I'm putting the finishing touches on this little handknitted cardigan. These gorgeous buttons are hand turned from reclaimed timber by the lovely and talented @acorn_craft. They're the perfect match for the beautifully soft organic cotton from @woolcottonroad. I'll have just a couple of these cardigans available on the weekend at the @handmadecanberra markets. Handknits really are slow fashion! #handknitted#organiccotton
I was flipping through Instagram before my post night duty nap yesterday morning and saw a beautiful crocheted blanket. Oh! I thought I want to make one just like it - I’ll use my @nundlewoollenmill 4ply. So I saved the picture to my phone, fetched my tote of yarn and put it and my crochet hook beside my bed for when I woke up 🙄❤️ . . Only when I woke up I didn’t look at the phone again and dived straight on into making the new blanket - just like the one in the photo (swipe to see the one in the photo) 😂 . . Of course I haven’t quite captured it. Hmmmmm @carefulscrochet used a dark grey/brown for her repeating stripe and I’ve used natural - which gives hers a lovely rich warm look and mine is like strands of colour floating in the sand. My sleep night duty brain was completely certain Catherine used natural 🤭 . . But I love it anyway and my thoughts for it evolved as I added rows. I think I’ll try putting the final square “on point” then add natural coloured triangles to each side to make it a square again and then add a few rows of border - may even add those little squares I’ve been crocheting as a border. We’ll see. And I’ve ordered more colours cause one can never have enough colour. Right? 🤔 . . Last afternoon, as I watched Alias Grace, the stripes of colour just flew on and I seriously began to think oh hubbly-jubbly this blanket will done by the end of the weekend! 🙄 . . Silly girl. Now each row of colour is a long process, of which I grow impatient and begin to add the next colour just to see what it looks like 😉 . . Thanks @carefulscrochet for the beautiful inspiration ❤️ . .
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Hey guys, exciting news! 😯 Imogen Worden of 24 Mile Hollow Yarns has gotten together with High Steaks Farming to create a new aussie grown and made superfine merino yarn! Go check out their website via @milehighmerino for more info! 😊🐑💕 #aussiesgrowshithotwool