Good morning! Here is today’s yoke from my new book – Bluebells. In the 1950s and 60s, there was a particularly popular style of sweater featuring a rather narrow circular yoke. In such garments, the sleeve and body… Read More
Posted on November 13, 2014 by Kate
design, knitting, landscape, Scotland, wildflowers, YOKES!
Blane Valley, Blanefield, bluebells, design, Kate Davies designs, knitting, landscape, scottish wildflowers, wildflowers, yokes
A gorgeous day! And a good one to climb Dumgoyne – the hill that dominates the landscape behind our new home. There’s been snow on the tops of the Munros for about a week now, and it seems… Read More
Posted on November 10, 2013 by Kate
Glasgow, landscape, Scotland, walking, West Highlands
Autumn, Blanefield, Dumgoyne, Scotland, walking, West Highlands, winter
West of Blanefield, off the West Highland Way . . . If you look North across the fields . . . You’ll see a path through the grass and sheep’s-bit scabious . . . . . . which… Read More
Posted on September 8, 2013 by Kate
Scotland, walking, West Highland Way
Blanefield, Blanefield stones, chambered cairn, chambered tomb, decorating, Dumgoyach, Dumgoyach stones, Dumgoyne, Duntreath stones, landscape, painting, Scotland, standing stones, Stirling, stone row, walking, West Highland Way
Kate lives in a small steading just off the West Highland Way. She is the author of Yokes and Colours of Shetland, and the creator of signature knitwear designs, inspired by the places that she loves.
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