Monthly Archives: June 2018

Stuff sacks

Nowadays, almost every foldable jacket or pair of waterproof trousers comes in its own compact little bag – a so-called stuff sack. That didn’t used to be the case, and I still own a lot of walking and cycling gear … Continue reading

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It works!

I finished my Lazy Whoever and I’m finding it a delight to knit with. No more tugging at my yarn, wondering if I’ll break it. The turntable just spins happily on a table in front of me. And, as ever, … Continue reading

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Lazy Whoever

I’m knitting a summer jumper in fine linen yarn, in the round. It’s going slowly and, frankly, it’s rather boring: 224 stitches per round and all of them knit. And the worst of it is, I have to knit several … Continue reading

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