Talking about What’s in the WIP, an update about the Curious Collective DKAL and the Great London Yarn Crawl.
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Announcement about the closure of Juno Fibre Arts.
What’s in the WIP?
I hope to have this pattern out in the next week.
I’m working on a new collection – Knitvent 2014.
To get inspired I made a collage style mood board and I talk about how I made it on the show. You can see it in the title image above.
I also pulled out a whole bunch of yarn from the stash to see what I already have that fits in with the theme of the mood board.
The theme is “more is more” which was a headline I saw on the latest issue of Living Etc (one of my all time fave home mags here in the UK)
Curious Collective 2014 DKAL
The knit along for the Curious Collective 2014 shawl is well underway.
You can read more about the KAL and Tribes in this post here.
Use #CCDKAL on social media for entries into the Social Media Maven prize.
I share some tips about knitting the shawl.
I will be attending the Great London Yarn Crawl on 20 September in London.
It is for a great cause – the charity Refuge.
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