Tag Archives: Woolly Wormhead

Lamitra for Painted Woolly Toppers

It feels like this hat has been on the needles for ages, and I’m not sure why because it’s a delight to knit. Lamitra by Woolly Womhead When Painted Woolly Toppers was released this was one of my favourite designs … Continue reading

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Fibre East

We spent last weekend at Fibre East. For once I remembered to take a couple of photos of the stand. Well, I remembered once Bobbie told me to…….. Yarns all neat and tidy and ready to be fondled. The new … Continue reading

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Vortice Hat

More knitting – another hat from Painted Woolly Toppers by Woolly Wormhead. This is Vortice. I loved making this hat – the pattern manages to be both simple and clever. Garter stitch and multicoloured yarn are made for each other. … Continue reading

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Tops and Tails

I have lots of knitting finishes to share with you – it’s amazing what a couple of days on the sofa can achieve. First up are two hats from Painted Woolly Toopers by Woolly Wormhead Quoin used 67 grams of … Continue reading

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Shop Update 01.05.15

There’s a real mix of good things for the update this week – and I hope there will be something to tempt you. The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) are appealing for funds for the Nepal disaster, so until 1800 on … Continue reading

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Giostra Hat

Sometimes knitting seems hard. It doesn’t work out quite how you hoped. It does odd things. The pattern seems baffling. And sometimes you come across gems like the Giostra hat from Woolly Wormhead and you remember why knitting is such … Continue reading

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Painted Woolly Toppers

One of my favourite designers has a new book out. The lovely Woolly Wormhead has excelled herself and come up with 10 glorious patterns, all using variegated yarns. I want to knit all of them. Right now in fact. Here … Continue reading

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