Odds and Ends

Jun 30

Knitted Face Masks or Sewn?

Odds and Ends

Are you living in a country that requires face masks? I am now, and in a lot more places than before. It’s not just when we’re visiting a hospital or on public transport that we need them, it’s in any place where we can’t keep 2 metres between each other. So we need face masks […]

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Mar 15

Free knitting and yarn craft videos

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Is your school closed because of the coronavirus pandemic? I have a gift for you today, that will keep away the boredom in the afternoons, after schoolwork has been completed. You may be aware of my course which introduces knitting and yarn crafts to children. It usually costs money, moolah, dosh. Not at the moment! […]

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Dec 24

Top 5 Knit With Hannah Videos of 2019

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Which of the Knit With Hannah videos have been most watched by you in 2019? I’m going to reveal all today, so stick around and see which ones were most popular. There’s a real mixture of videos this year, from knitting jargon to beginner knitting and more. Apologies for the blurriness over the video, I’m […]

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Sep 03

Magazine Review: Rowan Magazine 66

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This week’s video may sound like an advert for Rowan magazine, but I’m hoping you’ll see that I’m giving a balanced view, sometimes playing the admirer, sometimes the devil’s advocate. As with everything in life there are pros and cons. Just as with some profiles on Instagram, you’ll think first time you see it, that […]

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May 14

How To Knit i-Cord

Knitting Jargon Tutorials , Odds and Ends

If you don’t have a French Knitting doll, but you’d like to create a similar tube of knitted fabric, then this is the class for you! Your pattern may say ‘knit i-cord with 4 stitches for 50cm’ and you’re completely baffled. Don’t panic. This is the hitch-hikers guide to i-cord knitting, just make are you’ve […]

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