Colouring-in for Stranded Colourwork: a KNITSONIK online mini-course

colouring pencils in a jar, against a blurry soft focus background of paper on a table

A few days ago I mentioned that I’m sprucing up my flagship online course, The KNITSONIK System, that takes you through the creative process of translating everyday inspirations into stranded colourwork. One of the big changes I’m making to the course concerns how feedback will be provided to participants. This edition will have a special […]

Liz Humphreys’ helpful Colour Palette Hack

Liz's deconstructed J&S shade cards

There are so many things I’ve loved about running the KNITSONIK & Friends: Colour to Knit Club, but a major highlight has been discovering what we can learn by better understanding each other’s ways of seeing. Today I want to tell you about how Liz Humphreys – one of our club members – created a […]

Postcards from October

WOVEMBER bullet journal spread, with sheep, sheepy tapes, rubber stamps, and the prompts for WOVEMBER written out in biro.

Hello, how are you? October whizzed by very fast and every time I thought I had five minutes to sit down and write something here, something else came up with the result that now the month has ended and there is almost no news of anything on here. But rest assured: plenty has been going […]

Odile, Muriel & Nolwenn: three generations, two cowls

Muriel and Nolwenn wearing their respective cowls, standing and smiling in the sun

Following on from my last post, today I’m sharing a Q&A with two dear friends and collaborators, Muriel and Nolwenn Pensivy. If you’ve been here a while you’ll know that Nolwenn is one of the designers in the KNITSONIK & Friends: Colour to Knit eBook and that Muriel (who happens to be Nolwenn’s mum) and […]