For a few months now I’ve been teaching myself Nålebinding with the help of some YouTube videos. There are a few photos on Instagram of my efforts. I’m so grateful to Karin Byom on Instagram for her hints and tips! She’s so talented! Just look at these socks she made! I also started a pair… Continue reading Nålebinding Needle – Hand Carved By Carveryn Review
Disclaimer: This is not a political post. All opinions expressed are my own and I mean no offense by these remarks. I’m just frustrated!
What makes this cowl special is the knitted hug it gives you as you make it and how special it makes you feel when you wear it.
I’ve been going back and fore to England via the Severn Bridge since I can remember. We’ve gone back and fore across the bridge more times than I’d care to count! Every time, we used to smile and wave and chat to the people in the booth and commiserate about the weather being too hot… Continue reading The End Of An Era – The Removal Of The Severn Bridge Tolls
On Tuesday, I went to St Fagans to research what was originally going to be an article I was going to offer a magazine on the history of knitting and the fibre arts in Wales. The problem is that I was really inspired by what I saw!
I decided this week that I would do some research into Melody’s history. Especially as I couldn’t play her for a few days while the strings needed replacing.
Can you belive that today marks the ninth anniversary RiverSystem and my marriage. We’ve had a few ups and downs mostly downs but we’ve got through it. I don’t think we’ve got it completely right but we’ll get there… eventually! A few months ago, I was thinking we needed a break. I thought it would… Continue reading Weekend Away Part One – American Museum in Britain.