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Spring is upon us and we love to share what inspires us in this very magical season. Spring is the beginning of new life and brings forth wonderful colours, nestling birds and the scent of everything new and fresh. 
First Blossoms, shy leaves, warm touches from the sun as well as heavy rains and chilly mornings are the inspirations for our first little spring collection of handmade accessories, which we hope you will enjoy as much as we enjoyed making it.

First attempts for my new design First Blossoms.

And here they are: First blossoms, London in February.

First Blossoms: One of the headbands that will be available in our shop this Spring. You can buy the finished product as well as the pattern to knit this headband yourself. (This pattern is currently being test knit and will be released in April 2017.)

I love love love seeing this yarn with its heathered colours every day! I am really inspired by it, every single day.

A sneak peak of another beautiful accessory that will be available in our shop.

Have a look at some of our personal knitting projects in Spring

The Sanik Shawl by Donna Smith, published in Shetland Wool Week Annual 2016. I am knitting the shawl out of John Arbon Textiles Alpaca Delight.

The Flora Cardi by Carrie Bostick Hoge, published in Making Magazine Flora and knitted out of Garthenor Lace, a blend of Manx Loaghtan and Shetland. This yarn is 100% organic, undyed, british wool. And it is stunning!

The Wild Feather Mitts by Cecily Glowik MacDonald from Making Magazine Fauna. Knitted out of beautiful Alice Starmore Hebridean 4ply.

And the Oh-Land Cardigan by Linnea Ornstein. Perfect to wear on chilly Spring days.