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Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Mixing self striping yarn with other is interesting. Particularly when the other yarn is self striping too. For this hat I mixed two skeins of the same brand and type. It worked out beautifully.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
With just one skein of this beautifully heather colored wool I figured I could make a beanie. But what if it wasn’t enough? According to the label it only measured 79 m / 87 yd.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Fingerless mitts on needles 5 (US 8). I designed the stitch after figuring out how many stitches would be needed. It worked out well.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf was inspired by something I think I saw somewhere. Does this sound vague? In any case, I jotted down the image and started designing when I got home. It’s a long and luscious scarf with ruffled slanting ends. A bit gothic, but not really. The shape is subtle and the scarf is wonderfully warm.
Knitting: Cowl
I knitted this cowl with pure wool so it’s warm and resilient. You can keep pulling it over your head without it getting any wider.
Knitting: Towel
Triangles, squares and circles are the theme of these three kitchen towels. They’re easy and fun to make. All it takes is knitting, purling and keeping an eye on the pattern.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Keep your hands elegantly warm and still use your fingers.
Knitting: Scarf
This is a scarf to really enjoy on cold winter days. It has a nice width and it’s long enough to throw around the neck twice if you want to.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
After several patterns for grown-ups I finally designed a pattern for fingerless mittens for children. My daugther really wanted a pair too.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
Pure wool with large earflaps and elongated neckline. This must be the hat to keep your child’s head warm in winter.
Knitting: Cowl
One ball of self striping wool and a girl with a cold neck. Not knowing how far I could get, I started knitting a cowl topdown increasing the amount of stitches along the way.
Knitting: Cowl
The multicolored merino was lying next to some wool mohair in different colors in my stash. It was a perfect combination. Given the amount of merino I decided to knit a buttoned cowl, developing the pattern along the way. The result is so great that I want share with you what I did.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Keep your hands warm and still use your fingers.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Having six mini skeins of handspun yarn in my stash I developed a pair of fingerless mittens with an irregular stripe. It took me a while to figure out an agreeable pattern, but I like the result. Of course you can replace the colors to get any different effect.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
To keep my laptop safe and sound I knitted a stash of super bulky wool into this sleeve.
Knitting: Cardigan
This almost sleeveless cropped cardigan was inspired by the girls bolero I made earlier. I love the shape of the neck and the sleeve.
Knitting: Scarf
This scarf is made with different combinations of knit and purled stitches combined with some lace stitches. I designed it in such a way that that both sides are exactly the same.
Knitting: Cardigan, Sweater - Other
I made this almost sleeveless bolero for my favorite girl. She loves the extreme softness of it so much that I get a lot of cuddles in return.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
This cowl-like scarfl is designed in a lace pattern using slightly thicker needles than indicated. This makes the mohair come out well. To give it something extra I added two satin ribbons, which you can move up, down or across the scarf.
Knitting: Cardigan
This cardigan is easy, warm and elegant. It is made of super bulky yarn and there is no more knowledge required than to knit, increase and decrease. The design is simple yet feminine.
Knitting: Cuffs
Stout and truly warm and yet in a friendly green color. These wrist warmers you wear outdoors or in, when you are sitting still for example working at your computer.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Keep your hands warm this winter and still use your fingers.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless gloves are designed in a double rib stitch and made of pure wool so they stretch and fit both small and larger hands. The rib pattern is continued carefully in the connection of the thumb.