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Knitting: Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
Taking its inspiration from the bold geometric motifs found in mid-century textile and ceramic homewares, this set gives the options of a slouch beanie or folded brim bobble hat and matching long mitts with shaped thumb. Using a smaller than usual needle for the yarn and stranded colourwork gives extra warmth and crisp contrasts.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
An easy, slouchy hat, using garter stitch and a stripe of contrasting texture to show off the beauty of natural coloured wool. This is an idea for a hat that has travelled with me for a good number of years. Easy to memorise and make, it’s a great project to travel with and once knitted it’s a great project to travel in for casual we...
If you have long hair that you usually wear in a ponytail or topknot you’ll appreciate the thinking behind this headband. You get all the advantages of a hat, but you can still wear your hair up. Made in a summery wool cotton mix, it works well for activities like running hiking or dance classes, but if you prefer a more laid back summer, ...
Knitting: Pillow / Cushion
Inspired by a book of World War II vintage stitch patterns, this patchwork cushion pays homage to the thrifty ways of wartime housewives. Gorgeous in Rowan Felted Tweed, this would work equally well as a stash buster for DK yarn, in a true reflection of ‘making do and mending’.