Tag: process

I am sure that many of you may be familiar with the work of my good friend and woolly comrade Tom van Deijnen, also known as Tom of Holland. Tom is perhaps best known for his expertise in, and celebration of, darning, which he puts into practice in his classes and workshops, as well as […]

Welcome to the mitten graveyard – where bad mittens meet their end. A place of misplaced thumbs . . . . . . cuffs of varying dimensions . . . . . . endless ends . . . and the same pattern repeated usque ad nauseam Sometimes things get very nasty, and scissors are involved. […]

Needled reviews: The F-Word. Tuesdays, 9pm, Channel 4 Richard Sennett, The Craftsman (Allen Lane, 2008) Don’t get me wrong, I do not like The F-Word, but it is worth watching it occasionally for a few cheap laughs. You know the bit I mean: when Gordon tells you how to make his pea and lettuce soup […]