Spun from I-D magazine and merino tops at Prick Your Finger.
KNITSONIK aka Felicity Ford during her week’s residency recording the sounds of knitting. Continue reading
With Rickrack and elastic edging.
Cable V neck, Herdwick aran weight, like Wastwater screes. Winter.
There’s no flu virus big enough to attack my handkerchief this winter…
Analogue Amnesty is a collaborative sound and spinning project by Rachael Matthews, initiated in 2008. Continue reading
Happy Christmas everyone!
Crochet squares are a great project for travelling through spring, summer, autumn, winter and back round again. Continue reading
You are all invited to a private view of newly knitted moths by Max Alexander. Continue reading
Missed Shetland this summer? The Shetland Knitters are coming to London! Come say hello to them at Covet at Craft Central next week! Inspiration to be had.
Save the date! Kandy Diamond prepares us for Halloween with her knitted Tricks and Treats. Please come to a private view of her works on Friday 17th October 2014 6-9pm. Continue reading
We’d be delighted if you were able to join us Next Thursday 25th September at 7.30pm as sampler-cultureclash presents Spin Cycle as the finale event of Yan Tan Tethera at the English Folk Dance and Song Society. Continue reading
Sometimes I think Craftivism is just about housekeeping. All our projects involve * making tea, washing up, sorting scrap paper, winding yarn, making lunch, washing up, accounting, ringing your mates, making coffee, washing up, writing instructions, talking to the public, sweeping floor rep. from * to end. Continue reading
Didn’t we go quiet on this blog? There were various reasons, but it all started when we learned to Knit again at Cecil Sharp’s House, the home of the English Song and Dance Society, where Sampler Culture Clash David Littler was curating a show called Yan Tan Tethera, or which, folks, we have been part. Continue reading
Amy Twigger Holroyd’s party to celebrate a decade of her research and making of knitwear was in full swing. Continue reading
Every once in a while, I get a call from Mother Seraphima and the Sisters, possibly the most creative knitting nuns in the United States of America. Continue reading
Here is Kandy Diamond presenting us with new dimensions in knitting.
As the last week of Kandy’s show ‘Death by Knitting’ approaches, many of you are still asking ‘How did she do it?’ Continue reading
I do love a good conversation, especially a conversation where there are lots of ideas of things to make Continue reading
Alex Czinczel is a book-binder, model-maker, knitter, embroiderer and animator in brief. Continue reading
“Reading Gloves” brought together two of Tom of Holland’s interests – knitting and romantic fiction. Continue reading
Artist, film maker and singer from the seminal bands The Raincoats and The Hangovers, Gina Birch, came to Prick Your Finger in December 2010 to display her collection of handmade bags and banners and to sing us some songs. Continue reading