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Colours and Textures

Having decided to abandon my comfort zone and buy some yarn I would never normally work with in the form of the Arizona Dreams kit from Colinette, I decided to go the whole hog and knit it using a stitch that I would usually never consider – a form of broomstick lace. 118 more words



Through my yarn journey I’ll be adding in links to the stitches I use here. The name of the stitch will be attached to a tutorial link and the photo is attached to the blog post you can find that particular item on. 11 more words


The first of many

Broomstick lace is a beautiful stitch. I fell in love with it while making a simple bracelet.

I loved the stitch so much I made my first scarf with it. 51 more words


Broomstick lace

Here I’ll show you how to make this cuff as a way of learning the broomstick lace crochet stitch. Even though it looks intricate it’s actually quite a simple stitch so jump in and give it a go. 715 more words



I like the Broomstick Crochet stitch sometimes called the Peacock stitch so when I came across  the Peacock Eye/ Feather  motif  I was joyous :-) 110 more words

Try something new! Broomstick lace

There are many different ways to needle lace: lace knitting, lace crocheting/Irish lace, tatting, hairpin lace…I have tried all of those, but never the mysterious sounding broomstick thingy. 287 more words


Sapporo Scarf

Sometimes I find a beautiful skein of yarn and only later decide what it might become. That’s what happened with this Rowan Baby Alpaca DK. It was on offer a while back in a big outlet shop and I picked up a couple of skeins. 253 more words