Afternoon! I hope today is treating you well. Seeing as it’s a Friday and I’m blitzing through admin today, one of the things I had on the to do list was ‘publish Cornhill’. So it’s done. You can find it here on Ravelry: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cornhill It’s a very simple shawl (or scarf) which uses 400m of… Read More New pattern alert! (Cornhill)
Now that all five shades have been revealed (and thankyou for the lovely response) I thought it’d be helpful for you to see a gallery of them all together, which I hope will make choosing colour combinations easier Bear in mind that Milburn 4ply does also work well alongside Askham 4ply and hand dyed bases… Read More Gallery: the new shades
..this beautiful soft sandy gold: Autumn Fields. This came off the back of wanting a gold-ish shade, and being inspired by it going nicely against yesterday’s colour. It’s actually not that easy to photograph, I’m finding. But anyhow. The colour comes from my love of autumn really. Ok, before I say any more I have… Read More Aaaaand the third new colour is..
Unveiling our new yarn colours!… Read More Unveiling the new yarn colours
Celebrating Drift: with a gallery of FOs from the collection.. … Read More Celebrating Drift
This squooshy scarf is Hetton by Tracey Todhunter.. it’s a simple enough pattern but the stitches make it really cosy. It’s perfect for colder days. This pink sample is made using Whitfell DK in Fuchsia and took four 50g balls. It’s also perfect for two 100g skeins of any other DK. This green version is… Read More Pattern Inspiration: Hetton
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!