The Remakery is essentially a bit of motivation or focus to cast on again one of those designs that we’ve always promised ourselves we’ll make again. I’d be utterly delighted if you wanted to use this as motivation to remake some of your favourites. There are no rules or requirements, you can remake absolutely anything and there isn’t a cast on date or anything…
Let’s have a little giveaway which enables some *you* time!
This started as a visit to the Smallholders but through that I felt I needed to pass on some links to how to approach selling your yarn or wool products!
One of the things I wanted to do with the survey was to put forward a few of the ideas and suggestions I have received from you over the last wee while and gauge opinion on them. You may remember that my word for 2016 is momentum and it was with that in mind that I set out some of your suggestions.
Today I have the first part of an interview with Rachel Atkinson. We chat about her new yarn Daughter of a Shepherd ahead of it’s debut at Edinburgh Yarn Festival
I did a lot of thinking (and listening) about sponsorship. Knowing what you don’t want to do is a good place to start!
KnitBritish is excited to be sponsored by BritYarn. Come on in and listen to why I have decided to start this journey and get excited by all the British Wool Wondrousness!
There have been a few questions about haps – I try to explain, but as you will see, some of the terms were just made to confuse!