Mindful Making, Spotlight

Here Comes the Sun: lightweight linen

For many of us in the UK, the title above is more an optimistic hope, (accompanied by crossed fingers and wistful sighing,) than a realistic expectation right now. In the cool, grey weather, I am still clinging to woolly jumpers and shawls in my everyday wardrobe. In my knitting, too, I find myself imagining projects like… Continue reading Here Comes the Sun: lightweight linen

Mindful Making

How to have a Happy Knitting Year!

  January Reflections After a super busy December, I’m really excited to be back here on the blog and looking ahead to 2018! For knitters, the New Year can be a great time to reflect on your projects from the last year. What were your favourite pieces, techniques or patterns? And which would you really… Continue reading How to have a Happy Knitting Year!

Mindful Making, Trending

When wrong is right: a celebration of the wrong side of knitting

  ‘I’m not wrong, I’m just knit that way.’* We learn from an early stage of knitting that one side of our fabric is the right and the other is wrong. This sounds strangely moralistic - as though one side is innately better in its qualities- when, in fact, the designations are simply a way to… Continue reading When wrong is right: a celebration of the wrong side of knitting