A Pocket Full of Bling

Hello peeps!

I have a confession to make.

I have an addiction.

I’m addicted to stitch markers.

Big ones, small ones, felted ones, round ones, beaded ones, triangular ones, rubber ones, metal ones, plastic ones, attachable ones, fixed ones………

I think I might need an intervention. ¬†Seriously, no single person needs that many stitch markers (shhhh….. don’t tell Mr HK ūüėČ )

In defence of my addiction, I have used all of them and I have a variety of sizes for every project on my needles (I’m not sure if that latter one is really a good defence though ūüėē ). ¬†I have some very cute ones, like the Teapot and Teacups from Steph Cuddles.

Or the little felted balls with embroidered sheep from Jelby.


I love them, but not all of them are very practical. ¬†I find with the dangly ones that I have to move the bead/ dangly bit out of the way otherwise the stitch marker gets caught up in the stitch or the yarn gets tangled on the dangly bit. ¬†It doesn’t matter how big or small the bead/ dangle is, inevitably I have to flick the marker out of the way which takes time and is a little bit annoying after a while.

My favourite stitch markers, the ones that I find most practical (and rather pretty too) are the ring-o’s.

I am now the proud owner of 2 sets of snagless/ ring o stitch markers (in 2 different sizes, just in case you were wondering). ¬†I love these! ¬†They are pretty, they are practical, and there is no need to flick anything out of the way. ¬†The added bonus is that they can come in multicoloured sets, perfect if you specifically need different coloured/ lettered markers (although if it was me, I’d note down which colour correlated with which marker on the pattern). ¬†I bought the set above from Knits by Jo, they are the XS size and fit a needle up to size 2.75mm – perfect for all my socks! ¬†Jo is also an Aussie (and local to me too) so it wasn’t a hard decision to buy these very pretty stitch markers (I like to think I reduced my carbon footprint by buying local rather than from overseas). ¬†I must admit that I’m really glad that I bought the XS ones from Knits by Jo, it’s nice to have something small specifically for my sock projects (and it’s so good to have an excuse to show them to you, I bought them a little while a go and haven’t had a chance up until now).

The above set was my first set of snagless stitch markers and have been my go to stitch marker for all of my projects up to a size 4mm needle and I love the Fripperies & Bibelots store, there is such a great range of coloured rings and beads and they come with that cute little tin. ¬†They also make a great gift for the knitter who has (almost) everything. ¬†I really really love the snagless variety of stitch markers and would highly recommend them to any one looking for pretty but practical stitch markers. ¬†Don’t get me wrong, I like the dangly ones and I have used them regularly

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… but I prefer the snagless/ ring o variety and will eventually add larger sizes to my collection.

PS. ¬†Except for the picture of Millrace, I’ve copied all the pictures from the various etsy stores so you could see how awesome the markers look, without being distracted by my projects or fingers.

I ‚ô• Autumn

Hello lovely people!

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We celebrated yet another family birthday last week. ¬†This time my little G turned 3. ¬†We have at least one birthday a month from November through to June between our family and Mr HKWT’s brother’s family – that’s a lot of birthday presents! ¬†I’m thinking of doing a celebratory give away when all the birthdays are done!

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Have I ever told you how much I love Autumn (or Fall as our North American friends call it)?  Aside from the milder temps I love the colours.  I mean, I really really love the colours!  I get excited seeing the trees turn all sorts of amazing shades of reds, oranges and yellows.  I love them so much that I want to paint my house in those colours.

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On Saturday we took the kids up to Blackheath Memorial Park, it’s a great place for the kids to play with 3 separate playgrounds. ¬†It’s also set on the side of a hill so it totally wears the kids out with all the running up and down the hill plus it’s great for rolling down ūüėõ . ¬†It’s a great place for a picnic and so that’s what we did – fish and chips in the sunshine. ¬†Perfect day!plane

Blackheath is a beautiful part of the mountains, it’s further up then Katoomba and well worth the visit, with lots of lovely shops to browse through (not that I get to do that with 5 kids in tow) and plenty of cafes. ¬†In my opinion the place comes alive with colour in Autumn, I’m sure the same is true for Spring but as I’ve already said I love Autumn :p . ¬†It’s also the home of a new and very cool yarn store, The House Of Wool (I’m sure I’ve mentioned it before) and of course we had to stop in and have a browse! ¬†I was pleasantly surprised by lots and lots of new Australian indie brands, including Augustbird. ¬†I stumbled across Augustbird sometime last week when I was trawling etsy looking for Australian yarns, so it was quite serendipitous that The House of Wool has started stocking this particular yarn and of course some of it came home with me ūüėÄ .

