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Edinburgh ho! Studio Miranda Issue #14

It's been a busy few weeks for me. I've been putting the final touches to my latest release (scroll d
Studio Miranda
Edinburgh ho! Studio Miranda Issue #14
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It’s been a busy few weeks for me. I’ve been putting the final touches to my latest release (scroll down!) and beavering away on some freelance projects, all over a slight layer of panic/thrill as Edinburgh Yarn Festival approaches. 
It’s my first time there and I couldn’t be more excited – in the UK’s wonderfully packed annual knitty calendar, this festival (in its third year) has already earned a special place. I’m looking forward to meeting many old friends (some for the first time in the flesh, even if we’ve bonded online for years), and tanking up on inspiration. And while I don’t really need the stash enhancement, I hope to come home with a few sweater quantities, a few little tasters of delicious somethings, and maybe a tool or two. I’ll let you know how that goes. 

What's on my Edinburgh shopping list?
Leather Wrist Ruler
Samite Silk Blend
Buttonses!
I’m also looking for robust, colourful DK and chunkier yarn – always a thin spot in my stash, and I have specific projects in mind – but who knows which one I’ll fall for? Kettle Yarn Co, Ripples Yarn, Eden Cottage and the Fibre Co all have yarns I’ve been yearning after for years. Wish me strength.
But on the work front…
How to Hide a Pinnable Image
How to Make Enamel Pins
And finally
I’m proud to reveal the final Lost in the Woods pattern, Winterbeere – a flatteringly swingy, very wearable top that can be layered for transitional weather or worn alone in summer. Those buttons are my favourite detail, but I think you’ll like the A-line shape and subtle texture too.
Happy making!
Robynn
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