London-Wul is a fibre farm in New Brunswick Canada where animals are neither destroyed nor sold without exception. Also a national award winning shop and studio, London-Wul is home to textile artist Heidi Wulfraat.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006


...Finished this set to be wrapped up for a certain baby's first Christmas! The yarn is handspun and the wee cap was knit using a Bev Galeskas pattern. .... Just a little more custom spun to prepare and then on to take care of my own holiday preparations .... What's the date today???

Custom Einstein Update: welcome to all who have recently joined in. We'll be watching those blogs indicated by member names (see right margin). Hope all of your swatching is going well. Or for those who are on my track, perhaps you have yet to even think about swatching!

Hint: You should note that throughout "The Knit Stitch" Sally indicates patterns that should be knit to gauge "GET GAUGE" vs "GET CLOSE". She makes the distinction between knitting to gauge as opposed to merely getting gauge on your swatch (and never achieving that gauge again during the project). Oh- to have only had to knit hubby's sweater once last Christmas - this year socks. Check out your Einstein pattern - you need to GET GAUGE!
...And if you don't have your pattern book yet CALL US!!

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