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I think my stash is growing faster than I can knit :/ .

It’s funny, I’ve talked a lot about everything but what I’ve been knitting over the last couple of weeks and yet I don’t really have much to show you (I still don’t, I have taken no pics ūüė¶ ). I have finished¬†Millrace. ¬†I haven’t blocked it yet and I have no photos of the finished project BUT it is finished and I am so happy that it’s done! ¬†I do need to take myself to Bunnings to get some more rubber mats so I can block it and that is near the top of my to do list. ¬†It would be great to have it done soon, just so I can wear it as the weather gets cooler.

I started my 2nd Jaywalker sock while we were away and I am well and truly into the foot. ¬†I’m still decreasing the gusset as I’ve been busy with other things and it’s pretty much become my travelling project so only gets worked on here and there. ¬†I’m kinda at that point where I’m wishing that it was done already, just so I could move on to the next thing which should be finishing off another pair, or at least working on Mr HKWT’s Gimli sock. ¬†Why couldn’t God have given us 4 arms? ¬†I could get so much more accomplished! ¬†Anyway, it’s closer to being finished then to being started and that’s a good thing!

I also finished off the right front of J.J’s Artichaut. ¬†I had a migraine last week (reason why I only blogged once last week, I can only do so much when my head is throbbing) so took the opportunity to sleep and knit whilst Mr HKWT did everything else. ¬†It’s so nice that now I only have one side and the bottom edge to finish off but I’m going to have to find the motivation to do that. ¬†I’ve come to the conclusion that the Bendigo Woollen Mills Luxury 4 ply is not a good yarn for anything beyond baby clothing. ¬†(Correct me if I’m wrong, I’m not claiming to be the next Clara Parkes) I think the yarn is plied rather loosely, making the yarn very lofty, airy and soft, but also making it rather stretchy/ elastic. ¬†It’s beautiful on the skin but the weight of larger garments and the elasticity of the yarn don’t mix. ¬†M.I.A wore her Artichaut a few weekends ago and it’s already losing it’s shape and falling off her shoulders. ¬†I guess it doesn’t help that she’s a bit rough with her clothes (she’s a very active 7yo who likes to pick up her baby sister) but still, I would have thought that it would survive better than that. ¬†As a result M.I.A took of the Artichaut before we went out and I’m not sure if she’ll be very keen to wear it again any time soon. ¬†I’ve already decided that I’ll knit Sunny’s Petit Artichaut out of something else, just not sure what yet. ¬†(I just google translated Artichaut from French to English…… it means Artichoke…….. mmmmkay ūüėĮ )

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The first Hopsalots¬†slipper out of that lovely hot pink Nundle yarn I bought while we were away has been started and finished – well at least the knitting part. ¬†I still have to knit the ears, felt the slipper and then ears, let it dry and then attach the ears, then do the 2nd slipper. ¬†But the knitting is done ūüėÄ . ¬†OH MY WORD! ¬†The 8ply (DK weight) Nundle 100% Australian yarn is to die for! ¬†It is so incredibly soft, smooth and a dream to work with! ¬†I love it! ¬†I tried the unfelted slipper on my foot and it was so lovely and soft and warm. ¬†I can’t wait for these to be finished. ¬†They’ll be my luxury slippers, for when I’m sitting around spending my afternoon knitting, or reading (yeah, like that happens very often. ¬†Oh well I can dream). ¬† I will definitely be buying yarn from Nundle again!

