Monthly Archives: June 2011

Blanket squares #1

It’s been a week since International Yarn Bombing Day, and I’ve been incredibly busy at work, and so had completed nary a stitch of knitting or crochet till today. I thought then it would be a good time to update … Continue reading

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Quick and simple #3: please help yourself

Hello! Happy International Yarn Bombing Day 🙂 So this is the last of the three little pieces I wanted to put up before IYBD. It was a plain piece of double crochet, using two thicknesses of bright pink wool (till … Continue reading

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Quick and dirty #2

I really wanted to knitbomb the grand walkway up to Leazes Park (from Barrack Road), and it had been too busy when we arrived for the Green Festival. So I’d knocked up this little cutey to place on the way … Continue reading

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Quick & simple

… or as my boss would say ‘Quick and dirty’. Since I’ve been working on my large art piece for the WWA – and since I’ve had a massive overload at work – the tags I’ve been making to put … Continue reading

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Why ‘slipk2not’?

One of my friends, who is knitty but who I know through other aspects of our lives, wrote to me to say she’d read the blog and ‘got’ the name; I was pleased because I’d feared it was a bit … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Green Festival

This is going to be one of the rare occasions when I actually get a post up the day the tag(s) went up! And this is because the Green Festival, in Newcastle, started today and continues tomorrow, and the tags … Continue reading

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