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- @SloughCouncil Then there are the motorists who persistently park on pavements and across bike lanes. Been down Ragstone Road lately? 1 day ago
- @SloughCouncil Certainly not walking. God knows how much has been spent on Windsor Road - rain water still collects… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 1 day ago
- Ready to conquer #crochet today @WindsorSnB - packing for our first class. See you at #Nero from 10. https://t.co/ty7BZogS3U 4 days ago
- Hunted high and low and found this #crochet gem you gave me a while ago @QueenOfStitches. 1 - cafe curtain motif t… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 6 days ago
- Beautiful warm morning for our #knitandnatter @WindsorSnB. See you at #CraftCoffee soon. The cinnamon danish has m… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 3 weeks ago
Category Archives: Sanquhar
The pictured gloves are potential submissions for the QR-3D exhibition which could be exhibited at The Cornerhouse, Manchester later on this year. The pieces are based on the Sanquhar traditional knitting and combine QR (quick response) bar codes. Both pairs have … Continue reading
My sanQR project has worked out pretty well. The ones knitted on 1.5mm needles are just bit on the snug size and the 1.75mm pair a little to loose. In my pursuit of the perfect needle size I have just … Continue reading
With the first pair of sanQR gloves finished the next pair are on the needles. This pair will incorporate the bar code for a shortened url shown right. The url for this site wqs first shortened in Bit.ly before converting … Continue reading
Just one finger left to do for my QR-3D textile submission.
The bar code is finished done but unfortunately first efforts to read with an on-line bar code reader have been unsuccessful.
It has taken a couple of weeks but the 21st Century Sanquhar glove is well under way. The QR bar code is taking shape on the back of the right hand. The only down side is the weaving of the … Continue reading