Aside from some swatching, I have cast on and knitted the first 4 rows of Sempervivum. ¬†I will be totally honest with all of you and say that I’m totally disappointed with Brooklyn Tweed Loft. ¬†But I think I’ll save the reason why for my next post. ¬†I will soldier on with the project considering that I bought all the yarn for it and I’m dying to make Sempervivum but I doubt I’ll be buying Loft again. ¬†I’ve been looking at the Rock Island¬†(another gorgeous Jared Flood design – see I have nothing against the designer, just the yarn) and I have decided that I will be knitting that out of something from Skein in all likelihood. ¬†On the upside, if I hadn’t have bought it I would have gone on wondering what it was like. ¬†Well, now I know. ¬†Fingers crossed the finished object looks great :/

Here in the Have Knitting household it’s school holidays and it’s raining today. ¬†So, better tear myself away from all of you lovely people and get back to entertaining and feeding the troops (I’m sure they eat more when they’re all home).

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What’s your favourite season?

Christy

PS. ¬†There is now a facebook page. ¬†If you’re on facebook please swing by and “Like” me ūüėÄ

The BEST Swing Set in the World

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On our way home from Toowoomba and the very epic Easterfest, we had a few adventures ūüėČ

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The first was finding a crazy dinosaur on the side of the road. ¬†I can’t remember what small little town it was but we decided to stop the car, turn around and all get out for a few photos ūüėÄ

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Secondly, we visited the Nundle Woollen Mill. ¬†Nundle is a small little country town about an hour out of Tamworth (think Golden Guitar and Keith Urban) and about 5 hours drive from Sydney. ¬†I was positively beside myself with glee at this little adventure and couldn’t wait to get there.

The mill itself is set back from the road a bit and there is off road parking, however Nundle is such a quiet town that parking on the street is no drama.  Outside is a lovely place to picnic, there are a few tables around and some trees to shelter under away from the hot Australian sun.

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Inside is knitters heaven! ¬†When you walk in the door you are immediately in the shop. ¬†On the left hand side is yarn, lots and lots of Nundle yarn that has been spun on the premises (and possibly some Noro). ¬†There are lots of colours to choose from and a few different weights and blends. ¬†There was also a beautiful display of Art Viva knitting needles, made from Tasmanian oak in Tasmania (ok, they were arranged in a tin bucket but that doesn’t sound as nice “display”)

The night before we went to Nundle I sat with my phone trying to decide on what pattern to buy yarn for, I was thinking of knitting up a cardigan, but when I got to the mill I realised that I would need around 1000 yards of yarn and that seemed to be a bit too much for my bank balance. ¬†So I settled on the Hopsalots slippers by Tiny Owl Knits. ¬†I came across this pattern a week or so before we left on our adventure and was totally in love with the idea of knitting and then felting slippers – something that I haven’t tried before. ¬†The only thing that concerned me that there was no mobile phone coverage in Nundle and I couldn’t access ravelry to find out how much yardage I needed.

On the right hand side of the store were a range of clothes, socks, locally knit scarves – I didn’t pay a great deal of attention to these as I was there for the yarn, not the already made goods. ¬†At the back of the store was a door that lead through to mill viewing area. ¬†Essentially the mill is a 2 storey building, with the shop and the viewing area both being on the top floor. ¬†Unfortunately I think everyone was out at lunch so I didn’t get to see the mill in action, BUT just seeing the machinery pretty much put my excitement levels into overdrive and I almost cried (I’m an emotional being). ¬†There was also more yarn, a lounge to relax (and possibly knit) on, more clothing items, Ugg boots, lots of different books for both knitting and crochet, and a basket on a table full of beautiful ready to spin braids that have been dyed locally.

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After settling the kids down outside for lunch (they were going a little silly in the mill) I went back in to make a decision about my purchases. ¬†That wasn’t easy. ¬†In the end I settled on 4 balls of the 100% Merino 8ply in hot pink, perfect for felting (and if you’re wondering, my guess about yardage was spot on ūüėÄ ). ¬†When I got to the counter I asked the lady a few questions, trying to suss out if the yarn was completely 100% Australian, and happily it is (the ball band even has the Australian Made symbol on it). ¬†Although that’s not true of all the yarns available from Nundle, it was for this one and I walked out of the store so happy to not only be supporting the Nundle Woollen Mill, but supporting the Victorian processing plant and the hard working Aussie wool growers.

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By the time I had finished my rather large family had moved from under the tree where they were enjoying their lunch to the playground that sits just to the side of the mill.  For such a small town it was one of the best playgrounds I have come across, with a cubby house, slide, swing set, and other various climbing on and over things.  It was great and the kids were having such a ball, it was hard to get them back in the car.

