The DKC is on the look out for FO’s to feature on Fini Friday.
Spotted… A Spring Kerchief!
It is knit with two colourways and has an interesting transition from one colourway to the next.
Dublin's knitting scene
The Summer of 2015 is winding down and the final quarter of the DKC Sock Club rolls around the corner on the first of September.
The next pattern for our sock-along is Business Casual by Tanis Lavallee. Conservative with a modern twist to these preppy, faux-argyle socks which will take you from the office to the weekend.
Search through your yarn stash and cast on anytime after 1st September.
LYS proprietor, Rosemary Murphy has organised mini-workshops and demonstrations in crewel embroidery and wet felting. Also invited to partake in the festivities is yours truly, in the Studio above the Shop.
Join us for an evening of show ‘n tell of Dublin’s Knit Culture from 6pm to 10pm. Check out how Dublin knitters create their bespoke creations and accessorise for all seasons.
Discover the culture of knitworking and yarn enabling in Dublin through Facebook, Instagram, Ravelry and Twitter. Moderators of Ravelry’s The Dublin Knit Collective, jmallen & TheDKC will be on hand to answer your questions about Knit in the City.
Interested in creating your own yarn? The DKC will demonstrate the method of urban spinning, using a drop spindle to spin fibre into artisan yarn.
I hope you are enjoying the last few weeks of August and as the summer of 2015 draws to a close, I am planning a new knit year come September.
The students will be back to school, traffic patterns in Dublin will be heavy as commuters go back to work.
Keep an eye out for events and DKC socials….
I will be back with regular updates and news in September.
A few dates to remember on from The DKC Filofax:
Sunday 23rd August: monthly meet of the Eastern Region (Irish Guild of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers) from 2pm to 5pm
Thursday 27th August: Pints n Purls
Friday 28th August: Yarn Dating at This is Knit