Tag Archives: 3D printing

3D-printed stich markers for lace knitting

As a fairly inexperienced lace knitter, I’m using stitch markers to demarcate every 12-stitch pattern repeat in my little Frosty Apples shawl, as well as lifelines after every row repeat. But after ten 4-row repeats of the main pattern – … Continue reading

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Lockdown sweatshop

Well, this has been the longest time between posts since I started this blog 6 years ago. Why? I’ve been frantically busy making protective visors and sewing scrubs for NHS staff and others who need them. A local group has … Continue reading

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Do I really need this coat rack?

I’m still playing around with 3-D modelling in Fusion 360, designing various objects to build familiarity with the software. I’m so pleased with a freestanding coat rack that I’m seriously thinking about trying to make it. I probably don’t need … Continue reading


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Learning 3D CAD

Last week I posted about the yarn winder I’m intending to make from an old drill. I’m expecting to have to 3D print some plastic parts for my winder, and in preparation for that I’ve been learning a 3D CAD … Continue reading

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