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The entire playground had a farm/ yarn theme, which for a fibre enthusiast left me wanting to play too. ¬†Above and beyond all the sheepy and farm¬†inspired¬†equipment, there was one thing that stood out from the rest…

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A swing set, made of knitting needles and yarn :p

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Wish I could have one in my backyard!

If you’re ever in Tamworth, make sure you take a trip out to Nundle, it’s totally worth it.

Have you ever seen a knitting themed playground? ¬†If so, where? ¬†I’d love to see it – even if they are only pictures ūüėÄ .

Christy

Route 86

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About a month ago the local Christian radio station that we listen to, Hope 103.2, was running a competition for tickets to Easterfest, Toowoomba. ¬†Easterfest is a Christian music festival that’s held in Toowoomba, Queensland and has been going for the last 13 years. ¬†I registered my name, not thinking that I would win. ¬†I wrote on the cow blackboard (yes, I have a blackboard in the shape of a cow) that is hung near our kitchen what I needed to say just in case the radio station rang me. ¬†I never thought that I’d win.

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Day 1 of the competition, I listened as I organised my kids out the door, no phone call.

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Day 2 of the competition, the older 3 had just left for school and G was nagging me to put the tv on. ¬†I walked over to the radio to turn it off and they had just started the call out. ¬†The phone rang on the radio and my heart dropped a little in disappointment, the phone continued to ring and eventually the broadcasters cut the call and started on call #2. ¬†Again, the phone rang out and as the presenters were discussing the possibility of no one answering their phones that morning, my phone began to ring. ¬†I quickly picked up the phone and said very timidly (just in case it was someone else) “Hope 103.2 send me to Easterfest”. ¬†I instantly heard cheering on the other end of the line. ¬†I won, I won a family pass to Easterfest 2013 with a premium upgrade. ¬†I honestly couldn’t believe it!

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The next few hours were spent in a flurry of activity as I tried desperately to find¬†accommodation for a family of 7¬†in the already packed to the rafters city of Toowoomba. ¬†Finally – after a few tears – found accommodation in Postman’s Ridge, about a 15 minute drive out of Toowoomba, down in the Lockyer Valley (yeah, you read right, the place that had all that flooding, although I didn’t realise that until we were there). ¬†I was quite hesitant when I rang Six Mile Country, the camping ground that amazingly enough had cabins big enough for my family, I wasn’t expecting them to have any spots left, so I was beyond pleasantly surprised when she said that the 8 berth cabin was available. ¬†And the price, oh my, so affordable, especially in comparison to what we would have paid if we’d stayed in a motel. ¬†After that it was easy to find accommodation on the road to and from Toowoomba – for those playing along at home, it’s about a 12 hour trip from the Blue Mountains in NSW (where I am) to Toowoomba, QLD (where we were going). ¬†I guess if the kids were older we could probably have done the trip in 1 day (and to my darling husband, I don’t think I will be ever up for trying that!) but 5 -6 hours in the car is not fun, especially for the kids. ¬†Plus with all the toilet and food stops it generally ends up being a lot longer than what we expect.

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It wasn’t until the week before we were supposed to leave it hit me that we were going away for almost a full week and then the pressure was on to get all the washing done, dry and folded, ready to pack. ¬†What I accomplished in that week still astounds me, especially considering that I still managed to blog and get some knitting done in that time :p .

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There were moments on our journey that we both wondered what we were up to (me more than Mr HKWT, seeing as I won the tickets and he was only along for the ride) especially once we got to the camp ground.  There were only 2 showers and 2 toilets for all the people camping, and while that was fine on Thursday night/ Good Friday morning, by the time Friday afternoon rolled around and all the other guests had arrived, that was a lot of people using only a few facilities.  And folks, this may come as a surprise to all of you, but I am no camper!  I found the whole sharing amenities a little confronting Рbut for the sake of my personal hygiene I did get over it :p .

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But in the end it was more than worth it and I would do it all again in a heartbeat. ¬†The people in the caravan/ tent set up across from us were also going to Easterfest and their daughters played so nicely with my kids. ¬†They were also kind enough to lend us their GPS so we could find Queens Park (which really wasn’t that difficult to find) and told us where the “secret” parking was – aka free parking.

