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Finished: Wolgelukkig Shetland Wristwarmers


used 14 grams of my handspun Shetland. You get the whole package from Wolgelukkig: roving to spin and the pattern.
I had to swatch with various needles to find a gauge that would work with my hand. 234 more words


WIP Wednesday: Choose Your Own Adventure!

Socks are starting to take over my brain and I’m getting all wooly headed at the thought of starting Sock Madness on Saturday! This is the sock knitting competition on Ravelry in the Sock Madness Forever group, and it runs through to May with a new sock pattern released every couple of weeks for competitors to try and complete. 388 more words


Salutations blogging world! :)

Hey there all you bloggers and craft lovers! I would just like to say welcome to my page! Let me show you guys just a little bit of what I do with some pictures and feel free to comment or visit as often as you like. :)


NYC wristwarmers courtesy of Purl Soho

Remember a few days ago when I said I had too many projects on the go and I wanted to finish one?  I’ve finally managed it – and I’ve now got a lovely pair of wrist warmers to keep me toasty for the rest of the winter. 318 more words


Entangled In New Projects

Back at home from my adventures at the embassy, there’s waiting further projects. As a wish from one of my teamleaders, I’ll plan a pair of long wristwarmers in something she described as ‘soft and furry style’ – so I try to hang on that idea and put my own picture of the description into practice. 81 more words

Knitted * Neulottu * Stickat