Summer 2017

Double Moss stitch

Double Moss stitch

If you’re after a bit of texture in your knitting and want to get fancy, this is your chance. In this video I’ve used a chunky, smooth, wool yarn and most importantly a plain coloured yarn, to show off the combination of knit and purl […]

Are You A Witty Knitter?

Are You A Witty Knitter?

I love remembering the days when I would gather with my friends and chit-chat about knitting, all of us sharing the space to discuss our latest projects and read our knitting magazines. Those days aren’t that far behind me, but it’s a different world. For […]

Choosing which colour to knit with is easy…right?

Choosing which colour to knit with is easy…right?

I have a wicked grin on my face! Is it easy? is it? And more confusing is drilling down and saying, what do I choose for my Dad’s Christmas jumper, my bestie’s Winter hat, my neighbour’s new baby? Well today let’s investigate just one of […]

Knitting through the jargon….

Knitting through the jargon….

If you’d like to join me next week for a Knit With Hannah jargon busting ride, we’ll do some jargon busting- you know, figuring out all that secret knitting code. Sign up to my email list- on the side bar- and starting next Tuesday (August […]

Hannah And Her Technicolour DIYs

Hannah And Her Technicolour DIYs

“….if you think it, want it, dream it, then it’s real, you are what you feel…” I love the musical, Joseph And His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. There’s something in the story and soundtrack that just gives me goosebumps. It’s the tale of someone overcoming misfortune, […]

Tassel Earrings anyone?

Tassel Earrings anyone?

It does seem a shame to have left-over yarn sitting inside the deep, dark depths of a wooden blanket box or Hogwarts trunk- well, we have to knit hats for the House Elves, don’t we?! Maybe in real life, it’s in the plastic storage boxes […]

DIY Friendship Bracelet

DIY Friendship Bracelet

The idea behind today’s video is that you can meet up with your friends, share and swap all your ribbon, buttons, beads and yarn and knit bracelets as a group and really have some fun. I knitted this with left-over Aran (worsted) wool and 5mm […]

The slip knot

The slip knot

The foundations will always be important in my book and the very first stitch you make as you cast on is no exception. This method of creating a slipknot is secure and adjustable. Once placed on your needle this way you can tighten or loosen […]



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