If you have ever purchased circular knittings needles to knit with you may have discovered the conundrum of how to store them! I have been looking for a good way to store my circular knitting needles for about 4 years now! Continue reading “Knitting Needle Book Project”→
Whenever I start a Victorian Translation project I always like to do some research beforehand and I thought that I would share that process with you. It is the sort of thing that I find interesting when other people share. I consider this to be a research paper and have included links to my sources where ever possible so that you can use them too if you are reearching the same area of interest. Continue reading “Research Paper for Victorian Crochet Cuffs”→
I have recently been working on translating some Victorian knitting and Crochet patterns into instructions that my contemporary crafters might be able to follow. As I go about my research and collection of Victorian era women’s magazines I do sometimes come across words which are foreign to me. I thought that I would begin to share them here with you.
Long time no see! Today I want to share with you my experimental piece of art that I did for testing my idea of painting with yarn. I have a painting of a girl with purple hair that I wanted to attach yarn scraps to but I wasn’t sure whether I should glue it or sew it. So I purchased a small 15cm x 15cm canvas to test on. Continue reading “Painting With Yarn”→