Ok, first things first. If you are picturing Ridley, on one side of the jousting lane, snorting and pawing, the woodchipper down on the other end, snorting some chips and revving its engine (do they have engines?), this is NOT what happened. Yesterday was one of our sessions with Tom and we were planning on… Continue reading Ridley vs. The Woodchipper
So finally, the part that we all have been waiting for. Lets start to knit! Lesson 3: Casting on in the round (and starting your project!) So to begin with, casting on in the round is no different than casting on to straight needles. So if you have managed to cast on a straight for… Continue reading So you want to be a knitter – Lesson 3
This is a follow up post to “So you want to be a knitter”. In lesson 1, we finished with downloading our pattern from Ravelry. Lesson 2 begins with setting up your project and the making sure you have the requirements. Lesson 2: Project Set-up (Ravelry and Requirements) Part one: Ravelry Setting up your project in Ravelry… Continue reading So you want to be a knitter – Lesson 2
I got the inspiration for this post title from one of my favourite good ol’ games, Quest For Glory: So you want to be a hero. I am a addicted yarncrafter, I bring my knitting or crochet everywhere with me. If I have to wait in a line, for an appointment, on hold on the… Continue reading So you want to be a knitter?
Good morning! I know I have shared my excitement over publishing my Fly Bonnet pattern and the fact that I have actually made a few sales! It is officially my most popular listing on my Etsy Shop. In honour of its newish release, I have decided to host a CAL (crochet along) on Ravelry. If… Continue reading Fly Bonnet Crochet Along
First of all, I have never seen Ridley get his dewormer before, but it came as no surprise when my barn owner texted me to tell me that he wasn’t happy about the process. To put it mildly. She asked if I could have Tom help me get Ridley to accept the process with better… Continue reading Ridley vs. Deworming