them. I've seen endless tutorials with all the sticks in a nice order, and nice words reassuring me that all I need to do is line them up and knit. I suspect the pictures… Continue reading Untamed DPN’s
I thought it was time to rework/redesign Granny's Reticule, my intention was to use Twilleys Freedom Echo dk, 100% recycled cotton, I'd won the bid for it on eBay which suprised me, but I think it was because the yarn was listed as Blue, I've always thought of it as Denim, I'm convinced Denim sells… Continue reading Denim Yacht Pot
Chris started it, I wasn't even thinking about...erm...*whispers* Christmas, he decided he'd like to knit a scarf, I nonchalantly suggested he might knit one for Mater & Pater, well two obviously, but I meant one each. Before I knew what was happening, Chris had chosen the yarn he'd like to use, I'd ordered it, the… Continue reading Only 150 days until . . .
Hand knitted versions of six Lincolnshire parish churches will go on display at Lincoln Cathedral in August. The knitted churches have all been hand-crafted by community groups as part of the artsNK managed Woolly Spires project and will be on display from August 1 to 30. The exhibition includes one church from each district of… Continue reading Knitted Blessings
I decided to update the pattern for the Rustic Coin Purse design, except the update turned into a complete re-design! I've kept the listing for the old design, but renamed the new one to avoid confusion. Chris can take the credit for the new name, he was knitting with neon acrylic yarn at the time,… Continue reading Nova Rusticana Purse
I first released the pattern for the Raspberry Ripple bag in 2013, it's one of my favourites, but I didn't do it full justice at the time because I used *whispers* acrylic yarn...I wasn't too impressed with the original pic either, so a new one was taken in 2016... Well there is now a new… Continue reading Another Serving of Raspberry Ripple!