Tops Tanks and Tee KAL

So as much as I wanted to get that lacy project off the needles, my plan for joining in for the last week of the Tops Tanks and Tee KAL over at Shannon’s place won me over and I’ve been…

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Regroup

I’ve having one of those slow-down-and-regroup mornings. My Mum left yesterday, having been with us for a few weeks, and between her inspiring me to start all these wild and wonderful sewing projects, cast on many-a new knitting projects and…

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Loganberry by Brambleberry Yarns

I’m clipping the end of the week here, but going along with my new desire to share more with you about the yarn I chose for my latest pattern revisit, Leaf Stole, I’m squeezing this in before the busy weekend!…

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Revisiting : Leaf Stole

Next up on my pattern do-overs is the Leaf Stole. What was once a worsted weight, warm and snuggly wrap, I have tweaked the pattern oh so slightly with a fingering weight yarn to become the most luxurious thing you’ll…

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Returned knits

.. not in a bad way, promise! When we were able to catch up with my family at Christmas – my siblings coming together from all over the world – my sister-in-law brought with her one of the Clara Dresses…

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March

So, February flew by! Between road trips and work on the farm kicking up a notch (babies, babies, babies), already a week or so into March and I feel like I’m only just catching up. Bright, clear days and the…

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Drive time

We are spending a lot of time in the car this month. Luckily two of our three road trips are to see friends and take a mini break, but either way sweater knitting has been postponed and I have dug…

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Straight needles

The other week I had a bit of a revelation. I thought that the love for straight needles was well and truely dead. When seeing them in a yarn store I always wonder how long they have been sitting there.…

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Woolen-Spun Cormo by ElsaWool

I’m really excited to share with you a new feature I plan to have alongside every pattern. In the hopes of connecting you more with the yarn we spend so much of our time knitting with, I will dedicate a post…

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