Monthly Archives: September 2012

St.Abbs Wool-Festival

Do you know where this is? I took this picture a couple of years ago on a visit to a little village on the east coast. Standing on the headland looking out to sea, I found this fascinating sculpture. I … Continue reading

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Making Progress with my range of colours

As well as mixing and picking the preferred colours for my yarns, I’ve also been given the very good advice by a friend to knit up some samples to show the distribution of colour and the stitch definition. This is … Continue reading

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Exciting times ahead

Loads of things seem to happen at the moment and interesting contacts are made. I don’t really want to say anything at this point, in case nothing comes of it, but it is all yarn/knitting related. Three exciting projects are … Continue reading

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No Parking

It’s the birthday of a good friend of mine today and I knitted her this: Julia Malle is a glass-artist who often incorporates maps in her work and gets the occasional parking ticket. Happy Birthday, Julez!

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Dyeing sample skeins

  This weekend I have been busy making sample skeins from the colours I have created so far.   My new favourite green   Selecting the colours to dye next   Drying off the skeins   A little mishap. This … Continue reading

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