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“This seamless top-down design has a slightly wider body than many sweater styles so it’s comfortable to wear, while the fitted sleeves ensure it also looks smart,” says designer Kyoko Nakayoshi. “It features an inverted triangle double eyelet motif - make sure to work this motif slightly tighter than the stocking stitch ...
Knitting: Cardigan, Coat / Jacket
This cable jacket is perfect when you need to keep warm outdoors, but with complete freedom of movement. The hood is great for protecting the neck and head from cold winds. With the horizontal cable yoke worked in short-row technique, this is an eye-catching and unconventional jacket that will draw lots of compliments!
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
The cute and versatile Forget-Me-Not Fingerless Gloves can turn into mittens. They are knitted top-down using double-pointed needles. Featuring an elegant twisted cable motif and Louisa Harding’s wonderful, shimmery Orille Yarns, these pretty and practical hand-warmers are perfect for gift-knitting! (And for keeping your own hands warm during wi...
Kouki cardigan and hat are inspired by the pilot jacket and the hat. The body of this cardigan is worked back and forth in one piece to the underarms. Fronts and back are worked separately above underarms. A circular needle is used to accommodate the large number of stitches. Sleeves and shawl collar are worked separately and attached at the end.
This oversized cable cardigan is designed to wrap (“maku” in Japanese) you in a delicious chunky knit. It is made of one simple rectangular piece. A provisional cast-on method is used to work one side of the garment, then stitches are later picked up to work the other side in order to place the cable motif neatly at the centre back of the garment.
Ryo features an all-over diamond pattern for the body section. This pattern is worked over stocking stitch, making it subtle. The cardigan is worked back and forth in one piece to the underarms. Fronts and back are worked separately above underarms. Sleeve stitches are picked up and knitted top down. Shawl collar is shaped using wrap and turn sh...
This low-necked vest features an all-over Fair Isle pattern. A vertical-striped steek is used for the armholes and front neck, allowing the entire garment to be knitted in the round. Steeks are sections of “waste” knitted fabric that are later cut to create the openings. Short-row shaping is also used to create an elegant shoulder line.
Yabane is inspired by a traditional Japanese arrow feather pattern (“yabane”). The body of this sweater is worked seamlessly in circular knitting in one piece to the underarms. Front and back are worked separately above underarms. A circular needle is used to accommodate the large number of stitches. Sleeves are worked separately and attached at...
This is a fresh and fashionable new take on the classic winter cardigan! The deep V-neck is very figure-flattering and the button and pattern below the bust accentuate the waist beautifully. Long and warm, in super-trendy spring colours, this chunky snowflake cardigan is the perfect solution to all your winter/spring wardrobe woes!
Miranda bag is knitted in double layers. Starting from the base, which is knitted flat, the body is made by circular knitting. The use of Shetland wool and thick cable panels help provide support and give much denser and stiffer fabric to minimise sagging. Once you start, you’ll be surprised how logical the bag is constructed.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This triangular shawlette is worked from the centre outwards. The ruffled edging is crochet, which is made by first casting off loosely then four double-trebles are worked into each stitch. This method creates dense and delicate ruffles that work for most of the lace yarn. If longer ruffles are desired, work extra rows of single double-treble (d...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This dainty and feminine bolero is the perfect fashion accessory for a spring bride and her attendants to keep warm, without hiding their beautiful dresses. In addition, this pretty bolero can be knit to match the colour of any formal or informal outfit and add a touch of trendy elegance!
Knitting: Convertible Gloves
Cosy and practical, you can make a pair of convertible gloves and matching peek cap from this Shetland Winter Warmers pattern. If you are a advanced knitter, you can make the whole set over a weekend!
Knitting: Coat / Jacket
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