Tag Archives: Jamieson & Smith

Canadian Art Deco Knits: Albert Street Tam

It’s April, so it’s time for┬áthe fourth pattern installment in my Canadian Art Deco Knits ebook. This month the inspiration came to me via a family member. My aunt Viv lives in Regina, Saskatchewan, and sent me some pictures she’d … Continue reading

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Rippling River

I’m thrilled to announce that Rippling River is now up and ready to go. Thank you all for your name suggestions. You helped me get one step closer to publishing. The last step was getting some pictures. Once again Francine … Continue reading

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A pattern in search of a name

A while back I showed you that I was busy darning in some ends: It all started because I had these lovely balls of Jamieson & Smith 2 ply lace weight yarn in natural colours from Sheeps Ahoy. I sat … Continue reading

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I knit myself into this mess

I’m not ready to show you the full design yet, but I thought I’d show you what I’m facing today: The only way out is to neatly darn in each end. I know this yarn will stay put nicely because … Continue reading

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