Monthly Archives: September 2018

Using photo transfer paper

I’ve always wanted to have a go at transferring an image onto fabric. It used to mean messing around with screens, squeegees and ink, or else a fairly expensive trip to the local photo processing shop where a limited selection … Continue reading

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Floor repairs and a finished hat

Fairy Leaves baby hat The hat I’ve been making, based on the Fairy Leaves baby dress, seems to have worked. It’s turned out the right size anyway. If I’m being picky, I’d say the crown is a little too pointy. … Continue reading

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Sand Art socks test knit

I posted a couple of weeks ago about my first foray into test knitting. I only had to make a single sock to satisfy the completion criteria for this top-down test, but I’ve been very disciplined and made the second … Continue reading

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The Fairy Leaves hat

There was a whole ball of green yarn left over when I knitted this dress for a one-year-old, plus some of the fuchsia pink too. That’s all I need by way of a reason to knit a matching Something. The … Continue reading

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