Mel’s Port o’ Leith

Mel’s Port o’ Leith . . . . . . is dark and moody . . . . . .knit up in tasty Jamieson and Smith Shetland chunky in the charcoal shade. . . . which is beautiful to work with . . . . . . but somewhat vexing to photograph. The colour is…

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Port o’ Leith

Here is the third garment in my Edinburgh series – the Port o’ Leith gansey. This garment has twisted stitches and cables, that are reminiscent of maritime nets and rigging. It also features a deep, cowl-like collar, which is great for warding off North sea winds. . . . but which is also detachable, for…

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