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My little girl was recently lucky enough to have this beautiful poppy dress sent to her from a friend in the south of France. She absolutely adores it and has wanted to wear it all the time, even though the … Continue reading
There is fantasy knitting – the sort of pieces that you aspire to, that intrigue you with their construction, beguile you with lace and/or cable patterns, or tantalise you with colour – and then there is knitting reality. The reality … Continue reading
Here it is, my beautiful Flukra. I cast off last night, a couple of minutes before 11pm, after just eight days of knitting. This has been one of the most enjoyable knitting experiences I have had so far. I bought … Continue reading
I’m not what you’d call a joiner, particularly when it comes to sports. And while I have been known to watch the occasional Olympic opening ceremony (when it’s been televised at a convenient time) or World Cup grand final (ditto), … Continue reading
…this is what it would look like. I don’t think it’s possible to describe how much I love this hat. It’s soft and squishy and it makes me smile.
Recently I caught myself surfing Ravelry, matching up yarns from my stash with potential sweater patterns. Sometimes I even match patterns with yarn I don’t already have. So what’s wrong with that? Nothing…except that I currently have five unfinished sweaters … Continue reading