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3 years?

Blogging consistently has never been my forte; it’ll take you about 3 minutes to scroll down and confirm that if you don’t believe me! I’m not really ever sure what compels me to start or stop blogging, but I think this time it has to do with a feeling that i’ve lost touch with the world of writing. 268 more words


Colour your world

PANTONE 15-0343 Greenery was the colour of the year for 2017. Pantone colours is  one of the significant industry standards for colours and colour integrity. They are there to make money, yes, but they are also there to set standards, create ideas, inspire design in a visual world and all of that is important with yarn  and textile arts.  119 more words


Autumn colours

    You can see the complexity of Christine’s crescent  shawl in this picture and why she needs all her stitch markers. It’s the colour of the shawl which is important today. 171 more words


Crescent Shawl

Christine was knitting a crescent shawl this week. The photos do not do the colour and pattern justice. Christine has her stitch markers in because she is working out the increases in the pattern and there is some lacework in this shawl. 161 more words


second time yarn dyeing

This time I’m dyeing two skeins of Drops Flora, color off-white.

I’m using three colors of Wilton Gel Food Coloring Icing: Red Red, Orange and Golden Yellow. 81 more words

Yarn Dyeing

The Norwegian Knitters: From nanotechnology to yarn dyeing

With a master’s degree in nanotechnology for civil engineering, the woman behind Lille Rille Design – who specialises in hand dyed yarn – never in her wildest dreams ever thought she’d go straight from maternity leave with her youngest into a career of dyeing yarn. 868 more words


The potato experiment

What?! If you have not heard of my experiment you are probably thinking I must have lost my mind! Why would I want to talk to you about potatoes on a knitting blog? 466 more words