I enjoy designing for The Knitter magazine, and having my designs published means worldwide exposure. Sometimes the team… Continue Reading >
Intarsia – knitting with several colours of yarn to form blocks of pattern – is not a technique I use often,… Continue Reading >
I used to design a lot of cropped cardis and jumpers in 1980s, but as I no longer feel comfortable wearing the style (changing… Continue Reading >
Two more of my designs have been published in the past couple of months.
The first design to appear was Fringe Festival, published… Continue Reading >
Although I enjoy designing garments, many of the textile ideas I have when sampling are discarded if I think they may be too… Continue Reading >
Following on from the success of the Marble Hill cardigan featured in The Knitter magazine (see previous post), I decided… Continue Reading >
As readers of these pages will know, I regularly have designs appearing in The Knitter magazine. Well, for this August’s… Continue Reading >
I originally started work on my book – later to be published as A Handknit Romance – in 2010. I had an idea to create… Continue Reading >
Berkeley Square is my latest design to feature in The Knitter magazine (Issue 135).
The design was inspired by the long,… Continue Reading >
As mentioned in previous posts, when a design appears in The Knitter magazine, they provide a name for the design. This is… Continue Reading >