We’re off into the woods looking for bracken, and answers to the deep philosophical questions of life that may be found in the stitches of an Alice Starmore sweater.
Stopping by the woods on a snowy morning, selfish knitting month continues, and I give away my sister. It’s the Millennium Woodscast.
We’re at ground zero of our 20 mile radius this week, with mince pies, sloe gin, knitting lessons from a 14th century logician. Let it snow, baby! I’ve got my love (and a new scarf) to keep me warm.
Painting has more to do with knitting than it would seem at first glance. Pembrokeshire artists, Linda Norris, and Claudia Myatt colour my world, and a new bind off technique that will rocks my toe up socks.
The past becomes the present; the present becomes the future. We revisit the textiles of Iron Age Britain, make the usual remarks about the weather, and discuss sods law, as it applies to new carpet.