If I have ever related to one of Felicia’s fibre club reflections, it was this month. I found myself nodding as I read her notes about enjoying life in the moment rather than always waiting or looking to the future to savour something. With tiny children running around, I am often told by others to… Continue reading November Fibre Club // Frozen Grapes
The Wool n’ Spinning Podcast Episode 11.2 :: Dyeing to Dye November 2015 Thank you for watching! This month’s videocast features a giveaway winner, handspun knitting, and tons of dyeing! I am a Craftsy affiliate. This means that when you click on the Craftsy ad within my website and purchase a class or supplies, I… Continue reading Episode 11.2 :: Dyeing to Dye
Recently, I was sent the new Clara yarn by Manos del Uruguay to review. I wanted to knit a shawl but I wasn’t sure which one to choose. Shannon’s Laylow fit the bill perfectly and used most of the skein (I have about 10grams left). At Knit City recently here in Vancouver, I saw a… Continue reading a Clara Laylow.
I have to start off this post by saying that this project is very ‘cool’ – perhaps the coolest thing I’ve ever knit?! Although there was the Esjan shawl … oh, and the completely oversized crochet scarf from a few many years ago … So maybe these trendy knits aren’t so foreign to me?! An… Continue reading fringed.
I had another post scheduled for this morning but I decided to save it for another day, another morning. The reason for this change was due to a few events that occurred over the weekend and I felt disingenuous not sharing what was on my mind. Originally, these project photos were going to be shared… Continue reading mittens and love.
The Wool n’ Spinning Podcast Episode 11.1 :: In Progress November 2015 Thank you for watching! This month’s videocast features a new segment called Tips & Techniques, a possible breed-a-long in the group, socks and a give away. I am a Craftsy affiliate. This means that when you click on the Craftsy ad within my… Continue reading Episode 11.1 :: In Progress
I am hooked on seamed sweaters. Like really hooked. They are brilliant. And so fast. I knit this in about 10 days! I’ve had this yarn languishing in the my stash, which was originally meant for a sweater for one of the men in my life. In the end, I just never ended feeling inspired… Continue reading mallard blue.