Tag Archives: knitting techniques
There’s always one that gives you headaches and sleepless nights. For me it was Shadow, not only the alpaca, but this design. It’s been a long time in the creative process, but I’m happy that I persevered. Made in our … Read More
I thought that new knitters would like something easy to make and so came up with this really simple to knit top. Flattering, understated and by layering, not just for the summer. Made in my new worsted spun yarn, this … Read More
This cable and lace top is so versatile in how it can be worn to create a different look as well as going over practically anything from a swimsuit to evening dress. It is made using my gorgeous worsted spun … Read More
I’m just adding the finishing touches to my new collection being launched at the end of this month.
Firstly Ophelia – designed as a two-piece ensemble, made using my gorgeous worsted spun yarn. At 270m per 100g, it goes a long … Read More
Oops, sometimes things are missed and it is only by someone like you letting us know that we can correct a pattern error.
Mayan: On Rounds 6 and 12 one of the graded numbers are missing. This is what it should … Read More
Tracy C asked me to put her Mdina together and this is what I did. On receiving her jacket back, Tracy said “It looks stunning, thank you so much, worth every penny”. I really enjoy finishing things off and making … Read More
Sometimes ideas just don’t work. This happened recently with a new Champagne Top with a lace and cable pattern. It just didn’t hang right and I’d made the neck way too big. As it was all knitted in one piece, … Read More
Here are the dates for the next few months, either book online or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the register:
20th July 2019
10th August 2019
14th September 2019
5th October 2019
16th November 2019
7th December 2019
Tracy and the alpacas are looking forward to … Read More
Had a hectic week last week, with a workshop, event, shearing and a photoshoot for my latest creation, which I think I’m calling Milo.
I don’t mean to brag, but I’m really proud of this jumper!
Roger King took the photographs and … Read More
Yes it’s that time of year again when the ‘fluffies’ become ‘baldies’ and I start to grade my annual harvest of fibre. I’m really impressed by how fine many of my animals are, even though older.
The first fleece of … Read More
I’m thrilled to announce I have two lovely new partners.
After putting a comment on Facebook, my post was shared, shared and shared again until it came to the attention of the new owners of the Sew, Knit, Craft shop in … Read More
I’ve been commissioned to design a man’s cable jumper in black with a roll neck and I’m really pleased with how the back is looking.
When I came to the shoulders, I like to use short row shaping for that smoother … Read More