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Some Autumn color – plus a baby wood pigeon waiting for a feed!

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A new Pattern knit with Renaissance Dyeing lace weight yarn:
Rainbow Jasper


Wicklow:


It’s been stormy:

The sky recently:

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some recent photos:


Some knitting:


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Hello from Dublin, hope you’re keeping well!
Here’s a new pattern called 3D Bubbles with drop stitches and ribbing:

Donnie on the beach:


Garden colour and reflections:

A new project of Tokyo Bubbles:

In the park:

Wicklow feather:

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A new pattern called Tokyo Bubbles – it’s a simplified version (mostly garter stitch) of Camino Bubbles. An introductory 10% discount is available using the code bubbles at checkout.


I’m also working on a new colorway for Renaissance Stripes in collaboration with Renaissance Dyeing.


Some local colour:


A misty Autumnal visit to Avondale, Co. Wicklow (you can click on the photos to see bigger versions):

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Hello and thanks for your visits and comments. Hope you are enjoying the Autumn (or Spring) colours!

A new pattern called Gentle Waves – it’s an easy knit with an introduction to dropped stitches.


Some recent photos of walks with Donnie:

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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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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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