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This is my latest pattern Knit, Around which is a double sided, reversible cowl. Knit in 4ply / fingering weight yarn, the sample was knit in West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4ply which is currently one of my favourite yarns to work with. This pattern follows on from my sweater pattern Knit, Repeat, which I released[…]
This is my Mullion Skirt knitting pattern, it was previously only available in Knit Now magazine but I have just added it to my store. Mullion is knit in the round in one piece from the top down, the pattern includes 3 waistband options and it can be knit to any desired length. Using chunky[…]
Last year I said that this blog was going to be paused for a couple of months, well those couple of months turned (unintentionally) into quite a few months, it’s amazing how when you get out of the habit of doing something it gradually drifts off to the back of your mind. But the daft[…]
I realised the other day that I hadn’t yet updated the Fracture MKAL pattern into a single PDF, but it is now done and I had a few requests for written instructions so I have added those too. The final single pattern has been renamed Fractured Hearts and is now available to purchase on Ravelry.[…]
Time to start July with a splash of colour, this is my latest pattern – Tracks of my Rainbow Tears. This is a great project for using up small amounts of leftover bright coloured yarn, or you could do like I did and use some West Yorkshire Spinners signature 4ply in shade Rum Paradise. This[…]
I have a new pattern in the latest issue of Knit Now, this is Little Roar. This little top is knit in Sublime Yarns Evie which is possibly the softest yarn I have ever knit with, seriously it’s like knitting with clouds! The Little Roar pattern is sized from newborn up to 3 years and[…]
I usually try to keep my online knitting blog politics free, don’t worry I’m not going to launch into a rant now, but you probably know that the UK last week voted to leave the EU (I voted to remain) and that vote has had a seriously detrimental effect on the value of our currency.[…]
It’s a cold and damp day so here’s a bright rainbow shawl to brighten things up. This is my latest pattern Leaf Anatomy, knit in 4ply / fingering weight yarn it uses from 500 – 1200 yards of yarn. My sample was knit in Knitting Goddess 4ply Britsock in the printer ink colourwheel shades, I[…]