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Pattern Round Up

Pattern Round Up – May 2016

  I don’t know about you, but here in Brighton those past few weeks have been glorious; warm sunny days are back in our lives along with afternoons down the beach, garden parties and the whole town is pulsing to this pre-summer vibe we all love so. However, as we also know too well, sunshine in UK never Read the full article…

Feature

YAKcardi: Baby Knit Kits

  I don’t know about where you are but in Brighton there are babies being born left, right and centre. I personally don’t know much about babies themselves but what I do know is that there isn’t anything much cuter than baby clothes. They’re quick to knit, don’t take much yarn and of course make Read the full article…

Pattern Round up June

Pattern Round Up | June

  It is hotting up here in Brighton and I took my first dip in the sea yesterday! We all know however that is neccessary to take advantage of such weather here in the UK when we can because right on queue it is now raining again. But personally I’m more than happy to have the Read the full article…

Deep Water Feature

In Deep with Portuguese Wool

This is my Deep Water shawl. Knitted in Beiroa the newest addition to the YAK shelves. Wool like it should be with the smell of sheep permeating. This yarn is spun from the fleece of Bordaleira sheep who live on the slopes of the Serra da Estrela, Portugal’s highest mountain range. It is a single ply yarn, rustic with Read the full article…

Pattern Round Up

Pattern Round Up | January

  It’s been a busy January here at YAK headquarters as you may have gathered but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been ogling the latest patterns that have appeared on Ravelry this month. It was clearly a great start to the year because there were so many I could have gone for this month but Read the full article…

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Pattern Round Up | September

  I am hoping to make this a regular monthly feature, a pattern round up of some of my favourite patterns from the previous month along with some yarny inspiration. September is always a great month for new patterns, autumn is on the horizon and the light cotton is being put away in favour for Read the full article…