Kay Smith

Kay Smith

Gore, New Zealand
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A collection of beautiful knitting stitches featuring lace and eyelets for knitters of all levels, including written instructions and chart patterrn.

A collection of beautiful knitting stitches featuring lace and eyelets for knitters of all levels, including written instructions and chart patterrn.

Try Your Hand at Knitting These Adorable Toddler Socks

Try Your Hand at Knitting These Adorable Toddler Socks

Free Zigzag Lace Scarf Pattern I wrote up the pattern for the red lace scarf I recently made with Araucania Nature Wool Chunky. I thought I would share it with you. The lace pattern is my variation of one I found in Beautiful Knitting Patterns by Gisela Klopper. It is also somewhat similar to the Flemish Block Lace pattern in Barbara Walker's A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns. Here it is. Enjoy!

Free Zigzag Lace Scarf Pattern I wrote up the pattern for the red lace scarf I recently made with Araucania Nature Wool Chunky. I thought I would share it with you. The lace pattern is my variation of one I found in Beautiful Knitting Patterns by Gisela Klopper. It is also somewhat similar to the Flemish Block Lace pattern in Barbara Walker's A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns. Here it is. Enjoy!

With their highly perfumed flavour and firm texture, feijoas are ideal for bottling.  The excessive amount of fruit on Sophie's tree, which was abundantly covered when we visited, usually finds its way to the preserving pan and into jars each year.  Her recipe, which uses a light syrup and the over-flow method of bottling, is quick and simple to make.  Sophie says when the tree is laden she can bottle up to half a dozen jars before breakfast or after dinner to avoid having to throw any aw...

With their highly perfumed flavour and firm texture, feijoas are ideal for bottling. The excessive amount of fruit on Sophie's tree, which was abundantly covered when we visited, usually finds its way to the preserving pan and into jars each year. Her recipe, which uses a light syrup and the over-flow method of bottling, is quick and simple to make. Sophie says when the tree is laden she can bottle up to half a dozen jars before breakfast or after dinner to avoid having to throw any aw...