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Some new photos of my ~Renaissance Stripes pattern – intarsia knitting with naturally dyed laceweight yarn from Renaissance Dyeing.





Francis Bacon studio, transferred to Dublin:

Botanic Gardens Dublin:

Chester Beatty Library:

Emo Court:





Seaside:

Airfield Estate, Dublin:





Phoenix Park:

Wicklow:


Japanese Maple:

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A new pattern called Fresco Stole, made with new colors of Schoppel-Wolle’s Zauberperlen yarn:

Some photos from Donegal:

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Seals near Howth:


Killiney and Bray:


Pet shop:


Mount Stewart:


Mystery knit along:



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Some pictures of the recent mystery knit-along, and recent walks in Dublin, Wicklow and Tullynally, Westmeath:


This was the original prototype, followed by some images of photoshopping to try to finalise the pattern:

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Thanks for your recent visits and comments!
Here is a new pattern called Shetland Shadows:



Sandy inspirations:

Some recent photos:


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Thanks for your recent visits and comments!
Here are some recent photos from streets and parks in Dublin.


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This pattern, Jugendstil Brioche, is now available. Knit with Crazy Zauberball and Hedgehog sock yarn.


Some photos of Donnie enjoying the outdoors:







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some recent photos of knitting and walks:

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A new pattern now available from Ravelry and my website:

A luxurious crescent shawl inspired by the opulence of ancient Egyptian jewelry.
The color scheme of gold and precious stones is echoed in dibadu’s handpainted 100% silk yarn, Seda Encantada.
The yarn is held double; each color comes in two 50g skeins of slightly different colorways, adding depth and richness when held together.
Knit with three colors: 094 red, 116 yellow and 124 blue. The yarn is available from dibadu.de



Some scenes from around Dublin:


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A fantastic project of my Coral Reef pattern by @slipstitch, with yarns from Helene Magnusson, Renaissance Dyeing and Loret Karman, among many others:

Some Autumnal colours mostly from Farmleigh Garden in The Phoenix Park:

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