two new projects

News about Inkling, and The Bluestocking Club

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black teacher

Celebrating the work of a trailblazing black British woman writer

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¿Quieres bailar?

Are ye dancin?

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work in progress

A creative collaboration celebrating performance, parody and play

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reflections on My Place

The My Place project illustrates how a challenge might turn into a creative opportunity

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Winter’s End

Bonnie Sennot finds inspiration at Winter’s End.

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out of the woods

Outi Kater introduces a wonderful design inspired by Finnish childhood winters and restorative woodland spaces

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the thaw

Rebecca Osborn shares a beautiful design, inspired by her place in the Canadian Arctic

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the fabric of memory

Do you dream in textiles?

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Lilias Day (in colour)

A colourful sweater, in the snow

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Na Séasúir

Mary O’Shea introduces a glorious circular scarf whose colours turn with her, through the seasons

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make / mend: Collingwood-Norris

Kate talks to Flora Collingwood-Norris about mending, Scottish islands, and how colour makes you feel

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Cas

Eimear Earley introduces a gorgeous shawl inspired by the golden age of Irish art

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Gitchi-Gami

Virginia Sattler-Reimer takes us to her place

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screen knits

Do you become obsessed with sweaters you see in films or TV? I frequently do, and on several occasions these obsessions have developed into fully-formed pattern ideas. Ursula, for example, began life with a very fleeting glimpse of a cardigan worn by a character in South Riding, a 2011 BBC miniseries set in the 1930s.…

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