Posts Tagged ‘knitting’

Free pattern…and reflections on the perfect knitted dishcloth

Dishcloth free pattern

Like many households, we are trying to “reduce, reuse and recycle”. At least I am, and I’m forcing everyone else come along for the ride. We have been kitchen sponge users for a couple of decades now. A while back I knitted some cotton dishcloths but they were rejected by a majority (ie everyone except…

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Knitting love at WWKIPDay

WWKIPDay 19

Yesterday was World-Wide Knit In Public Day (WWKIPDay), the biggest knitter-run event in the world. Many thanks to Knit-Spin-Weave for hosting a wonderful WWKIPDay. We are so lucky to have you here. Cheers! Have you attended a knitting event? Did you knit at WWKIPDay this year?

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Knitting in Public

Knitting in Public

Saturday was World Wide Knit in Public Day, the largest knitter-run event in the world.                     Confession: I spent too much time chatting and didn’t actually do any knitting.  Maybe next year?   Cheers!    

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Yarn magazine issue 43: Getting closure

Yarn magazine issue 43

Yarn magazine issue 43 came out this week featuring my very last article, aptly named Get some Closure.  It’s been almost six years since I began writing articles for Yarn, and ten years since they published my first project.  There are no terrible reasons why I’ve decided to stop being a contributor; I’ve simply just…

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Yarn magazine issue 41: All laced up

Yarn mag issue 41 front cover

Issue 41 of Yarn magazine came out this month, featuring my article on designing your own lace with a companion project, the leaf and caterpillar scarf (it’s the orange scarf on the cover).  I used the project as the design example in the article.  The scarf was returned to me last week, just in time…

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