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Some excitement at my LYS:
Designer Cat Bordhi, Jim Petkiewicz and a group of international knitters visited
The Constant Knitter last week, the first step on their tour of Dublin, Dingle and Galway.
Cat demonstrated her Moebius techniques, Rosemary and her friends provided tea and cakes, and I did a trunk show (click for more images).
Some Dublin colour:
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Thanks for all your comments about mini – each one is appreciated!
The house still feels empty without her.
Here are some newborn lambs, seen at Airfield House farm in South Dublin:
I tried out some weaving at the monthly meeting of the Irish Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers at The Constant Knitter, Francis Street, Dublin:
I will be meeting famous knitter Cat Bordhi and friends at The Constant Knitter on May 9th at about 5:30pm – drop in if you’re in town! I recently did a trunk show there – this is a swatch of MagicWaves with Sari and Hibiscus:
New pattern with sock yarn (I don’t knit socks) and stacked decreases:
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safavid in wicklow:
stubble and Sugarloaf mountain:
St Patrick’s Cathedral:
shop windows (the first one is a large photo of Francis Bacon with one of his paintings in the background – in an auctioneer’s wondow):
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a Spring visit to Kilmacurragh Botanic Gardens, County Wicklow:
a very busy bee:
starting a new lace project with left overs of sock yarn:
Thomas Street, Dublin on a sunny day:
shadows in Bray:
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