Here’s a randomised collage of all the colours that’ll be in tonight’s update. I hope it’ll be helpful for you with choosing colours. :)… Read More ALL the colours!
The full preview of tomorrow’s update is now here!… Read More August Update Preview..
A couple of weeks ago, and just a week after Fibre East, we were back out at The British Wool Show at York Auction Mart. It was a lot of fun and lovely to see so many of you. I’m not sure what’s happening next year, but hopefully we’ll be there again! Here’s a snapshot…… Read More Round Up: The British Wool Show 2016
The other night we went out for dinner and I wore this shawl, so it reminded me I should feature it on the blog. It’s had a lot of compliments at shows as well – it’s called Sister Syster and is by Asa Tricosa. As you can see, it’s a clever design. It flows both in… Read More Shawl Love: Sister Syster
In case you’re thinking of going to Fibre East.. I can recommend it! This year was our first year at this show – we actually almost went in a previous year then had to cancel due to a family wedding, so it felt like it’d been a long time coming. There are sheep.. here’s regal… Read More Round Up: Fibre East 2016
This is Masgot by Justyna Lorkowska. It’s been at lots of shows with me over the past year (I finished it in Nov 2015) and had a lot of compliments. It has a simple construction, is fun and relaxing to knit, and it’s great to wear. The yarns I used are: 2 x Milburn 4ply… Read More Shawl love: Masgot
A short while ago I posted an Instagram video of me working brioche. Why? Because I knit and purl using my left hand for the yarn, ie. Continental style, and I t’s particularly well-suited to brioche leading to a very fluid and fast movement compared to working it with the yarn in my right hand.… Read More Brioche.. Using Continental knitting & purling