…of my friend Muriel’s charming and joyous woolly emporium on wheels.
Yarnadelic Remixes 0.1
I originally wrote this post in July 2021 so it might seem familiar if you read it the first time! For a variety of reasons, after starting this project with my dear friend Muriel back in 2020, I’ve been unable to complete it until this year. We are both so happy that this spring/summer Yarnadelic […]
Colours of Iron
…of a random forray into the joys of IRON ORE and its incredible colours.
Polkamania! Rainbow Edition
…of polka dots, creative experimentation, and rainbows.
Unsticking Stuck Creative Projects
…reflections on kindness, tea, time, and supporting creative processes in your own, and others’, work.
…of the first sonic stirrings of spring.
Bells at Boscombe
It’s a funny time of year and I’m not in the swing of 2023 just yet. However, our quest to sell our home and to find a new place to live by the sea continues. This time last week, we had a glorious day in Boscombe. The winter sun was low and bright, and we […]
A conversation with Janine Bajus AKA The Feral Knitter
Like many knitters around the world, I was thrilled to see the return of the KDD&Co Allover Club last week, marked by this magnificent exploration of Pantone’s colour of the year by Kate Davies. I’m really enjoying the essays on the blog and hearing about different creative approaches from a variety of makers and designers. […]
Endings and Beginnings
How did you feel at the end of 2021? I felt like I was running on an empty tank, on fumes. My 2022 started out wearily. Words I used in my journal for 2021 this time last year: frazzled, burnt-out, depleted. I’m only half-way through my 2022-year review but the list will be a bit […]
KNITSONIK Gift Guide & Last Post Dates
Greetings, I wrote to my mailing list last week and realised it might be helpful to share this information here on the blog, as well! KNITSONIK Gift Guide KNITSONIK Courses A couple of you reached out to say you wanted options for gifting The KNITSONIK System or popping it on your wishlist. I had a […]