Author: Deadly Knitshade
The Little Knitted Polar Pug is a woolly companion to accompany you through the snow-covered tale of Pugs of the Frozen North by Sarah McIntyre and Phillip Reeve (released into the chilly wilds this September). Knit your pug and hug it tight to protect it from the blizzards while you excitedly wait for the book! […]
Ho ho handmade! A Squishy Santa Christmas Decoration is just the right size to hang from your tree and welcome in the festive season with a wave of your woolly needles.
My handmade Matt Smith as the bow-tied Doctor Who, a couple of familiar fibre-based friends, a woolly TARDIS and a squishy little dalek, and a Story Tree leaf with a Time Lord twist
It takes about three seconds for your legs to feel like they’re about to freeze and snap off when you’re swimming off the coast of Norway in October no matter how sunny the blue blue sky above your head is. I know this because yesterday I did just that and went back in again one […]
Celebrating the 4th of July with fibre-based fireworks I’m having a little party and you’re all invited. Meet the Stitch New York knits!
Stitch New York’s little big city knits will be strutting their stitched stuff at the Royal Fesitval Hall on Thursday 4th of July.
Join the sneaky stitching graffiti knitter Deadly Knitshade on Friday June 21st at 8pm for a yarnstorming alien invasion of the London Overground.
Yarnstorms tend to be quite quiet things. Lurking there all woolly and colourful but not really saying much to the ears. Why are the ears not included in the woolly love, I ask you? It’s a tragedy that must be fixed!