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There was a dedicated kids programme run by Scripture Union Queensland. ¬†While Mr HKWT and I were rather tied to that particular area due to needing to supervise our children, the kids had a ball. ¬†There was phenomenal face painting, a jumping castle thingy, a ball pit, a petting zoo full of little farm animals including the cutest tiny little piglets, games, activities galore, a sand pit, colouring in, a circus school – not once did I hear the word “bored” in the whole 3 days. ¬†The kids had a blast! ¬†And Mr HKWT and I did manage to get out individually to see some of the other things that were happening around Easterfest, plus drink some of the best coffee I have ever EVER tasted!

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Saturday was the epoch of the weekend for me and will probably go down in history as one of the best days of my life! ¬†In an amazing twist of fate (sometimes having kids has it’s bonuses beyond the love, cuddles and kisses) I managed to not only meet the guys from NewWorldSon but I also had my picture taken with them, all the while listening to Audio Adrenaline, who were just over the fence, sound check. ¬†Then I had my Audio Adrenaline cd – Under Dog – signed by Audio A. ¬†That cd is now priceless! ¬†To top off an awesome day, Saturday night was spent singing and grooving along at the Audio Adrenaline concert headed up by their new front man, K Max, originally from DC Talk. ¬†E. P. I. C! ¬†Now I know the vast majority of you will be wondering who I’m talking about and if you ever walked past any of these fellas you wouldn’t even bat an eyelid and that’s ok. ¬†It was my epoch, my day to savour, my weekend to be forever thankful for, a memory that will always bring a smile to my face (especially after being told by 2 of the artists that I admire so deeply that I was wearing a cool t shirt) – and yes, I’m still smiling now, almost a full week later at the joy that weekend bought me.

NWSI’m the one in the middle that’s smiling so hard her face is about to explode :p

What did you get up to over Easter?

Christy ūüėÄ

Fair Go

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The right to a “fair go” is the thing almost all Australians put at the top of their list when it comes to values.

Deborah Gough, The Age (you can find the full article here)

Australians are big on the concept of a “fair go”. ¬†We all want to be treated with fairness and equality; whether it be in regards to wages, or our gender, feeling heard and being acknowledged, anything where the individual may feel discriminated against. ¬†This concept runs through our blood. ¬†I believe in a fair go for everyone. ¬†On Thursday, at my weekly craft group, we had a woman from¬†Fair¬†Trade Down Under come and talk to us, and what she had to say was rather eye opening. ¬†There are more slaves in the world today – 2013 – then in any other time in history. ¬†Yes, today in our enlightened society were we value equal rights, we have more slaves then in any other period in history. ¬†It just looks different.

Forced labour takes different forms, including debt bondage, trafficking and other forms¬† of modern slavery. The victims are the most vulnerable ‚Äď women and girls forced into prostitution, migrants trapped in debt bondage, and sweatshop or farm workers kept there by clearly illegal tactics and paid little or nothing.

(Found on the homepage of the International Labour Organisations website.)

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Even Australia is not immune to this scourge on our society, recently some men were arrested in Western Australia over a slave labour racket (article found here).  These people that are forced into labour of any kind in any country in the world do not get a fair go!

Last year I read Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s “All Wound Up” (you can find her fantastic blog here), on top of being a hilariously funny read, she makes a very interesting point about crochet

Every stitch of crochet you have ever seen, every tablecloth, every curtain, every piece of lace trim or band on a hippy blouse at the Gap, everything was entirely and completely made by a human being exactly the way that you would do it if you were crocheting it yourself. ¬†Human, yarn, hook. ¬†That’s it. ¬†The construction of crochet means that a machine can’t do it, and hasn’t ever yet. ¬†Just think about it.

When I read that I was a little bit shocked.  At the time there was a lot of crocheted clothing in store and all of a sudden it dawned on me that someone had made those clothes.  Someone had sat there with yarn and a crochet hook and made lots of them.  In all likelihood that person got paid very little and worked ridiculously long hours.

Slave labour, forced labour, whatever you want to call it is not a joke. ¬†It’s not something that we should just sweep under the carpet and ignore while we buy cheaper and cheaper clothes. ¬†It’s something that we should be taking very seriously, because everyone deserves a fair go.

