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From frogged to feet

When I acknowledged, reluctantly, that my yarn didn’t want to be a crocheted shawl after all, I set it aside while I decided what to make instead. Fast forward a few weeks, and a need for some simple, compact travel knitting prompted … Continue reading

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Easter egg decorations

I got a bit carried away with my Easter egg decorations this year … At least they are calorie-free! Have you made any spring decorations this year? I’d love to hear about them! Happy Easter! 🙂

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And now the successes!

My recent review of my WIPs and UFOs may have led to some unravelling, but I’m pleased to say it did also lead to some Finished Objects … Firstly, some plain socks in Zwerger-Garn-Opal 4-ply, purchased in Switzerland in November 2013, and started … Continue reading

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Upcycled

Hello! Do you want to see what I made from my inadvertently felted cardigan a couple of weeks ago? A few hours with scissors and sewing machine produced this little shoulder bag, lined with floral poly cotton fabric to lift the … Continue reading

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Hat – pompom decision!

Hello! Remember this hat? I decided to make a detachable pompom! Making the pompom detachable means the wearer has lots of options, including being able to wear the hat inside out if they want to ring the changes … I like … Continue reading

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3 hour hat!

Is it cheating to class this hat as a Finished Object? Adult size, made on 10 mm needles with James C Brett Marble Chunky, two strands held together, it took just under 3 hours! The free pattern is The Two Hour … Continue reading

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It’s a wrap!

  This yarn was one of my treasures from Wonderwool Wales in April, where talented silversmith Lyn Roberts was raising money and awareness for Target Ovarian Cancer. Although there was a pretty shawl pattern with the yarn, I really wanted a crescent shape, … Continue reading

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Impromptu hats

Following my recent visit to Sarehole Mill, I was inspired to make a hat … or 2! First onto the needles was this child’s beanie with a big pompom … It is made with Drops Nepal, a wool-alpaca mix, which … Continue reading

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Completed Cotton Top

Ta-dah! I’ve finished my Beachcomber cotton top! Capitalising on the satisfaction of finishing my socks, I was determined to complete another WIP before my motivation disappeared, and this seemed the most likely candidate. As you can see, it’s a simple T shape, … Continue reading

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Socks!

These socks have been on the needles for a while. A couple of rows here, another few rows there. Perfect travel knitting. The wool was from the Appenzell autumn market, and the understated colourway has a subtle pattern that blends … Continue reading

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