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Ennea EScouter, 01.11.13
by Lori Law
Do you love handwoven blankets? It’s a blustery day around here which is what made me want to go looking for some. This modern blanket, designed by Holly Berry, woven in Scotland features the word ‘love’ in morse code woven into the design.
Another potential warming item caught my eye : felted wool slippers. These are hand-made to order in Lithuania from organic merino wool.
Today marks the beginning of a yearly series of blog tributes and WALs (wool-alongs) related to the celebration of sheep and wool. I love reading about the wonderful world of wool and how much it can contribute to our lives : Wovember. This post is by Kate Davies interviewing FelicityFord about her sweater design, Layter.
Do you spend hours pouring over button possibilities for your new knits? Here’s a button artist who does not disappoint in providing beautiful hand-made varieties for you to peruse. Each one is made by hand.
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