Inspired by Edwardian sweaters, I refashioned another modern ill-fitting sweater into an Edwardian-style sweater! Continue reading Edwardian-Style Sweater Refashion – V-Neck & Bishop Sleeves
I always wanted to have an Edwardian-style sweater but knitting is not my favorite activity! 😉 So instead of knitting one I finally decided to use a modern sweater and refashion it into an Edwardian sweater. Continue reading Edwardian Sweater Refashion & Tam Hat
9 free antique knit and crochet patterns for Edwardian & WW1 tam o’shanter hats!
The Edwardian tam o’shanter or tam hat – a soft knitted or crocheted wool hat – was the everday hat of Edwardian girls and sports hat of Edwardian women. ‘A small woollen cap […] which only needs two hairpins to keep it in place, is extremely becoming, and suitable either for summer or winter.’ Continue reading Edwardian & WW1 Tam O’Shanter Hats – Free Knit & Crochet Patterns
Make a cozy knitted wreath this Christmas! All you need is an old sweater or scarf and a wreath base. Continue reading Knitted Wreath From An Old Sweater
Fabric ornaments are easy to make and a great way to use up fabric scraps or to recycle old clothes. I reused old oven mitts, red knit stockings and a felted wool knit hat. Continue reading Tutorial: Fabric Ornaments – Heart, Star & Tree
Turn an old sweater into a cozy knitted pillow in less than 10 minutes! It’s an easy refashion – even for sewing beginners – for those ill-fitting sweaters at the back of your wardrobe. 😀 Continue reading Sweater To Pillow – Refashion Tutorial
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use a knitting nancy. French knitting or spool knitting is an easy and fast way to make I-cords. French knitting is also a perfect way to teach children how to knit. Continue reading How To French Knit – With Pictures
My loop scarf is finished! Continue reading Knitted Lace Loop Scarf
I’ve knitted a wool sweater, even though I don’t like knitting 😉 . Continue reading Brown Knitted Wool Sweater
I’ve knitted this 1920s Tam hat following this antique, 1922 pattern – the Devereaux Hat.
In the 1920s, Tam O’Shanter hats were popular among girls and young women – an alternative to the cloche hat. Continue reading 1920s Tam Hat – The 1922 Devereaux Hat