Reviewing what is one of my favourite patterns
I'm easily bored and need to be entertained, like a child. New techniques, therefore, draw me in like moths to a flame. The most recent one I learnt is this one, for making chenille fabric. I had seen this earlier as well, but Debbie Shore released a video a few weeks ago that brought it … Continue reading Between the lines
I've begun weaving again in the past couple of months, spurred by my purchase of the 12" Ashford Knitters Loom. I wanted a portable craft and since crochet and knitting don't do it for me any longer, this is it. This is a thing of beauty. I'm happy to report that my heart still clenches … Continue reading Playing with colour and texture
In which I invite advice or suggestions on pampering oneself.
This is the Live video from Facebook that I posted from a fair I had a stall at a few days ago. Don't mind the soundtrack; I'm still not comfortable putting my voice out there. https://www.facebook.com/Swakrta/videos/1282865895176408/ I've done a mini stall and a 'proper' stall in the time since I last posted here. This video … Continue reading Making my excuses
In which foul weather played havoc with a Fair.
In which I am paralysed by the choices I need to make
It's easier if there's a deadline
If there's one thing I deal with on a mammoth scale, it's words. So I've been tempted back to blogging. Let's see if I can keep this up and make better use of my words than I have before.
I've never done this before, so I hope it works... Blocks 7-12 of the Modern HST Sampler. Here is a photo showing all six of them. I tried to stick as closely as I could to the colours shown in the tutorials, relying on the designers' design and colour ability. I have none of my … Continue reading Link party