Anna Kuduja

Kuduja means “knitter” in Estonian. I learned to knit and to crochet as a schoolgirl. After a long pause I went to a yarn shop (my daughter needed yarn for her knitting lesson at school) and became interested. Compared to the time when I was a child, how many fascinating yarns have become available!
My new book on seamless knitting in Estonian and English can be purchased here or here.
I regularly publish in the Estonian crafts magazine Käsitöö (Handycraft). In 2014 I took part in Tallinn Fashion Week. You can see the knits here.
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I approach knitting as an engineer/architect. In most cases, the depature point for me is a construction. Then I think about an appropriate yarn. A stitch pattern comes later (unless I have a particular stitch pattern in mind). I opt for seamless knitting. I like minimalism but also like lace patterns. The secret is not to overdo it.

I am a member of Artemis Adornments group where I run tests: http://www.ravelry.com/groups/artemis-adornments

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original designs  

from Käsitöö Suvi 2015
from Käsityö Kesä 2015
from Käsitöö Kevad 2015
from Kasitöö Sügis 2014
from Kasitöö Suvi 2014
from Käsitöö Kevad 2014
from Käsitöö Kevad 2014
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Käsityö Talvi 2013
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Õmblusteta kudumine/Seamless Knitting
from Artemis Adornments Autumn Accessories...
from Käsitöö Sügis 2013
from Kuduja