One of the things that I used to enjoy most about visiting the Knitting and Stitching Shows was seeing the work on display in the textile galleries. Even in pre-Covid times, the shows got too busy for me so I stopped going, preferring to look out for smaller exhibitions instead. When I saw that the Royal School of Needlework was holding a 150th-anniversary show at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London, I knew that it would be something I would enjoy.Continue reading
Getting up on a Saturday morning earlier than I do for work can only mean one thing – another trip to the Knitting and Stitching Show. Continue reading
I started this rag rug cushion a few years ago and, like so many of my projects, it ended up being put on the back burner. I was inspired to finish it after seeing rag rugging on prime time TV a few weeks ago on Make! Craft Britain, and also recently having completed a couple of small rag rug projects. Continue reading
I wasn’t sure if I’d manage to get to the Spring Knitting and Stitching Show because of the snow we’ve had this week but, despite the media’s non-stop scaremongering, I got there without any problems. Continue reading
Have you spotted any green hearts this Valentine’s Day?
Over the last few years, hundreds of people have been making and sharing green hearts to raise awareness and begin conversations about the impact that climate change is having on all the things we love. Continue reading