Monthly Archives: January 2012

Adventures in Natural Dyeing, Part II

A few weeks back when I posted about my recent attempts at dyeing with plant materials, I referred to having tried my hand at dyeing an entire garment with India Flint’s ecoprint technique. Now I’ve finally taken some photos, here’s … Continue reading

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The Obligatory 2011 Knitting Retrospective

At the beginning of 2011 I laid down some knitting goals for the year ahead, accompanied by the usual lyrical waxing about how the new year is basically a completely arbitrary point that doesn’t really have much significance when it … Continue reading

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A Very Fine Roadtrip

As mentioned last post, I’m now happily ensconced in a frangipane surrounded weatherboard house on the northern New South Wales coast. This is standard for me this time of year. However, I got here in a manner a bit different … Continue reading

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Adventures in Natural Dyeing, Part I

To begin, happy new year everyone! The general consensus among a lot of people I know seems to be that 2011 really could have been better, which is a shame. To all of these people, and indeed to everyone, I … Continue reading

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