Posts Tagged ‘spinning’
The Swift
The Swift

…of wool and wood.

WARNING: spiders!

Yesterday I had the amazing experience of talking to Dr Chris Holland of The Oxford Silk Group, for the forthcoming series of The Hub. Our series – starting on Sunday 11th April – kicks off with a special focus on Science to tie in with Science Oxford. Now ever since I first read about the […]


I love reading about other people’s spinning. Caro wrote this post – spinning – on her blog last week, with a great description of why spinning is a good evening activity, whilst on the Bowerbird Knits blog the rich story of her latest sweater from Corriedale tops to finished sweater has been gradually unfolding throughout […]

Perfect Bank Holiday Weekend…

After spending Saturday morning in a vague malaise online and editing sound-recordings, I decided to stop kidding myself that I was going to get any work done on the podcasts when I could plainly see whole families playing together in the sunshine outside my house. I tidied my bedsit, and headed off into town to […]

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