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Bonny Lass

I think the project I’m most proud of lately is my Bonny. The pattern is by Tin Can Knits. I feel like the really get the everyday knitter and person to create designs that people of all sizes can wear comfortably on a daily basis. 107 more words


FO Friday-28th July

This time last week, I was not entirely sure that this post would ever happen. The sleeves of this cardigan caused me a mammoth headache, including me messing them up and having to frog the whole back of the cardigan to above where the sleeves began. 561 more words


WIP Wednesday-28th June

This week saw one WIP being completed fully-the socks using Drops Fabel yarn are completely finished now after being blocked. Since last week the weather has changed a lot, the temperature has halved and it is tipping with rain compared to the slightly too warm sunshine we had a week ago. 399 more words


Knitting W. I. P.

I have been taking a wee break from my sewing and focusing quite a bit on my knitting. I did tape together a PDF pattern that I am testing this morning, but I haven’t decided what fabric I shall be using for it yet. 323 more words


New Skills

I think I might be a process knitter.  I’m not really sure, though.  I can’t really imagine knitting something that I or some intended recipient wouldn’t use, so in that way I’m a practical knitter, but I’m also always eager to try the next thing.   618 more words


"Flax" by Tin Can Knits

It’s finished and my husband wore it on Friday!

I loved knitting Flax by Tin Can Knits!

Flax is a free pattern for a simple top down sweater with an interesting and different sleeve treatment called a grater sleeve. 250 more words


Blanket Policy

I have learnt from experience there are a few things a knitter should take into account when making things for babies.

  1. They grow really, really fast.
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