I didn’t really tell anyone in case it was all really a dream and wasn’t going to actually happen. And I couldn’t quite believe it until I saw it.

The Winter Issue is up and you can now go read My Article over at Knitty.


20 Responses to “In Print”
  1. Fi says:

    Well done!

    I had a quick flick through as I’m supposed to be working…I’ll read more later (while knitting, so much easier to read a screen than a book at the same time).

    Also, since *I now have my wheel* (hooray!!) and can actually do some major spinning, I am going to catch up on all the KnittySpin articles anyway :)

  2. YarnAddict says:

    I’ve justprinted the article out so Ican go and read it in my comfy chair. I tlooks briliant though. congratulations.

  3. Spinning Fishwife says:

    I read it last night when Knitty went live. Great article!

  4. Kai says:

    It’s excellent. Well done you!!! :D

  5. Laura says:

    Well done! I’m going to read it right now…

  6. cairi says:

    SQUEALS!!!! so so proud of you honey!! heheeee its so exciting!!

    Ohh your pressy arrived to Mrs, you need to lemmie know where I can send yours to :)

  7. Ali says:

    I read it when I came home to find that Knitty was up, and you’d mentioned you might be in it. :) Yay you!

  8. Tina says:

    It’s a great article! Congratulations!

  9. Zoë says:

    Congratulations! I don’t know how you managed to keep that one quiet!
    It was great fun guessing which comercially available yarns you were copying :) I’ll have to check the answers when you’re back from the other side of the world.
    Have fun over there!

  10. Heidi Kim says:

    Hi Diane.

    Big congratulations, I am just finish reading your article at Knitty. Well done, I love the article :o)

  11. Donyale Grant says:

    WOW - a real “I got published in Knitty” badge. Well done - it’s an excellent article and one I read over and over again because it answers lots of questions I had. Well done, cream bun!

  12. continentalcat says:

    Congratulations on the article, it was very interesting and a joy to read. Love to see more of your work in the future.

  13. MoonRani says:

    Congratulations! This is wonderful! I am *so* happy for you, Diane!

  14. cavalaxis says:

    Fantastic informative article. Thank you so much! The pics and the chart are seventeen kinds of awesome.

  15. amanda cathleen says:

    Congrats! Wonderful article, makes me want to spin :-)

  16. Kay Anne says:

    Eeeeee! Congrats! *showers you with confetti* I shall now be off to read it.

  17. natalie says:

    Well done.
    I’m spinning at the moment because I’ve decided that it’s exactly as you say, I can spin 50g as fast as I can knit 50g, and my mum will get twice the warmth from knitting with something I have spun for her, rather than something I have knitted up ready-to-wear. And 50g is enough for a small scarf or something pretty, or even just to stroke for a while and plan with.


  18. Chantelle says:

    Yay! Congratulations on a wonderful article - I finally had time to do the article justice by giving it my whole attention this afternoon. I was wondering, would it be possible to do anything near that refined with a drop spindle or is a spinning wheel the only way?

    And I for one am not amazed that it’s in Knitty - you’re a wonderful writer and you know your stuff. Congrats again and have a wonderful time in Australia!

  19. Lindsey says:

    *Squeals!* Wow, that’s exciting. And a fab article, too. My wheel *JUST* arrived, so it’s very timely for me. :-) I need to build up a fun fibre stash so I can play with spinning subs, too!

  20. Carrie K says:

    Oh, awesome!

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