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Edinburgh Yarn Festival

If I’ve been a bit quiet over here lately it’s because I’ve been blogging over here. The Edinburgh Yarn Festival is less than a week away and in the midst of all the hard work I’m really excited to be … Continue reading

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The New Year – and some Xmas pressie chat

Happy New Year! It’s 2013 which, of course, is the year of the Edinburgh Yarn Festival! YarnPony, Jo and I who are organising the day are super excited (and super busy). You can follow the progress and working up to … Continue reading

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Autumnal

Autumn has arrived. Every morning en route to nursery A and I chat about the changes we see around us. The colours of the leaves in the park, trees blown over by the storm… This is, of course, after  the … Continue reading

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A Wee Rose Red

Ysolda’s Rose Red beret (rav link) must be one of those wonderful little patterns that fulfil every possible knitting craving. An absolute pleasure to knit with some interesting lace and simple cables. Being a small accessory it was a fairly quick … Continue reading

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A most satisfying pile of scraps

Sometimes those fingerless mittens sitting at the bottom of the UFO bag require less work than memory recalls. Nevermind whatever beauty spots that were bothering me when I initially hid them in the dark corners of my flat. A weaving … Continue reading

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Toddler Pixie Hat

The combination of a list of WIPs, all requiring some element of moderation of various degrees, and late nights naturally made me look for a procrastination project that I could churn out without much effort. Stella Pixie Hat is a … Continue reading

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Hinagiku hat

Hinagiku Hat by Violetta. Woolcraft Superwash Sock Yarn (75% wool, 25% nylon) held double. I cast on 120 stitches on 3mm needles and changed to 4.5 mm for the daisy stitch. Moderation: started decreases after 8 inches.

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