Category Archives: Bendigo Woollen Mills

Baby sophisticate: finally finished

We didn’t find out Hugo’s gender during our morphology scan so during my pregnancy I knitted baby clothes in pairs – girl and boy items, one for one. This grandpa cardigan was one of the boy knits. I knitted it … Continue reading

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Latte baby vertebrae on the way

There’s not much knitting happening here. I’m trying, but it’s hard to juggle a floppy, milk-drunk newborn and a pair of circular knitting needles! I’ve cast on a newborn sized Baby Vertebrae for Hugo in Bendigo Woollen Mills Cotton 8ply … Continue reading


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I (heart) Bendigo Woollen Mills

I love Bendigo Woollen Mills and, more specifically, I love any excuse to buy new yarn. Hugo’s arrival opens up a whole new world of boy knitting possibilities…which of course requires new yarn! I’ve found Bendigo Woollen Mills’ yarn good … Continue reading

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Ladybugs in threes

During a (rare) period of calm I managed to finish Elena’s ladybug cardigan. It’s knitted from Bendigo Woollen Mills Luxury 10 ply in Stone. The buttons are from Beutron. I love the ladybugs. They’re so bright. Elena took off with … Continue reading

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My latest projects (and a baby…finally!)

The last few weeks have been a little chaotic to say the least. I’ve managed to get a little craft done, and I thought I might  share some of my latest projects. I’ve knitted a sweet little cardigan for Elena. … Continue reading

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in threes, times two

I recently knitted a Beyond Puerperium for a friend’s daughter but, for some reason, it turned out really large. My gauge was fine, and quick search of Ravelry comments seems to indicate the pattern sizes large so maybe it’s not … Continue reading

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