The eagle-eyed among you will have already spotted that I published a new pattern yesterday – Late Bloom. I’m really proud of this one, so I thought I’d take a few minutes to blog about it and let you know how it came to be! Well, this is a design which came pretty much fully-formed… Continue reading Late Bloom
The above is something I’ve found myself saying far too often. Ironically at first, but over the past year it’s actually come true so it’s no surprise that on the ferry home from Shetland last month, a foxy little design popped into my head. I’d clearly absorbed a little of the taste of Shetland while… Continue reading Foxes are totally the new owls
Well, we’re truly into autumn here now. There’s no green left in the trees, the clocks have gone back and the weather is getting rather chilly, so it’s about time to get your new winter sweater on the needles. And if you want something you’ve got a decent chance of finishing before June, I have… Continue reading Healing Hands of Autumn
There are just a couple of things that have picked up by people who are knitting this pattern, so I thought I’d jot them down here. 1. There are a couple of places where the row numbering goes out of sequence. The instructions are still correct, it’s just that the numbering is wrong. 2. The… Continue reading Errata: Radley Dog
Well, it’s day 1 of the Campaign for Wool’s Wool Week and I’m kicking off with a corker. A few weeks ago, I spotted a tweet from the UKHKA saying that Radley London (they of the delicious handbags) were looking for someone to design a knitted version of their trademark Scotty dog to celebrate Wool… Continue reading Wool Week Day 1: Radley!