One of my favourite finished objects that I've made in 2021 has been my Trescao jumper, designed by Along Avec Anna. Looking through my wardrobe, I realised that I didn't have a light coloured knit jumper, nor did I have any cropped knits. So when I was searching, I was looking for a pattern that… Continue reading A Trescao for Comfort
For long-time readers of this blog, you'll remember this project. This is my Tegna top, started way back in 2018. It was my first proper knitted clothing item with sleeves, a step up from the Sycamore vest that I knitted, and man, did it take a long time to knit! I originally started this project… Continue reading A Tegna in Lockdown
Can you believe it? Spring is finally in the air! Yes, the clocks have been set back an hour and we are officially into Summer Time. Spring is here, isn't it wonderful? Now I'm writing this, fully expecting that you knitters or crafters out there are shouting a big fat "No!" because, I get it,… Continue reading Knitting Inspiration | Spring is for Tops
Here you have it everyone: my first finished object for 2019. This is the Dust of Snow wrap by Helen Stewart of Curious Handmade that was included as part of her Knitvent 2018 collection. Isn't it cute? For Advent, my husband and I did our usual swapping of advent calendars - he got this beautiful… Continue reading A Dust of Snow for the Llamas
Hi everyone! I hope you're all having a lovely start to your week! This weekend marked the end of UK Wool week, a week of woolly fun with events all around the UK, which has been giving me lots of inspiration for working with wool and crafting lovely things. There has been lots of pattern… Continue reading Knitting Inspiration | Autumn is for Hats
Disclaimer: All pictures are owned and copyrighted by their rightful owners. I'm not sure if I told you, but if you didn't know, I'm getting married this year. Yes, this year! How crazy is that? I got engaged early 2017 during my amazing trip to Norway (see a post about Bergen where I started my… Continue reading Knitting Inspiration | 5 Coverup Knitting Patterns that are Perfect for a Wedding!