More Giftalong picks: tried and tested

Today I though I’d review a couple of patterns that I knit in the previous 2 giftalongs and that are available as part of the gift along again this year, and another pattern on the needles. I know these designs don’t just look good but are also fun to knit to and have been well received by the young … More More Giftalong picks: tried and tested

Giftalong Pick No.2 : I need some Moa Mitts

My next pick from the Ravelry Indie Designers Giftalong are the Moa Mitts by Åsa Tricosa Designs, aren’t they gorgeous. © tricosa (used with permission) Åsa is probably best know for her garments which use innovative construction techniques to great effect. When I was looking for a way of explaining this I checked out the ‘about me’ … More Giftalong Pick No.2 : I need some Moa Mitts

Giftalong Pick No. 1: You Just can’t go wrong with a Milo

In my last post I said that I was taking part in the Indie Designer giftalong both as a designer but also as a knitter. So what about the knitting? Well I could be accused of being a little predictable with this, my first Giftalong pick. Milo by Georgie Hallam aka tikkiknits © Georgie Hallam (used … More Giftalong Pick No. 1: You Just can’t go wrong with a Milo

Indie Designer Giftalong

If you haven’t been following on Ravelry, the Indie Designer Giftalong is now in full swing. If you’re wondering what it is, it works like this: 338 Independent designers offer a selection of their self published patterns at a 25% discount with the code ‘giftalong2015’ Knitters and crocheters (and fellow designers) make hay on the pattern … More Indie Designer Giftalong