I'm testing a, new to me, way to share and teach. I'm using Zoom.us to share my screen with you while I explain and show the way I use Ravelry to search for patterns. Join me at 2pm Adelaide Time today 24th of March. To join in the fun, first you will need to visit… Continue reading Learn to use Ravelry – Pop up Zoom Class 2pm Tuesday 24/3/20
Inspired by Liz I met Liz Haywood when I first opened the shop, about five years ago. A gifted author and knitter, Liz was a regular contributor to Yarn Magazine. I've enjoyed Liz's support and friendship and have been in awe of her talent. Her first book the Dressmakers Companion was a resounding success winning the… Continue reading Zero Waste Sewing – Bronze Age Style
Congratulations to my friend Liz Haywood on the launch of her second book on the 14th of March. Zero Waste Sewing. Read more about Liz's latest book on her blog https://lizhaywood.com.au/zero-waste-sewing-book/ Liz asked me to be part of her blog tour and helped me construct my garment which I will show off this Thursday. The… Continue reading Zero Waste Sewing by Liz Haywood
It's one of our oldest technologies. Passed from generation to generation. It has physically shaped us. We no longer have hair to keep us warm, we have the dexterity in our fingers. It's a craft that has evolved with us. A craft that connects us to the earliest humans. A thread through time and history.… Continue reading 30,000 plus Years and still going strong.
I have often had visitors to the shop trying to match yarns having no ball bands. Very frustrating for them and me. With so many brands, weights, fibres and colours a near impossible task. I’m currently recording for my new class on Thinkific, the ultimate learn to knit class. One of the very first… Continue reading Keep your ball bands.