Nanna ran out of wool! She came to stay with us, and can’t get the wool she needs to finish the Jump for Joy jersey she’s been working on. So she bought some different wool, and she’s started a cardigan. It’s one of her favourites; she knitted one for each of us, but we’re too big for them now. Here’s a picture of the wool she’s using, the one she knitted for Big Brother, and pictures from the pattern of the “Asian inspired” jacket. Continue reading Asian Inspiration
Now the chunky blue rug is finished, Nanna’s knitting something you might like to buy. Guess what it’s going to be? Will it be orange? Will it be quirky? Will Nanna follow the pattern? (I told her, “It’s very ‘portant to follow … Continue reading your turn! will Nanna follow the ‘structions?
Nanna’s working on a rug now. This one isn’t for us; she’s using leftover wool that people don’t need, to knit a warm, chunky rug for kids whose Nanna or mum can’t knit for them. Sometimes their mum or dad can’t look after them and they go to stay at someone else’s place – sometimes in the middle of the night – and need something to keep them warm. There’s more about these kids at Foster Hope. She’s nearly finished then she’ll be able to knit things for you to buy. Maybe you’ve got little kids who’d like a woolly rug, but … Continue reading chunky blue rug
little brother big brother bright and quirky hand knitting by Bronwyn White Continue reading new site for quirky knits