News Articles Archive
15th January 2013
Anonymous yarn-bombing may be the latest trend in knitting groups, but one club has chosen to make themselves known by protesting surrounded by woollen decorations.
The Knit 4 Justice Group occupied Salisbury Market Place this week, covering trees and signs with knitted and crocheted pieces, as w... read more
14th January 2013
A common problem for many knitters is having a series of unfinished works.
It's very tempting to begin a new project that you're excited about, putting another in a drawer for later, or simply getting stuck and giving up on your knitting pattern.
But these pieces needn't go to waste and can be re... read more
11th January 2013
Volunteer knitters are being sought by a museum in west Cornwall, which is looking to boost its displays and interactive activities.
The Cable Stitchers knitting group is appealing for new members who can help with one of their biggest projects to date, helping make fashion items and creative dis... read more
10th January 2013
Pupils in South Tyneside are picking up knitting skills thanks to a new instructional website.
Year six children at Jarrow Cross Primary School in Borough Road are now taking up this nifty hobby after South Shields arts venue The Customs House made a new educational platform online.
Shields Gazet... read more
9th January 2013
The London catwalks were awash with eccentric knitted designs this week as part of the Sibling show at London Collections.
Unusual was the name of the game at the fashion week, with this particularly event showcasing knitted menswear in a whole new way.
Woollen hoods and hats covered the models' ... read more
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