Monthly Archives: March 2014
I’m finally on chart B and I’m adding beads for the first time ever!!!!
I’d come across some really cute toy patterns by Barbara Prime (Fuzzy Mittens on Ravelry) before, and when I saw that she was hosting a Mystery KAL I decided to go for it. (Picture taken by Barbara Prime, and taken … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of visiting Angela at Dona Agulha last week and took some photos of the lovely yarn she’s got lying around. Come visit and see this lovely store in person and get lost in the colours, … Continue reading
I’m doing another test knit for Emily. This is yet another version of her popular Haruni, this time I’m going to be using beads, now to decide which ones to use. This is Wetterhoff Silvia in Navy and I’m … Continue reading
A shawl/scarf I made quite some time ago, but never really got around to photographing. It’s Stephen West’s Wedgewood. My version is knit with Yarn Adventures Sock in Light Blue and Grey Blue with 4mm needles.
Well the first sock is finished, the second sock well on its way to getting there too.
Ovelha Negra is a very special yarn shop in Porto. The owner Joana is an absolute gem of a person, she’s always willing to help her customers with any questions or queries they might have. Her employee, also Joana, is another … Continue reading