The UK’s first ever graffiti Yarnstorm Bootcamp is announced! Yay! Spend the weekend learning the art of the sneaky stitch with me, The Fastener and Plarchie the Squid.read more
A very mushy loved up Valentine’s Day from Cooey the Pigeon and her new friends, the Flutters. Awwwwwwww.read more
Cooey the Pigeon loves the snow. And you should too! If you have forgotten how and become a snow moaner, let Cooey remind you why snow is the coolest thing ever.read more
Zuts alors! What do you get if you mix one yarnstorming graffiti knitter, one pile of insanely coloured yarn and the biggest comics festival in Europe? You get the Weekend of the Woolly Wildflowers!read more
A free knitting pattern for a squishy stitched handmade heart for Valentine’s Day, plus terrible renditions of classic love songs and some awfully dreamy knitted Gods in the nip. Awwwwwwwwww yeah!read more
Cooey the Pigeon takes her needle to a pair of humble gloves and shows you how to make them iPhone-tastic. What a crafty genius she is.read more
Just when you think there couldn’t possibly be more mice to knit they keep multiplying. A family of six mice can turn into about 60 mice within 6 months, and it seems my mouse patterns are just the same. Here’s a peek at more of my mouse patterns…read more
I’ve teamed up with the fantabulous folks at Craft to release one of the patterns from the shiny Stitch London book into the wild.
You’ll have to keep quiet or I’m not sure he’ll come out. Ready? Shhhh. Meet Toerag the Tube Mouse…read more
Fancy getting your paws on some exclusive Whodunnknit stuff? Want to wear your crafty love with pride? Feel the overwhelming need to adorn your walls with fabulous prints of Knit the City’s woolly adventures in sneaky stitching?
For six days Whodunnknit’s shop will live! LIVE I TELL YOU! MWA HA HA HAAAAAAA!read more
Slake Moths, from China Mieville’s Perdido Street Station, feed on people’s dreams, they excrete nightmare-making invisible poo, and they leave their victims behind as drooling hunks of human vegetable.
So what would make a more perfect tribute to Mr Mieville’s monsters than to immortalise them in lovely squishy yarn, I ask you?read more