Tag Archives: Pattern

Turn a Square

A generous friend brought a big bag of stash to our knit-and-natter afternoon, inviting us all to dive for treasure. Lots of oddments, many mysteries, all looking for a good home. Conscious of my own stash-down challenge, I fought temptation … Continue reading

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Baileys Irish Cream

As part of my self-imposed challenge to reduce my long-standing stash, I unearthed a pack of eight balls of Rowan 4-ply Soft, 100% merino in Shade 393, a classic camel colourway. A pre-Ravelry purchase, the source details are a bit hazy – … Continue reading

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Corrugated Curves

Do you really need three guesses? What do you think this moulded roof remind me of? 😉 Easily overlooked as grey, boring and utilitarian, this roof covers a relatively modern annexe at Melin Tregwynt, a traditional woollen mill located between Fishguard … Continue reading

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Speckles

These beautiful orchids made me think of knitting today – speckles are “in”! They are amazing, aren’t they? What has reminded you of knitting today? I’d love to hear about it! 🙂    

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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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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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Colourful tiles

These decorative wall tiles ran the length of a very long corridor at Cragside, an impressive Victorian house near Morpeth in Northumberland … Some obvious knitting inspiration there, don’t you think? What has inspired you this week? I’d love to hear … Continue reading

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Crossroads?

I love this design … Pretty amazing for a public car park, don’t you think? Fabulous in so many ways. And with its neat rows of  textured crosses, it provided me with my unexpected knitting thought of the day 🙂 … Continue reading

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