Nanna says she’s really enjoying “free knitting”! These are her scrumbles so far. She thinks they’re getting away on her… Advertisements
When she finished knitting a vivid stripy scarf, Nanna says she hat lots of bits of colours to play with. So she’s doing freeform knitting, making scrumbles. We don’t know what they’ll turn into. Nanna says she doesn’t know, either. But she’s got some ideas… Nanna always says “I’ve got an idea!” (Little brother says, “So… Continue reading Scrumbles – you never know…
Nanna says she’s just finished a “summer beach / winter weight” scarf. There’s a matching necklace you might want to buy to wear with it. Nanna says they’ll be on felt.com soon.
Nanna’s knitted a LOT OF HATS but they’re not for Little Brother – who doesn’t like hats, anyway – or for Big Brother who already has a snuggly purple hat. The hats Nanna’s been knitting are to give away to kids who don’t have a Nanna or Mum who knits for them; or who need… Continue reading can you guess what this is?
Nanna just finished this jersey. It’s made from hand spun wool she got from a knitting group friend, with some shop bought wool for contrast. She knit it in funny squares and rib patterns, with a V neck. Then she needed a model. Big Brother didn’t want to put the jersey on, and Little… Continue reading just try it on… please?
Nanna says the navy and off-white striped hat is for Little Brother, but he won’t wear it. Little Brother does not like hats. Nanna’s knitted navy and orange things – hat, mittens and socks – in adult size. Just now, they’re on sale at the Winter Woollies exhibition at Kapiti Gallery, along with the jersey… Continue reading who will wear these winter woollies?
Silly old Nanna! We’re not being cheeky, she said this to herself. Nanna says the followed the pattern this time BUT she forgot she was knitting 10 ply instead of 8 ply wool. So Big Brother’s jersey is WAY too big, and Little Brother’s jersey is, too. This means Big Brother can wear the jersey… Continue reading she followed the pattern, but…