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Mending Yesterday was the first day in I don't know how long where I wasn't in crisis mode. There wasn't any homework to be caught up on, no supplies needing to be bought, no promises that I needed to make good on; it felt rather weird. I looked around, trying to figure out what would be the best use of my time when my eye caught my Dad's sweater.
5 DIY Yarn Projects That Don't Require Needles! You can do a lot more with yarn than just knit - and if you've got lots of leftovers in your stash, it's a great way to use them up! We love this woven coaster tutorial from A Pretty Fix - such a quick, fun project to make, and a great way to use up DK yarn!
Work in Progress: all the chocolate Perhaps due to my constant craving for all things chocolate. My favorite is dark chocolate with any kid of nuts or dried fruit. What kind of chocolate person are you? ;-) Thanks for stopping by! Here I document my love for wool, knitting and spinning.
Free Pattern! 'Sweet Evelina' Set Knitted in Drops Delight Knitted in Drops Delight. This adorable knitted set by Drops includes a hat, jacket and socks, and is sure to be treasured! The jacket and hat patterns cover sizes 1-3 months to 2-3/4 years, and the socks pattern covers sizes 1-3 months to 2 years. You'll need the following materials for these patterns:.
Twirl ~ A Very Special Yarn This is a really special yarn. All the fibres are gathered from animals raised by Mary Pettis-Sarley on her California ranch. Mary raises sheep: California Variegated Mutant, Romney, Blue Faced Leicester, Wensleydale, Shetland and other cross breeds. She also keeps white, red, brown and grey goats, as well as Alpacas.
Blossoming time Thank you so very much for all of the kind comments on the previous post, I am still processing the amazing win and happily my wrist seems to be completely back to normal now, so knitting is back on the menu. After another cold snap bringing snow our way last week things have turned more spring-like here.
Home from EYF I'm home from another magnificent edition of the Edinburgh Yarn Festival and am just blown away. This was a tremendous year in terms of MAXIMUM JOY FACTOR, seeing lots of my favourite people, and getting to enjoy a truly inspiring marketplace emporium.
We interrupt this interruption… This is kind of the second part to accompany my last post. You see, when I interrupted all my other makes at the weekend to whip up that shawl, I also had to interrupt that make too because I had a holey emergency! Can you see it above in my little strawberry there.
Tips for keeping your crochet straight One question we are asked a lot is: "Why does my crochet go wiggly?" This is usually because you have either made too many or too few stitches in a row or ended it in the wrong place - or possibly both.
Quick Quick Easter Makes I frequently forget that over the years I have made loads of crochet patterns which are great for Easter. There are a number of patterns which are perfect for a non-chocolatey gift on this very blog. You are welcome. But also don't forget that my books also have some cute bunny makes.
Pompom Party: Spring Flowers for March! Tags: free pompom tutorial, free tutorial, how to make a pompom flower, pompom, pompom flower, pompom flower free tutorial, pompom maker:. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked. Comment. Name. Email.
Knit Now 86 now on sale! This month, we're bringing you a brilliantly British issue of Knit Now! I know I'm not supposed to have favourites, but I don't think it's any secret amongst my friends that I look forward to our annual Best of British special issue every year. In this issue each year, we celebrate the best British yarns and designers.
Stitched Together: Neath Valley Wools, Neath Is there a story behind the name?: Neath Valley Wools. Our wool shop is based in the beautiful Neath Valley and we wanted to give the shop a regional identity. Where is your shop and what is the neighbourhood like?: Our shop is located on the Glynneath High Street, just down the road from the stunning Pont-neddfechan Waterfalls.
Welcome to MillaMia Naturally Soft Super Chunky! If you love a super chunky, super soft merino wool yarn in a delicious range of colours, you will love MillaMia's newest yarn - Naturally Soft Super Chunky!
I'm feeling better…. I'm feeling much better, thank you very much. I was a very, very sick little boy. I was listless. I didn't eat. I threw up. I slept round the clock. I didn't jump on any furniture. I didn't even eat my poop. All my usual symptoms when Mommy goes out of town.
Weekend Interruptions Rather then try and stop it rolling, I decided to go with the flow and indulge in a quickie little weekend project. I didn't have enough yarn in any one colour to make Annette's pretty shawl, and I wanted to keep things simple, so I just selected a stitch pattern and used that to whip up a smaller, slim-line, crescent shaped little number.
10 Knitting Problems According to Instagram Tags: #knittingproblems, knitters on Instagram:. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked. Comment. Name. Email.
LoveKnitting Easter Egg Hunt Competition! To celebrate, join us on our first ever LoveKnitting egg hunt and win a $50/£50 gift card! Because we know that egg hunts are often reserved for the children in the family, we've decided to set one up - just for you! And of course, no egg hunt is complete without a superb gift waiting at the end!
In Search of the Perfect Oversized Sweater I have used the Commercial KAL on Stranded Podcast's Rav page to fuel my quest to re-make the sweaters of my youth. Basically, everything I am knitting is huge. I have wanted larger sweaters for a couple of years, but never seem to quite get my stuff to the right dimensions.
A Monday Moment…. A moment from the week…through the lens of my camera. spring springing::new smells smelling::bees buzzing::sun peeking::spring. a moment from the week…through the lens of my camera. spring springing::new smells smelling::bees buzzing::sun peeking::spring.
Year of Projects 7: Week 38 My apologies for the photos; this yarn photographs very oversaturated particularly in the yellow / orange tones. You'll have to take my word for it - the colourway is very pretty, and not as harsh as the photos suggest. There were lots of mods to get to this result.
FO: Tambourine cardigan I have had a busy week in which I did not spend much time at home. So my weekend was dedicated to finishing up a near FO. Most likely I've complained on this blog at length of how I'm not a fan of knitting things in pieces and having to sew them up.
World Poetry Day: Poems from Our Knitting Community Us knitters are certainly a creative bunch! It was a total joy to discover earlier this year, that so many of our knitters had a gift for weaving words in tribute to their favorite craft! From fun rhymes to intimate odes celebrate World Poetry Day 2018 with these fabulous poems!
Celebrate the first day of spring with patterns you'll love! At long last, on this side of the planet, it's spring - and with it, joyous spring knits and delicious shades to explore! Merion takes you on a spring journey of yarn and patterns! What does spring mean to you? For me, it's all about the change of light - brighter mornings and lighter evenings - and glorious sunshine!
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