Tag Archives: Drops

Finally finished and ready to wear

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To the Power of 3

On the look-out for a new hat pattern? Look no further! Based on my latest finished objects – 3 in a row – I can thoroughly recommend Woolly Wormhead’s appropriately-named Skelter, which includes instructions for a range of sizes. The design includes … Continue reading

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Cold Feet?

What do you think of these knitted slippers? 3 super-soft pairs for 3 super-special people! Knitted in Drops Nepal (65% wool, 35% alpaca) following the Drops Chilli pattern (free download), I added hearts in Rico Sock Stop to create a non-slip base. … Continue reading

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Friday Finished Object – the cabled cardigan

There’s a nip in the air, accompanied by some early morning mists and mellow fruitfulness. Autumn is here … and I’ve finished my cabled cardigan to add some warmth! Want to see? This photo is the best colour match … This … Continue reading

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Friday Finished Object – the blue hap blanket

Thanks to a few days’ holiday with extra knitting time, and helped by the large scale knitting needles, this Hap Blanket project was completed in next-to-no-time! At just over a metre square, this will be a lovely squishy layer for those … Continue reading

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Knitting my own comfort blanket

What I really mean is … Knitting IS my comfort blanket. (The photo shows the current status of my Hap Blanket by Ysolda Teague, worked to a loose tension/gauge in a self-patterning yarn, Drops Big Fabel Print, on 9 mm needles) Some … Continue reading

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