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Yarn enhancement

Nope, I was not in London for iKnit Fandango. Luckily, I have friends who were there and were kind enough to indulge my yearning for yarn (like I do not already have enough to last me two lifetimes!) and play yarn mule. 459 more words


Knitting Expat Podcast - Episode 10 - Loop & IKnit Fandango ...

Hello everyone … welcome to the tenth¬†episode of the Knitting Expat Podcast … today coming to you from my home back in Bahrain¬†… I’m hoping for this to be a way for me to get more involved with the online knitting community … so please do get in touch … I’d love to hear from you … so far I’ve been loving the interaction with other knitters from around the world that this new avenue has opened up to me … come join the fun … 1,039 more words


I did the Fandango


This weekend past I was at the I Knit Fandango, a fibre festival held in the Royal Horticultural Hall in London. I was there as First Minion to the lovely Linda of… 171 more words

Weird Wool Wednesday: some poiple you cannot trust

Perhaps if I photograph it fuzzy artyfarty…. perhaps it will make some sense…

Flax Skew. Striped Lammy Skew. Softspoken green Skew. Spicy striped green Skew. Mystery sock Coexist. 114 more words


Progress on Spring Brioche shawl.

I finished the long strip of light green. I used about 95 grams of the Wollmeise (which is a 150 grams skein). Its dimensions are 90 cm x 13 cm but it stretches to much more than that. 28 more words


Final studies for Spring Brioche Shawl and cast on.

Last weekend, as I was running out the door to go to that cat/wool party, I grabbed my silly little suitcase:

It looks terribly childish, especially next to… 1,645 more words


knitters' party: petting cats and wool

Yesterday I attended a knitters’ party where we were invited to pet Abyssinian cats:

How active this breed is! They want to know everything and they want to cuddle all the time. 1,570 more words