Monthly Archives: December 2015

Ta dah!

Last one! Once all of the middles are stitched, you can remove all of the pins, including the South Pole. Now you will take the second colour that you’ve chosen, and add 5 rounds to each section. I like to … Continue reading

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final temari post – part a – photo heavy

I know I promised that this would be it, but it’s just too long with so many photos so I’ve decided to split it in two parts and I’ll post the second part (it’s shorter) on Thursday. Tomorrow is yarn along … Continue reading

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the penultimate temari post – I promise

See intro here. See supply list here. See part 1 here.  See part 2a here. See part 2b here. See part 3 here. So, there’s one more small step to prepare the ball for embroidery – the obi and tacking down the marking threads. This particular pattern … Continue reading

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’tis the season

It’s that time of year where sniffly noses and over-scheduled calendars collide. Nicholas has been down for the count for the last two days with a nasty bug. We’ve been lying low during the day and John takes over when … Continue reading

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back in the temari saddle and hello instagram

I’ve been sucked into the Instagram world – so many beautiful pictures…. Join me here: carriefluter:  if you care for the odd silly dog, knitting or family life photo and let me know your link too! See intro here. See supply list here. See part … Continue reading

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service announcement

I’m very sorry to say that I won’t have the temari post today. I’m overwhelmed at the moment with work and life and this has to take a back burner until my list has shortened somewhat. Looking ahead, I now … Continue reading

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yarn along wednesday

Brown and grey – my favourite, but they are really boring to photograph…… Umaro has grown another repeat, I love this blanket so much that I suspect the instant I give it to my mother I will cast on another … Continue reading

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