These guys are really good and their sock yarns are beautiful and so are their designs. Even their tutorials are relaxed and down to earth so it’s easy to see and understand what they are doing.
Very interesting reading of something I didn’t know anything about.
Follow this link to the article: Colour Dominance
Found another great Swedish on-line shop that will be used a lot! 🙂
I found this Swedish site “Rox Stamps“via one of my Facebook friends who buught nice dies from them. And the best thing was that I found Knitting and Crochet dies at this place! Me Happy!
I have for a long time wanted to learn Brioche and had no idea how to do it. When I finally started to look it up I found out it’s what we in Sweden call “Patent”, and that I have heard of. So I started a knit-a-long in my facebook group and then problems started. I don’t know how many times I was ripping it out and starting again because it just didn’t look right. I was following the pattern to the letter but it still didn’t look right. The other girls finished their brioche items and I was still trying to work it out. I Then started to watch films on YouTube and find out there are many ways to do this so that didn’t help much, but I started to see one thing that caught my eyes and that was that I should have the YO (yarn over/wrap) on the back of the fabric before I slip the next one purlwise. That’s what I did wrong and the pattern didn’t mention it! I hold the yarn in front of the fabric before I slip purlwise or just purl. I know that some people purl from the back, so they really should have mentioned this in the pattern. Once I worked this out everything worked just fine 🙂
I am a very proud Patreon of this pod cast and they are the best in my Book! It’s a knitting pod cast that also have lots of interesting History and some baking and cooking. Also lots of games and other fun things. They are located in Darlington, England. Give them a try!