At the beginning of October I started working on a scarf and was curious if anyone else had some knitting projects in progress. I’ve had a couple of ladies share their wonderful work, scroll down for inspiration!Lindsay is knitting on this beautiful piece, amazing work and lovely colours!Diana has been very busy knitting squares and making a scarf. She also knitted the cardigan above for her WVS dress and now she’s knitting doll’s sleeping bags for her two granddaughters for Christmas!Thank you so much for sharing your knitting projects! I am still working on my scarf but hope to have it off the needles by the end of the week!
I hope you have all had a wonderful summer! As we are now entering October and I’ve got my knitting needles out from hibernation, I thought it would be nice to inspire each other with some making and mending!
I would love to know what is on your needles? Have you recently repurposed something? Are you working with a vintage sewing pattern?
I have just cast on 55 stitches and am planning to knit and purl until I’ve got a decent sized scarf. I am not much of a knitter but I’m hoping this is a good place to start.
Email a photo with the subject bar reading Make do Monday or you send us a pic or tell us what you are making on The Dig for Victory Show Facebook page! I’ll make a compilation before the end of the month and hopefully we can inspire each other to get crafty this autumn.
What is on your “I want to make this” wish list?
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What a fantastic show it was! A huge thank you to everyone that came. There will be more photos on our website in the gallery but until then here are a some pics from the weekend!Walking down the time line…Peace and love!Northern Ireland display.
Cate of VintageGal came to enjoy the show and certainly looked the part in her gorgeous outfit!Two Home Front volunteers in a polaroid.1940s Farm.A Steamroller.Looking back up the timeline.Shopping.There were outdoor stalls and inside ones.Curlie’s Vintage!
There was plenty of vintage to try on!If you sat down in the Home Front Marquee you could join in the knitting circle.
Or listen to the Ministry of Food demonstrations.The 1940’s parlour which is part of the set from the film The Imitation Game.
Make a poppy workshop on the Children’s trail.
Food stalls.Tug of war!
Classic cars.Skittles.Innsworth Military Wives Choir in the Victory Marquee.Picnic in the grass.Goodnight Sweethearts and dancing.Bombed out house display.Spitfire Flypast.The Blitz Buddies popular fashion show.The lovely Sticky Toffee Jazz.Vehicles and searchlight down by the arena.If you’ve taken photos at the show that you would like to share with us on our website and social media, feel free to email us: email@example.com.
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