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It’s a topdown dress that can be interpreted in different ways. While studying the pattern I knitted the dress with a bigger needle size and a thicker yarn for a winter look (as you can see in the some pictures). At the end of the pattern you will find all the notes for this second version.
It’s a seamless top-down cardigan knitted with circular needles. If you want you can easily knit it with short sleeves or long sleeves. I always suggest to try on the work in progress, to check size, ease, and wearability. By doing this, you can knit the perfect fit for your body shapes. In fact, everybody is different and sometimes only some sm...
It’s a seamless top-down sweater knitted with circular needles. It is a simple pattern, where the design is obtained by working a 3/3 ribbing and in the body and sleeves the lace pattern. The neckline is quite wide, so if you prefer a tighter wearability I would suggest to knit 10 rounds with a smaller needles size.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The first Azzu’s Shawl has a lovely story, the story of a special friendship of two women that have met thank you to a common passion: knitting. So the second Azzu’s Shawl, Celebrating Azzu’s Shawl, has now another special story: I have decided to publish it today, on my friend’s birthday, to celebrate her and our friends...
It’s a cardigan knitted from side to side from one wrist to the next one, with only one seam (on the sides and the underarm). It is worked flat. Then you will pick up the stitches for the front borders and afterwards for the neckline. I suggest the use of circular needles for the realization of the neckline.
It’s a top-down top knitted with circular needles. It is a simple pattern, where the design is obtained by working a different size ribbings. For the measurements of the finished garment, the ones in the graph are taken on the finished top only partially stretched (because of the ribbing part). When you wear it, the top will stretch and take you...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
It’s a seamless top-down top knitted with circular needles. It is a simple pattern, where the design is obtained by working a 3/3 ribbing and stockinette stitch. For the measurements of the finished garment, the ones in the graph are taken on the finished top only partially stretched (because of the ribbing part).
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
I was ispired by Spring and the new colors in creating this shawl, that has a new and light form and brings joy to every daily moment. It can be worn in many different ways thank you to its new and playful form. By changing yarn and fiber each time you will have different effects and movements.
I created this cowl to wear it with my Unit Hat that I had designed during a winter vacation in the Alps, inspired by the graphic element of the leafless trees among the snow and the cliffs. Then I transformed it in a child version for my daughters and in a man size for my husband.
I wanted a nice, trendy, and simple vest to wear in this autumn days on a shirt or under my Wrapigan. I created this garment on the geometrical element of the rectangle and it can be worn with a button or a pin. It is knitted flat and it is very easy to knit. It is started from the bottom upwards, to the cowl part. The ribbing design permits to ...
Knitting: Shrug / Bolero
This autumn I was inspired to create a wrap by the cooler temperatures. The idea is that it can be knitted both in cotton and in wool for all the seasons, with short or long sleeves. The longer version can be also transformed in a scarf. The number of skeins required depends also on the length of the sleeves that you want to knit.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This pattern is special to me and it brings to mind nice memories. I was by the Italian Riviera with my friend Azzuka and our children for a long weekend. One evening we were talking about knitting, designs and patterns, and the same night I started thinking about this top. I wanted something simple but trendy, lacy but minimal: the MatRac Top i...
The winter is still cold, but spring is around the corner and a Poncho or Cape is perfect for the flowery season. In fact, you can choose to wear it as a poncho if you keep the points in the front and the back or a cape if you keep them along the arms. So it is like two garments in one.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I created this pattern with a beautiful yarn by La Droguerie I had bought during a family vacation in Paris. I wanted a confertable wrap with armholes so I thought about playing with rectangles. It can be easily adapted to any size by changing number of stitches and rows (even in the armholes).