KNITSONIK Bullet Journaling: now open for enrolment

Hello, I’m sorry – I didn’t mean to disappear just then. I don’t know how it’s been for you but for me time has taken on a strange dimension and the days here have been blurring one into the next in a continuum of bread-making, bean-soaking, chicken-care, garden-tending, watching the news, navigating social media, and […]

Hanami at Home

When we got married, Mark and I went to Japan for our Honeymoon. We were so lucky to be able to travel to this amazing place, and fell in love with it immediately. Something which especially spoke to me is the beautiful sense of presence and celebration attending daily life. The rubber stamps at every […]

Chapter 2 part 2: Deborah Gray’s Willow pattern china flags, worked two-at-a-time

Hot on the heels of yesterday’s post, today I want to reveal the other special section tucked inside chapter 2 of the KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Playbook: Deborah Gray’s pattern hack for working 2 flags at a time featuring her gorgeous motifs derived from looking at Willow pattern china. This photo was taken at the inaugural […]

Chapter 2 part 1: KNITSONIK Bunting, Tarmac Tuesdays edition

Continuing from my last post, today I want to talk to you about KNITSONIK Bunting: Tarmac Tuesdays edition – which is the main focus for the second chapter of my new book, the KNITSONIK Stranded Colourwork Playbook. This bunting has a lovely, long, colourful history so let’s start at the beginning (you might want to […]

Preparing for EYF 2017

Greetings, Comrades! I, like many other knitting comrades, am in the throes of preparing for the wonderful Edinburgh Yarn Festival. I am so excited to be teaching classes on Thursday and Friday and if you’re coming to one of those classes, hurrah and welcome: I’m really looking forward to it. I always like to bring […]

Thank you, EYF!

I had a truly lovely time at the Edinburgh Yarn Festival and thought you might enjoy seeing some of my snaps from the weekend. If you would like a SONIK version of events, my friend Louise Scollay of the Knit British Podcast recorded us speaking about the festival just after it was all over, and […]