Wool on Sundays – 166 (Christmas Knitting)

Happy December and Welcome to Wool on Sundays! I have had nearly a year, now, with decent internet and almost no making to blog about and suddenly, during a month without being online, I’ve become a knitting factory! I’ve been trying to combine making Christmas presents with using yarn from stash and these hats enabled […]

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Wool on Sundays – 161 (Two Small Knits)

Welcome to another Wool on Sundays! I’m afraid it’s not the most interesting as I’ve shown my recent finishes already but here they are anyway :) You may remember that, last month, I was waiting for my local wool shop to phone with some more of the pink they had said they would order. After […]

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Spring – Inside and out

I seem to have given up blogging of late and almost a month has gone by, during which time Spring has been springing. But I’m glad to say I have completed my monthly goal of adding all the TAST stitches to date into my fanTASTichia picture. Lots of these stitches are new to me and […]

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February Furtling

As a lover of words, I was very happy to learn, last month, of a word that is not only new to me but rhymes with turtle…The word is ‘Furtle’ and ‘Furtling’ means ‘having a rummage, a delve, a look at the contents of something’ (Helen’s definition). So I have furtled around to see what […]

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Wool on Sundays – 158 (A Flower Yoke Cardigan)

Welcome, again, to Wool on Sundays! Can you believe it’s November already? And at last, we are back in wool weather. Frosty nights and misty mornings and time for the crochet blankets to come out from their Summer hiding and for dark evenings knitting in the Makery. You may remember this being knitted…and unknitted. And […]

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Wool on Sundays – 155 (Peter Mouse)

Welcome to Wool on Sundays! This month, I have finally done some knitting :) I finished the ‘Girlfriend Market Bag’ that I had just started on the last Wool on Sundays… And I found and finished (and gifted) a baby cardigan that had been mislaid in the Makery… But my favourite make is Peter Mouse. He is […]

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The blogger who came in from the garden

Whilst we were in Venice, a neighbour looked after our chicken. The chicken feed is kept in a dustbin an old stable, which in truth has been slowly falling into disrepair over more years than we’ve lived here. Rather than leave the door swing and bang in the wind, as it is wont to do, […]

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