Guess what this is? A small prize for the winner who can say exactly what this is
And while we’re here – more fridgecraft
Here is one of the loveliest dogs in our new book, Best in Show, 25 more dogs to knit. We will be showing him and all our others AND our knitwear, kits, books, notebooks etc etc at MADE in London from 26-28th October at One Marylebone, here is the link:http://www.madelondon.org if you would like more [...]
Although we’ve have been over the book again and again, there are some mistakes, we thought it best to come clean and list them as early as possible, so here they are:
MISTAKES DOGS 2
P69 RIGHT FRONT LEG
Row 21 K6cr, k3ar
P70 LEFT SIDE OF BODY
Row 19: Incar, p11ar, p23cr, p2togcr
NECK AND HEAD
Row 28: P2, p2tog, [...]
SHEILA’S PYGMY GOATS IN DEVON
BOYS OF A CERTAIN AGE WITH BIG HAIR IN LONDON
THREE (SLIGHTLY MISERABLE) DOGS IN A BOAT
We are sorry to have to admit that there are several mistakes in Best in Show knit your own Cat, or if you are American, just Knit your own Cat. We checked and re-checked the patterns and so did our publishers, but a few have slipped through, spotted by the eagle eyed, Karol and Gill, [...]
Our hot news is that our Best in Show Knit your own Cat, or rather Knit your own Cat, as it’s called in the US, is being published in Feb by Black Dog and Leventhal, the lovely people who published Knit your own Dog, here’s the link
We will then be following up with Best in [...]
Here’s some more lovely abstract artworks found in the back of the fridge
I think that’s marmalade
god knows what this is
This is one of the most lovely, elderflower I think.
And this is bearded cake
Do send us your own fridgeart and lets see if we can turn it into a legitimate artform
This has been spotted by Nancy Little in the Border Collie pattern
P140 RIGHT SIDE OF BODY
Should be p
Thank you Nancy for pointing that out.
There’s something so magical about spring, it allows you to take liberties that will be frowned on later in the gardening year. So I’m basking in the pleasure of seeing a pack of tiny sharks frolicking about in a sea of Blue Angel Muscari whenever I open the greenhouse door.
You can do elegant soon enough.
Yes I’m afraid so, however many times we checked the patterns over and we really did many many times, there are one or two errors, so we thought we would come clean and publish them:
ALTERATIONS IN RED
Page 20 Left Side of Body
Row 14: P16sh, p16sn, p2togsn (33 sts)
Row 16: P18sh p3sn, p2togsn (22 sts)
This one is in Cornwall,
Same shed, from a different angle, I can’t account for the unearthly green glow, except to say it’s near Tintagel.
Is it only me or are all gardens this sad looking at this time of year.
I’m afraid it’s as I thought, I won’t be called upon to fill that vacancy on Gardener’s Question Time in the near future.
This is the first of our series of nice sheds. This one is near Combe Hay in Somerset.
Although technically not a shed, the use of twine and tarpaulin make this a contender for our nice sheds category.