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Knowing When To Unravel

Knowing When To Unravel

When July worked her way around I was waiting, needles poised, to cast on the latest project from A Year Of Techniques. I’d brought Talmadge to a sprint finish (though to this date it is still awaiting a pair of buttons) and was ready for […]

Knowing When To Just Rip It Out

Knowing When To Just Rip It Out

A couple of months ago I designed a hat. I thought, the time, that this hat was going to be stunning, and so I cast on and started knitting. It’s a 4-ply colourwork hat with an intricate and yet easily knit design which I was […]

Frogged: Omelet Shawl

Frogged: Omelet Shawl

Farewell my frilly friend. It’s not you, it’s me. You were not unloved and promise that you have done nothing wrong, I just don’t have the time to pay you the attention you deserve at the moment. I bid you to be free from me and my pointy demanding needles and revel in your unravelling.

Be an abandoned WIP no longer and instead find yourself born anew as a lace zauberball, back to your virgin state, full of both hope and promise until you are given the love and attention that you so deserve.

A Knit Unravelled

A Knit Unravelled

I wanted to update my blog with a post that was a bit more pleasant than that which I had to post earlier, so I thought I’d update you on the progress of my Diversion socks, from the Knitty website. Whilst knitting Nan’s neverending jumper […]

Gauging My Disappointment – Sweater Disaster

Gauging My Disappointment – Sweater Disaster

I thought it was about time I put my twisty yarn around needles antics towards making something wholly encompassing and warm – a new sweater. It’s something that I always meant to do but never actually got around to doing – too much risk, too […]