DO YOU NEED SHAWL PINS THIS CHRISTMAS? | Practically everyone knits shawls these days right? You have used your nicest yarn, worked your butt of to managed that complicated lace stitch and the finished shawl is just to die for… but why stop there? Bling it up with a shawl pin! Have you heard of… Read More
It’s sunny here today and even tho its still cold oputside that makes me think of springtime…and what yarns I have in my stash to knit with this Easter. So I thought I would flash some stash spring themed yarns today… So first up I have a local hand dyer – Dye Candy – Lindsay AKA Hutch… Read More
As part of my 2016 goal for one pattern published a month I’m playing catch up…but last week I published my 6th pattern. I have a few more in the pipeline so watch this space!
Today on the blog I’m excited to welcome Jenny from Townhouse Yarns! You may have seen my recently published Fljót shawl. For this design I used the Townhouse Yarns Fade St 4-ply Can you tell everyone a little background about Townhouse Yarns and how you got started…
Well hello again folks..and very Happy New Year to you all!! Did you make any new years resolutions? If you did have you been sticking to them? Or perhaps not? Did you know by now (mid January) most people have got out of the habit and drifted back into their old ways. So this year… Read More
This is a technique to create a seamless join. This method is great for seaming toes of top-down socks, baby garments and any join where you don’t want to see a join. Kitchener stitch is also referred to as grafting and is the process of weaving together two sets of stitches that are still on the… Read More