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Kate Davies Designs

Knitting Season Journal by Kate Davies

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  • By Kate Davies

    This new journal has been made exclusively for KDD by renowned German stationers, Leuchtturm1917.

    The journal's dot-grid layout is infinitely flexible: use it for sketching, personal organisation, as an exploratory creative space, or to keep careful track of your knitting and other projects.

    With a table of contents, ribbon markers, thread-bound pages, and beautifully embossed design, the carefully thought-through details of this journal make it really special. Happy journalling!

    *dot-grid / bullet layout
    *251 numbered pages
    *Table of contents
    *Expandable back pocket
    *2 grosgrain ribbon page markers
    *Elastic enclosure band
    *Thread bound book (sturdy binding; opens flat)
    *80g/sqm acid free paper
    *145 x 210mm (A5)
    *Embossed front and back covers
    *Knitting Season chart design by Kate Davies
    *logo and product design by by Tom Barr

  • Paperback:
    251 pages

    145 x 210mm

    Kate Davies Designs

  • My name is Kate Davies. I live by Scotland’s West Highland Way where I love writing, knitting walking, and swimming in the wonderful landscapes that surround me. I find that each of these activities has a creative and a critical dimension and the best of possible worlds is one in which I productively combine them all.

    Knitting is one of my greatest loves, and in 2010 (when a stroke at the age of 36 ended my academic career)  I began Kate Davies Designs (KDD) creating digital patterns for hand knitters. The business lent me a platform to combine my skills in research, writing and design, and rapidly grew into a small publishing company through which I began to produce my own books. In Colours of Shetland (2012), Yokes (2014), Buachaille: At Home in The Highlands (2015), The Book of Haps (2016), Shetland Oo (2016), Inspired by Islay(2017), Happit (2017), West Highland Way (2018) Shore (2018) and Milarrochy Heids (2018) I bring my passions for historical writing and practical creativity together.  Nothing makes me happier than seeing knitters all over the world enjoying my books and making and wearing my designs.