Monthly Archives: October 2012

Homework

No weaving class this week – it’s ‘half-term’ already. ¬†However, we’ve been given some homework! My weaving class takes place in a Church Hall and a week or so ago we received an invitation (sent out to all the groups … Continue reading

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What a difference a yarn makes

I’ve just finished knitting a hat for my son’s birthday. ¬†We’d chosen the yarn together – Debbie Bliss Rialto Aran (100% merino) in dark navy – and he’d specified the type of pattern. What fascinated me was just how different … Continue reading

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The importance of knotting

The cushion fabric is off the loom and now I have to complete the project and make up the cushion. I took the fabric to my weaving class during the week, and although it’s cotton the advice was to give … Continue reading

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