The press is always mentioning knitting. We had Wool Week in October 2010, spearheaded by Prince Charles, it involved over 80 fashion brands promoting the event. Knit “wear” is also being recognised outside of fashion and knitted homeware is making a real presence amongst homeware design. I blogged earlier about knitted lampshades, which was mentioned […]
After writting about my Evening of Wool Dying I thought I would post a picture of how the skein now looks – still quite chuffed with this. Now I just need to decided what to make with it Close Up of my “sunset” themed wool dye.
These spiral socks are simply too cute. I am not sure if I am more in love with the socks or the shoes! Yarn to Knit has posted a free spiral sock pattern on Ravelry download it from here. Don’t forget to buy your yarn online from Yarn to Knit with your 10% discount – […]
Whilst browsing the internet last night I came across this very interesting piece of craft – “The Granny Pendant Light”. It was developed by Pudelskern Design and is made from thick woollen threads. Each lamp is hand knitted by craft workers in Holland. To increase its natural flame retardant properties, the wool is treated by […]
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