Pattern Round Up, November 2019

Pattern Round Up – November 2019

Autumn and especially November is always a highlight for pattern releases. Not only is it the season for getting all you knitwear out to wear with pride but also the evenings are drawing in and the pull towards your needles is strong. Add to that the impending holiday season and you’ve got yourself the perfect Read the full article…

Instagram, People To Follow, Shiny Super Hero, Maga De Lange, Indre Witnterrain, Ashlee Elle

People To Follow

Feeling over-saturated while scrolling down your Insta feed is pretty easily done. Every now and then however we are stopped in our tracks by some amazing accounts. Here follows a small selection of our favourite ones. © Shiny Super Hero We recently came across the fabulous account of Shiny Super Hero and like everyone else Read the full article…

Pattern Round Up, October 2019, YAK, Dani Sunshine Sari Nordlund, Christina Danaee, Kelly G, Becky Baker, Bristol Ivy

Pattern Round Up – October 2019

Some amazing patterns in this month Round Up ranging from statement jumpers to cozy winter accessories. ©   Dani Sunshine Starting strong here with the beautiful Unity jumper. Designed by our beloved teacher Dani Sunshine, this statement piece is knitted seamlessly from the top down. For hers Dani used Nuit and Genet from the Gilliatt range. Read the full article…

Completed Project, Love Note, Tin Can Knits, Hinterland, Life in the Long Grass, Onion, Silk Kid Mohair

Completed Project – Kate’s Love Note

When Caroline, the wonderful dyer behind Life in the Long Grass sent me photos of their newest base, Hinterland, I had already knit myself a jumper in it in my mind before I had finished placing my order. ©   YAK As you might have already read in the Gotland episode of our Know your Sheep Read the full article…

Knit How, Trunk Show, Cover, Pom pom Quarterly,

Knit How – Trunk Show + Beginner Kits

Another month another Pom pom trunk show. This time we will be exhibiting the Knit How collection for only just two weeks! Since its release in November last year Knit How has established itself as the reference book for beginner knitters. Each chapter covers essentials techniques to take you from being a complete rookie to Read the full article…