When Tom and I first moved in together in the late 1990s, we rented a tiny house in Sheffield that we affectionately dubbed “claustrophobia”. The tiny house came with a tiny garden, and I cut out a section… Read More
Posted on July 18, 2014 by Kate
charity, flowers, fundraising, gardening, My Canine Companion, personal, sweet peas
Who is this man? Well, some of you may know him as Veuf Tricot, author of the scabrous and witty column in UK magazine Simply Knitting. But I know him as Jim, husband of my good friend and… Read More
Posted on March 29, 2013 by Kate
interview, knitters, knitting, running, textiles
Babylonglegs, charity, fundraising, Fyberspates, Jen Arnall Culliford, Jim Arnall-Culliford, knitting, London Marathon, marathon, Refuge, running, Skein Queen
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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