Knitting

Missing Lockdown

It may sound strange, but I am actually missing lockdown. Obviously the reason for having it is not a good one, and it’s good to be able to go out when I want to, but I really enjoyed being at home. We have been at Level 2 for two and a half weeks now and… Continue reading Missing Lockdown

Cross Stitch, Karen's Korner

Back On Deck

So it’s taken a while but I finally feel like I’m back on deck. A lot of February went past without me really noticing. It definitely went by without me getting much crafting done. This week I have started getting back into a few things. It has been really good to have a bit more… Continue reading Back On Deck

Cross Stitch, Knitting

One Down, Still Many To Go!

As you can see, I’ve finished my little cross stitch, so that's one down of my many projects. I actually finished it on Saturday evening, but needed to get organised to get a photo taken. I still need to find a frame for it. This project was small and straight forward, and I found it… Continue reading One Down, Still Many To Go!

Crochet

Mirror Image Scarves

**This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. The first Leisure Arts book I am going to review is called “Mirror Image Scarves”. I am not generally a scarf person, but I found the patterns in this book really interesting. I was intrigued… Continue reading Mirror Image Scarves

Crochet, Karen's Korner, Knitting

Knitted Knockers

Several months ago I came across a wonderful initiative called “Knitted Knockers”. As the name suggests, knitted knockers are handmade prosthetics for women who have had to undergo a mastectomy. They are soft, light-weight, fully adjustable, and can be made in a huge range of colours. Knitted Knockers.org was founded by an amazing lady named… Continue reading Knitted Knockers