Category Archives: Knitting

New Riddari

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I am planning a new Riddari Jumper since I shrunk my last one slightly and I donated it to my mother as it was a little too small for me in the end. After knitting one for my cousin for Christmas I decided I wanted one for myself too, so here is the planning for it. I am writing it… Read more »

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Autumn Plans – Pippa

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Aran Pullover Sleeve

So now that I am starting to get back into the hibernating/craftathon stage of the year (Ie Autumn/winter) I am starting to plan out the things that I want to make. Some for me and some for presents for Christmas, yes I said that word, because if I want to make everything again this year I need to start soon!Here… Read more »

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Make Nine 2019 – Pippa

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Pippa's Make Nine grid

Despite publishing my #MakeNine list on Instagram I never got round to putting anything up here and have generally been very lax about writing blog posts lately. It seems that I have been struggling for motivation for both creating content for the blog and for creating in general. Since finishing sewing Christmas presents I have sewn the sum total of… Read more »

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Nerly Hat – Finished Object

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So this month I did my first test knitting for a knitwear designer and tested a cable knit hat, in fingering weight wool. Looking back on it I probably should have just stuck to pre-planned Christmas Knitting but this is probably going into the Emergency Christmas Presents box. Which just seems to contain knitted things at the moment! This hat… Read more »

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Planning a Knitted Vest

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In an oddly organised turn of events, I am already planning a Christmas make. Admittedly it is quite a complicated one so I thought I should sink my teeth into it. That and Shelia inspired me to start on the Christmas makes already. I am planning a fair isle knit vest for my Uncle so hit Ravelry for some inspiration:… Read more »

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