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This week has been a whirl of checking the final proofs of my book, Translating Between Hand and Machine Knitting, which will be published by Crowood Press in the summer. If you have a knitting machine, you will know that … Continue reading
Find out how to work this, and many other useful and creative techniques in, ‘Translating Between Hand and Machine Knitting’, available next year.
Time to play now that my manuscript has gone to the publishers.
Today was a big day. I sent the final manuscript of my latest book to the publishers. When I say ‘sent’, I mean by snail mail, as there are so many images it was too unwieldy to send digitally. I … Continue reading
My pretty yellow Fridja garment steamer has died. It’s heating element has gone west. I decided not to buy another of this make as there were a few things that niggled me. Yes it looks cute, but that big front … Continue reading
It’s so much easier getting my samples evenly blocked since I made a blocking mat with a grid. I had an ancient foam backed mat that had a brilliant reflective, iron-proof top layer that I couldn’t use any more because … Continue reading
Anyone can contract scabies, and my textile research, carried out in collaboration with Brighton and Sussex Medical School, allows people to experience some of the symptoms and visual disfigurement associated with scabies. My work in the exhibition is a precursor … Continue reading
The link above the image will take you to my Blogger page on Creative Machine Knitting, which I will soon be migrating to WordPress. That is once I have mastered WordPress beyond the basics, and finished writing my latest knitting … Continue reading
Writing another book always brings on a sense of insecurity, so I spent a little time this morning browsing reviews of The Knitting Book and Knit Step by Step. On Amazon they are still scoring high, and independent reviewers have … Continue reading