News Articles Archive
8th May 2014
Have you ever come to the end of a piece of knitting like a jumper or scarf and felt that it needed a final addition to bring it up to scratch? Crocheted edges could be the solution you're looking for.
Lifelong knitter and crocheting instructor Naomi Frenkel recently told the Detroit News that th... read more
7th May 2014
A keen knitter has revealed she always keeps a set of needles and some colourful yarn in her handbag - just in case the desire to get crafty arises and she happens to have a spare five minutes.
Anne Clark, 63, told the Derby Telegraph she has knitted almost anywhere, including the pub and on car ... read more
6th May 2014
Until relatively recently, traditional crafts like knitting and crocheting were considered a dying art and the preserve of the older generation. All that has now changed as these skills are experiencing something of a renaissance and are now being enjoyed by people of every age.
No doubt progra... read more
23rd April 2014
Yarn-bombing is now a popular pursuit across the country, but it usually involves decorating things like streetlamps and railings with bunting.
However, some very different guerrilla knitting has popped up in part of north-east England - and it has caused great delight and hilarity among local pe... read more
21st April 2014
A knitting group based in the West Midlands town of Erdington is working hard to create a beautiful memorial to the soldiers who lost their lives in the First World War.
Members of Creative Moments Craft Group have begun knitting poppies from black and red yarn - and they want to stitch 1,914 of ... read more
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