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Find out more about the ancient festival of Imbolc, which coincides with the Christian celebration of Candlemas.
Watch Episode 92 – Double Act – in which I co-podcast with Helen AKA @florahoneypot on instagram. You can find the notes for that episode here:
The Copper Beech shawl is a free pattern on Ravelry by Carmen Heffernan, AKA Annie Design Crochet. Its designed for one skein of fingering weight yarn. You can see more free one-skein pattern ideas here.
Find out more about the Stylecraft Regatta yarn here. This is a blend of cotton, nylon and elastane and comes in variegated colourways with long repeats.
See more about the Crafternoon Treats flower here, and how I used it in the bunting I made here.
The Worsted Boxy pattern is by Joji Locatelli and is a paid pattern on Ravelry available here.
I made it in my own Corriepol DK superwash 100% wool that is available in my Etsy shop in single skeins and sweater quantities. I used Shale, Shadow and Kingfisher.
I bought my fabric from The Organic Textile Company, who are based in Wales.
Thank you to Kate on Shetland who sent me a lovely present last week, including a Shetland calendar for 2020.
I’ve also given a shout out to Tracy @tracypriestley, who has just moved with her family to Rousay in Orkney to live a sustainable, island life. It looks like hard work but so gorgeous 🙂
Find the updates in my Etsy shop for this week:
- The Colourwork Jewels
- Heart progress keeper sets will also be coming very soon.
Look up the Selby mitten patterns (and other lovely designs) by Skeindeer Knits.