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Louise Tilbrook
Obsessive sock knitter, pattern designer and knitting tutor.
Obsessive sock knitter, pattern designer and knitting tutor.

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Louise Tilbrook commented on a post on Blogger.
What a lovely article - some great sock inspiration there. And thank you for featuring my Malala socks too.
I shared your blog link over on my FB page xx
Happy Socktober xx

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With a new year comes the arrival of my new and highly anticipated website. I am so excited to finally be able to say that. It has been a goal of mine for some time and I am thrilled that it has finally come together. For simplicity I will also be blogging ...

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2015: My year in knitting
Every year I like to keep track of how much I have knit and how many projects I have made. No real reason why other than it gives me a pleasing sense of tying up loose ends and starting the new year with a clean slate. It also allows me to conveniently forg...

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Happy New Year 2016
We are currently on a family holiday, renting a gorgeous country cottage in our beloved English Lake District. The time between Christmas and New Year is sacrosanct to us. A time to regroup and enjoy just being together in our little family unit. We don't d...

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New pattern release: Priory Socks
I am pleased to be able to share a new sock pattern release with you today. Many of you may have been fans of the online magazine Knotions , back in the day. I know that I certainly was and I was really pleased when I saw that it was being brought back. I w...

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Finishing strong in 2015
The end of
the year normally approaches me with something approaching the speed of a
bullet train and the solidity of a brick wall. The normal glitter-fuelled near
hysteria of kids at the end of term, school pantos, carol services and more.
Add that to the ...

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What knitting means to me.
A recent
difficult weekend really gave me pause to reflect on this question and made me
realise the importance of this craft of ours, in my life. I wrote this piece as a private, cathartic act after the event and in truth it was never intended for publicati...
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