The Fiber: Hello Yarn Polwarth Silk in Slumber The Mug: Ceramic Mug Om Yoga Tea by Marie Kennedy Pottery The Tea: Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime Tea The Yarn: Handspun by me
Several weeks ago Hedgehog Fibres posted a photo on Instagram of her lovely new colorway, Teacup. I was instantly smitten and had to have it. What could be more perfect for me than Teacup yarn? In fact, I ordered twice, on two different bases. Then I started looking for the perfect shawl, that would… Continue reading Knittea: Ulmus and a Cup of Tea
There’s nothing I love more than blueberries. Well, maybe blueberry colored yarn and blueberry tea in a beautiful blue mug? The Tea: The Republic of Tea, Wild Blueberry The Yarn: Unwind Yarn Company, Journey Sock in I Want it Now The Sweater: Chicory Top by Sarah Pope, handknit by me The Mug: Blue Drip Mug… Continue reading Knittea: Blueberry
For the most part I knit my own sweaters, but I couldn’t resist this sweatshirt. I know my husband would testify that I say this quite often!
Are you feeling crafty and in need of some holiday decor? I’ve been drooling over the yarn ball wreaths that are posted on Pinterest and I found this great tutorial at Cherished Bliss: A few others that caught my eye… Not feeling knitty? How about a tea wreath? You can use this tutorial… Continue reading Craftea: Christmas Decor
I’m taking a brief break from the usual Wednesday post to promote a local craft show where I’ll be selling my wares (handspun yarn and handspun, handknit mitten ornaments). The Creative Hand Show & Sale is sponsored by the Kansas City Fiber and Weavers Guilds. It features the work of 60+ artisans and showcases fiber arts,… Continue reading Creative Hand
Welcome back to Episode 7 and welcome to new viewers. Stay tuned until the end for information about the 100+ subscriber giveaway. If you’re looking for me on social media all my contact details are here. Please leave me a comment to say hello! Sipping: The Tea: David’s Tea Lime Gelato The Mug: Tervis, available… Continue reading The Corner of Knit & Tea: Episode 7, Sipping and spinning.
If ever there was a store made for me, it is Churchmouse Yarn & Teas. I hope one day to be able to visit the store on scenic Bainbridge Island, just a short ferry ride from Seattle. But for now I’ll just watch, and drool from afar.
Another creative intersection of knit and tea found on Pinterest:
Each year, during July, I love to stay home and watch the Tour de France as the cyclists bike through Europe. At the same time, the crafty spinners have developed their own tour, the Tour de Fleece. So while I watch the bike races, I spin along at home on my spinning wheel and hope… Continue reading Tour de France/Tour de Fleece 2014