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Aestlight

So, I’ve finally had a chance to wear my Aestlight.

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I love it!

When we went to the park on Saturday to take some pics it was pretty warm, too warm to be wrapped up in wool anyway.  So we just snapped a couple of pics before we left Рnot much of a photo shoot, but I hope it shows you just how pretty it turned out.

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The only thing that I would change, if I could travel back in time and tell myself what mistakes not to make, is to make the larger version. ¬†I could have gotten away with it, especially considering how much yarn I have left over. ¬†But I didn’t think of that at the time, and I thought the large one would be too large. ¬†I don’t know, it’s smaller than I thought it would be, but maybe I’m considerably taller than Gudrun Johnson so it looks bigger on her ūüėē . ¬†Hmmmmm….. maybe they should put the models measurements on patterns so you can gauge what it’s going to look like on you ūüėē ¬†What do you think?

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The kids had a blast at the park, as always.  It can be such an effort to get all 7 of us out of the house, but I think Mr HKWT and I forget how easy it is once we get to the park, no complaints of being bored, no demands to be entertained.  Just an hour or more of watching the kids enjoy themselves running off all that energy.

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It’s Autumn now and I can feel the change of season. ¬†The days are getting shorter and it won’t be long before daylight savings and those light filled evenings are over. ¬†It makes me sad. ¬†I don’t like winter, I don’t like short days, I don’t even like the cold (says the mad knitter). ¬†It always seems that winter is far longer than summer, and I will miss summer, the hot days, the long evenings, the ice blocks and water guns, the long light filled evenings, the sunsets, the sun dresses and skirts, my thongs, the washing drying off in a few hours. ¬†Everything. ¬†I know it will come again, but it’s too far away ūüė¶ (now I’m sounding like my kids waiting for their birthdays to come around again ūüėõ ).

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But at least with Winter approaching I’ll have a chance to wrap myself in all that knitted goodness I’ve been working so hard on! ¬†Speaking of which, the socks I’ve been “designing” have been ripped back about 3 times now. ¬†It’s frustrating and demoralising (and a lesson to be learned in using that grid pad I bought) and I keep wondering why I’m putting myself through this and is it really worth it? ¬†Do all designers have this same issue? ¬†Or is it just me (because if it is I think I’ll give up now)? ¬†I like to think that for as many great new working designs that each designer puts out, there are at least 2 that didn’t work out the way it was planned – or am I totally wrong and great designers are born, not made? ¬†I know that it’s hard work, this designing caper, and maybe it’s something that I’m going to have to really push at in order to succeed. ¬†It’s a shame that my automatic reaction to this is to give up and walk away before I’ve even really started. ¬†Maybe 2013 should be the year of positive self talk.

The Gimli socks are a slow work in progress. ¬†And I mean slow! ¬†I was looking at them the other day thinking that I must have at least an inch of the cuff already, I measured it and was way of (as in there wasn’t enough). ¬†The cuff is supposed to 1.5″ and I have thought about reducing it to just 1″ just because it’s so time consuming and a pain in the butt! ¬†However, considering that they are for my husband I think a longer cuff is probably a bit more masculine, so I’ll tough it out!

Just over a week ago I discovered gradient yarn.  It started a little bit of a fascination and I spent a while trawling through etsy looking at all the different colours.  I came close to buying some, but I thought better of it and ended up doing a google search for Australian hand dyed gradient yarn.  I came across the House of Yarn in South Australia.  Not only is it a functioning yarn shop, both online and a physical store front, they also dye their own yarn and they have gradients.

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So the above (I don’t know what I was thinking when I took that photo) is 4 ply/ fingering weight sock yarn in the Peony colourway. ¬†It’s a 75/ 25% merino nylon blend and at 400m I’m pretty sure it’s going to make an awesome looking pair of socks. ¬†In fact, I’m already planning on making the Om Shanti socks with them. ¬†When it comes to Australian indie dyers, I don’t generally think twice about buying, I love supporting Aussie made ūüėÄ .

Well, that’s it from me for today. ¬†I have a little girl home with an ear ache. ¬†It’s always nice to have an extra set of arms around that are willing to help.

Do you know of any good indie Aussie dyers? ¬†Post them here and share the love ūüėÄ

See you soon

Christy