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I know of the leafy paths that the witches take / Who come with their crowns of pearl and their spindles of wool, / And their secret smile, out of the depths of the lake. - W. B. Yeats
I know of the leafy paths that the witches take / Who come with their crowns of pearl and their spindles of wool, / And their secret smile, out of the depths of the lake. - W. B. Yeats

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And here's the Dragon! / Ecco il Drago!
Remember the Dragon Tail scarf/shawl I began some time ago? Well, last week I managed to finish it, and I'm oh so proud of it. Not only it's my first Tunisian crochet project, but it also turned out great, big and cosy and oh so soft (this thanks to the lov...
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Bye, Blogger
I'll write on my  WordPress blog only, from now on, so if you want to follow me you'll find me there. I won't delete this blog, as I'm attached to it and it reminds me of the road I travelled so far, but at least for now I won't update it anymore.
Bye, Blogger
Bye, Blogger
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Tunisian crochet hooks - Pt. 4 / Uncinetti tunisini - Parte 4
In 3 past posts I talked about a variety of Tunisian crochet hooks ( part 1 , part 2 , part 3 ), sharing my experiences and opinions with you all. In this post I'm gonna write a very specific kind: BIG hooks. Bulky and super bulky yarns are a reality, these...
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Tunisian crochet hooks – Pt. 3 / Uncinetti tunisini – Parte 3
In the last few weeks I published two posts ( one  and  two ) in which I talked about my experience with Tunisian crochet hooks.  First post  was about being a beginner and struggling to find decent hooks, and  second post  was about finding some quality on...
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Tunisian crochet hooks - Pt. 2 / Uncinetti tunisini - Parte 2
In one of my previous posts  I wrote about my very first experiences with Tunisian crochet hooks and how I struggled to find decent ones that suited a beginner. In this post, I'll go on telling you how  I went from  a cheap but functional bamboo set  to mor...
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When it comes to Tunisian crochet, one of the first issues people face is: which hooks should I choose? I decided to write about my own experience in 2 or 3 posts, and hopefully help some of you. When I first wanted to try Tunisian crochet, I only had a cou...
Weaving Olden Patterns
Weaving Olden Patterns
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Of Sheryl Thies and how much I love her work / Sheryl Thies ed il mio amore per il suo lavoro
Do you know  designer  Sheryl Thies ? Last year I purchased both her  books about Tunisian crochet ,  Get Hooked on Tunisian Crochet   and  Tunisian Crochet Encore , and I completely fell in love with her neat, clever designs. Get Hooked on Tunisian Crochet...
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Lettori italiani! Se cercate un gruppo Facebook dedicato
interamente all’uncinetto tunisino , iscrivetevi a “ Tunisino, uncinettodi-vino “, il nuovo gruppo che gestisco insieme a Veruska / Happysloth ! Abbiamo
dato al gruppo un’impronta professionale e stim...
Weaving Olden Patterns
Weaving Olden Patterns
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Last
week I’ve been enjoying a week’s holiday by my beloved sea. This, combined with
an amazing cotton (Pic-Nic by Miss Tricot Filati), inspired me to create a set
of Spring/Summer items, a slim scarf and a headband. This is my very first set
of items, and ...
Weaving Olden Patterns
Weaving Olden Patterns
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What have I been up to? / Cosa ho combinato nel frattempo?
It's been a while, once again. What have I been up to during all this time away from my blogs? Well, I won't lie, I've been busy. First of all, I've had the honor to join the editorial staff of Italian blog Maglia-Uncinetto.it ! I'm still excited about it: ...
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