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Introducing: ColourRIOT!

I’ve had such a positive response to my last two posts about colour theory that I started thinking about how to extend the fun. I asked one friend, a graphic designer, if she’d be interested in doing a guest post; she agreed to, and then suggested that I should have a series of guest posts on the topic of colour. I thought, sure, but who’s going to want to post on my little blog? But I put the question out on Twitter, and I have been absolutely floored by the resulting interest.

colour RIOT

ColourRIOT

So, without further ado, I bring you: ColourRIOT, a series of guest posts all about colour. Some will be about colour theory, some about colour knitting technique, some about dyeing colourful yarns, some about colour inspiration, and some about plain old LOVE of colour.

And let me extend the invitation to you, my dear readers! Do YOU have something to say about colour? Knitting with it? Living with it? Wearing it? Making it? Get in touch with me through the blog or email me at anniebeeknits at gmail dot com.

I can’t wait to share the first posts in this series with you. Stay tuned!

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Guest Blog+Purl

I have a guest post up over at Rock+Purl today, all about colour theory (gasp! what a scary term!) and online tools we knitters can use to tame the terrifying beast. Thanks very much to Ruth, for hosting me! Stay tuned over here, as I have even more resources to share that didn’t fit into my guest post there.

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Happy 2013!

Happy 2013, everyone! May the new year bring health, happiness, and good cheer to each and every person who reads this. Continue reading

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Knit and Crochet Blog Week 2012: Day Seven

Here is my contribution to Day Seven of Knitting and Crochet Blog Week, organized by the adorable Eskimimi. Today’s theme is Crafting Balance…

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Knit and Crochet Blog Week 2012: Day 5 – Highlights

This is NOT my Day 5 post for Knitting and Crochet Blog Week, organized by the adorable Eskimimi. This is a little roundup of some of the Day 5 posts I’ve seen from other bloggers that have captured my attention!

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Knitting and Crochet Blog Week: Day 2

Here is my contribution to Day Two of Knitting and Crochet Blog Week, organized by the adorable Eskimimi. Today’s theme is photography…

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Knitting and Crochet Blog Week 2012, Day 1: Colour

The following was originally written as a guest post for RockandPurl’s Blogstars 2012 guest blog series. It’s also my contribution to Day One of Knitting and Crochet Blog Week, organized by the adorable Eskimimi. To view ALL the participating posts for today, google 3KCBWDAY1.

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I don’t have any pictures of my current knitting…

Hopps loves to play!

… because this rather enthusiastic creature (Hopps, the Newfie we were dogsitting this weekend) managed to cover it in slobber. I know, I know, Newfies are drooly animals — but I couldn’t bring myself to show off the globby knitting. Thank goodness for wool wash!

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under construction

Please excuse the mess; I decided that while I love the green of the old blog theme on my mac (where it shows up as something slightly brighter than avocado, but still slightly muddied and subtle), I HATE it on PC screens (where it was nothing less than acid green). So, doing something about that. Which means, you know, revising the header, and so on…

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Happy, happy holidays

sheep ornament

Mr. Bee bought me this sweet little ceramic sheep at the Waterloo Potters' Workshop this year.

 

This post is somewhat belated — as is, apparently, all content on this blog — but I wanted to wish you a very merry Christmas and a joyful, exciting, heart-lifting, and of course, woolly New Year.

 

heart ornament

The sheep matches this lacy heart from my mother perfectly, no?

All of my Christmas knitting has been presented to its various recipients, so as soon as I can grab some modeled photos, I’ll have actual blog fodder!

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