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Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Based on the old Centipede Atari game, lots of bobbles make up the centipede and the tops of the mushrooms. Each mushroom is made from a separate little length of yarn. A little fiddly, but easier than intarsia in the round ;-) The rest of the mushroom is duplicate stitched on afterwards.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
The Moogle, for those who do not know it is a small creature that dwells in the realms of the Final Fantasy Games (amongst others). Their name comes for an amalgamation of the Japanese words mogura (mole) and kōmori (bat). Moogles have small eyes and red, pink, or pur-ple bat-like wings. A single black antenna sticks up from their heads, with a ...
Are you short of time to make a present for your favourite female relative? This scarf will fit the bill. Knitted in aran weight yarn and featuring ruffles and lace, it is the perfect present that takes no time at all to knit up. This scarf is named for the colour of the beautiful 100% cashmere yarn it is knitted in, which is a delight to work w...
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
Named for the capitol of my island home, this hooded zip jacket is knitted in one piece with cabled raglans and a kangaroo pocket, will help you to keep warm in those chilly coastal breezes. The cables remind me of the ropes that festoon the quayside of the fisherman’s wharf of the main harbour, where my father used to moor his fishing boat.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A pretty little wrap, perfect to wear over those spring and summer dresses and keep away the chill. This one is knitted in a luscious alpaca silk combination but you could just as easily knit it in soft wool or even a crisp cotton to team it with your favourite jeans. Patterned with three different leafy designs interspersed with bands of stocki...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
I have quite small feet ( UK size 5) so I have written the pattern in two sizes diddy feet (mine) and more normal sized feet. I wrote the pattern so that you can fiddle with lengths of foot and cuff so feel free to play around with it as you will. Just remember if you make them too long/tall you will probably need another skein of wool.