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Pattern Round Up, May 2019

Pattern Round Up – May 2019

Nothing beats Brighton in May. Days are getting warmer and with the hustle and bustle of the Fringe and Brighton Festival the whole city is buzzing with a great pre-summer vibe. The sunny days have also given us new ideas about what to wear and knit this summer. Here is our top 4 of this Read the full article…

April 2019, Pattern Round Up, Knitwear Design

Pattern Round Up – April 2019

April has been busy-busy for us! In between book launches and Yarn Shop Day we definitely had our fair share of fun. Many gorgeous patterns have also been released on Ravelry. Here follows a small selection of our top favourites. © Laine Magazine 1.Ystävä by Jonna Hietala First on the list is the beautiful Ystävä by Read the full article…

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Completed Project – Stockholm Sweater.

When planning for a new knitting project I usually look for patterns with interesting colour work or textured motifs. Something a bit challenging that can potentially teach me new tricks. However a few months ago it came to my attention that there was a gap in my clothing for a plain and simple jumper. Soon Read the full article…

Around the Web, February 2019, Permanent Style, New Yorker, Alexandra Lang, Bridget Harvey, Signe Riisom

Around The Web – February 2019

A woollen garment is something precious. Especially when it’s hand knitted. They are cherished items made to be worn proudly. We also know that with a bit of extra love and care they can last us for decades. Truth is, as fun as it is to show off your latest knits, the cleaning part of Read the full article…

Anna Maltz, Ruperto, Marlisle, Completed Project, Jacob, West Yorkshire Spinners, Fibre Co, Lore

Completed Project – Elodie’s Ruperto Scarf

As part of my New Year resolution I wanted to knit the scarf pattern from Anna Maltz book Marlisle – Ruperto. I really like the randomness of how the two colours come out when they are knitted together. Also winter finally came and I desperately needed a scarf! I chose to knit with the West Read the full article…