In my last post I mentioned that I was planning in using a lot of the yarn I was given in the artwork that I have begun making. I was never arty at school, and my drawing “skills” still leave a lot to be desired, but as I[…]
A couple of months ago, I saw an advert on Preloved which said someone had a large amount of yarn odds and ends that they would like to find a new home for. For free. I immediately answered to say I would love to take it. We messaged[…]
Bank Holiday Monday was a delightfully lazy day. We had thought of going to the forest or out somewhere else for the day but I wasn’t up to it, since walking was causing me a lot of pain. So instead we stayed at home and chilled out, playing[…]
Today, I finally found time to try out the Viking Knit Chain kit I bought last month. The tutorial is for an 18″ necklace (I’m making mine slightly longer) and I’m using copper. The actual method is fairly straightforward; the tricky bit is getting the knit even, tidy and[…]
A little introduction to the workshop where Stonelaughter Flutes are made and the man who makes them!
A-Z Challenge letter: W – Wire I love crafty things. Certain crafty things. I need a creative outlet to keep my brain sane, but there are lots of crafty things that I just don’t have the finesse or patience or talent for. But I’m also a[…]