Knitting is more than just a pleasant pastime – it’s actually beneficial for your brain, your state of mind, your hands and even your old age! With so many benefits, no-one can afford NOT to knit. Read on to find out why knitting is so ridiculously good for you.
The shocking truth is that many of us knitters are completely, unashamedly selfish when it comes to our craft.
When is a new bookmark not a new bookmark?
My resolution for 2016 is to make goals instead, regardless of how crazy they might be. As long as they’re achieveable, they’re good to go.
In the latest instalment of Take Me Back Tuesdays, we have a look at why the Royal School of Needlework thought dressmaking was so important in wartime. It’s probably not what you think!
There’s been a lot of knitting going on around here lately so it’s time to change it up with some sewing of a different type.
Now that we’ve settled into our new house, it’s time to tackle the chaos that is my crafting area. Can I turn unpacking chaos into crafting chaos? The journey begins here.
How much difference can a single missing stitch make? A lot, apparently, when it comes to knitting gloves.
Remember when I urged you to let your friends and family know you collect things? Well here’s another example of how amazing that can be!
You never know what you’re going to get when you open up a crochet pattern book from the seventies.