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  • Day 6

    November 23, 2021 1 min read 3 Comments

    Can you believe we're over half way through the Winter Celebration already?! To day we have something very special from Ruth Werwai from Raincloud & Sage. Not only does Ruth make the most beautiful yarns, she also knits some of the most beautiful projects I ever seen. She has a really mindful approach to project planning, and the result is a collection of woollens she regularly wears and loves. She is very kindly sharing her planning process through a special e-book she created especially for the Winter Celebration, complete with your own project planner pages to fill in with your own making plans!

    To download, click the image below and get planning!

    3 Responses

    Loreen Meyer
    Loreen Meyer

    December 06, 2021

    What a wonderful idea. Thank you Ruth and the Making Stories Team.

    Leanna
    Leanna

    December 06, 2021

    What a wonderful treat! Thank you!

    Carla M
    Carla M

    December 06, 2021

    This is great, so useful. I love planning too and do often feel that I’m not targeted enough in what I make. I often start something and then think I’ve made a mistake with the colours. I still haven’t mastered Ravelry and Pinterest, and find getting things on there a bit of a struggle, but I like the idea of keeping a record of all my makes and even if I don’t get round to putting projects on Ravelry, I’m definitely going to start a project library of some kind!

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