|Image courtesy of The Knitter magazine|
|Image courtesy of Di Gilpin|
Firstly I profiled the great knitwear designer Di Gilpin. She has made Scotland her home and, along with creating internationally-renowed knitwear designs, has also started her own Scottish yarn range. More details and a review to come soon on this blog.
|Image courtesy of Linda Lencovic|
My final feature in this month's issue is a column about what to do with leftovers in your yarn stash. Even though I had a year of resolving to not buy any new yarn (well, I nearly stuck it out, and birthday and Christmas presents didn't count!) I still have lots of part-balls stored in colour groups in clear plastic shoe boxes.
I won't spoil it for you by giving away anything more about the features but I do hope you enjoy reading them. Now it's time for me get thinking of more ideas for forthcoming issues of the magazine.
Tin Can Knits Spoiler
It's so very hard to keep a knitting secret but a copy embargo is a copy embargo. All I can say is that I've had a very special sneak peak of Tin Can Knits latest pattern book, due to be released on September 10th. Let's just say that the future is bright ... find out more next month!
In the meantime, once I've finished my latest WIP I'll be starting their Lush cardigan in Rainbow Heirloom yarn.