- 2017 Pinwheel Blanket – Row 1-5 of 8 – Overview
- Project 2017/003 – 2017 Pinwheel Blanket – Row 5/8 – Block 30/48
- Project 2017/003 – 2017 Pinwheel Blanket – Row 5/8 – Block 29/48
- Project 2017/003 – 2017 Pinwheel Blanket – Row 5/8 – Block 28/48
- Project 2017/003 – 2017 Pinwheel Blanket – Row 5/8 – Block 27/48
Category Archives: Encontros Tricot
The day started off bright and early for me and before heading down to Coimbra with a car-load of friends, I popped into Ovelha Negra where there was a weaving workshop going on, so I stood by the counter and bound … Continue reading
Today is the start of the WWKIP – World Wide Knit in Public, and it will continue until next week Sunday. I’ll be going to two of these events organized by two different LYS’s. Today’s event has been organized by … Continue reading
Yesterday evening I went over to Ovelha Negra for their monthly All Knit Long. I forgot to take photos, well I took some, but I was just too busy talking and knitting and helping people. Two finished Dessin-Moi un Mouton … Continue reading
Two weeks ago I went to All Knit Long hosted at Ovelha Negra on every 1st Thursday of the month, and as usual, it was a great blast. And we had a lot of finished items. Mellow Sweater in Amélia by … Continue reading
The last official All Knit Long at Ovelha was a blast, didn’t get much knitting done as usual 🙂
Photos taken during our November get together. I at first thought I was going to be sitting there alone with Luisa, but in the end we ended up with 9 people, so quite a large group.
Last week Sunday the 20th of September, I spent my afternoon at Ovelha Negra with the dogs to celebrate it’s 6th anniversary as well as the inauguration of their brand new yarn, Amelia, a lovely tweedy 100& merino yarn. Here … Continue reading
On the 3rd of September, I headed on over to Ovelha Negra for their All Knit Long session. Clever me forgot to charge the camera battery though, so I’d only taken a couple of photos before I was without it. … Continue reading
Some more photos taken at the Botanical Gardens in Porto. The photo above shows a Giant Bird of Paradise plant, unfortunately it wasn’t in flower at the time.