This weekend I discovered that if you search for my Facebook page using my name, you may not find it. Adding the tags knit or knitting will help, but my page still does not appear near the top of the list. I am grateful to the lady who showed me that people would find my family and friends facebook page. They may not realise it is me, but if they did, they could see more about me than I would like to be generally known. I thought that with my unusual maiden name my page would
Would you believe it? Yesterday, I told a lady at the Knitting and Stitching Show about a double-pointed needle I lost travelling on the London Underground and the embarrassing squeal of horror I made when it dropped between the platform and the train. Today, I was travelling to Olympia and the Knitting and Stitching Show, and I found a double-pointed needle on a seat of the number 49 bus. And yes, yet again, I made an embarrassing squeal.
You know the problem. You are at a party; you put down your bottle of beer and, when you turn around to retrieve it, you cannot find it again. A small group of bottles have gathered, and there is no way of telling which bottle is yours. What can you do? Answer: knit it an animal hat. No... not when the drink is already lost. Go to the party prepared. Yarn bomb your drink! But you are going to have to wait for the pattern for this Summer essential; I will post the pattern when
A friend of mine is starting a blog, and I am really looking forward to reading the posts. I have discovered she can take a good photograph, which will add to the joy of reading a well thought out post. But it seems it was not an easy decision. She was worried about who might read her blog and what they might think. I can sympathise. This blog is my second blog. The concept of my first blog was to describe the life of a freelance designer in real time. It is a job that many p