Liz Corke

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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Coorie is the Scots’ word for snuggling or nestling in, and this shawl is perfect to coorie into, especially when knit at the large size. This asymmetric triangular shawl is perfect for the changing seasons. Knit from the smallest point sideways, widening stripes of warm garter stitch and textured lace show off your favourite speckled yarns, wh...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Goldmead are knitted in super stretchy twisted rib and feature a cable that travels across the hand,finishing at the base of the little finger. The little finger is also given its own finger, separate from the other three to prevent the mitts slipping down - if you prefer you can knit them straight up and keep the four fingers together. The twi...
Knitting: Cowl
Ripples in the Mist is the perfect cowl to keep out the chill on cold and misty mornings! Knit either with a bandana point or just in the round with a straight bottom edge, it’s perfect for keeping out drafts. An i-cord at the top and bottom edge gives a smooth finish.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Bestla is a top down crescent shaped shawl with a stockinette body, lace panel and finished with a delicate lace border. Its written in two sizes for one or two skeins of fingering weight yarn and will stunningly showcase your favourite yarns. Named after the Norse frost giantess and mother of Odin, Bestla is sure to ward off any chills.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Nicnevin is the Scottish Goddess of witches. In Fife it was believed she would steal unfinished knitting projects on New Years Eve - so get these done in plenty of time! These mitts feature two cables that blend seamlessly into the rib at the cuff and top of the mitt. The asymmetrically placed cable on the back of the hand is complemented by th...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Apheleia is a crescent shaped garter stitch shawl with stripes that get increasingly thinner/thicker. The garter stitch makes it deliciously squishy and warm - perfect for snuggling up in on a cool day. Named after the Greek spirit of ease and simplicity, Apheleia is a really relaxing knit - perfect for knitting in front of the TV or knit night.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Parvati is the Hindu Goddess of weddings - perfect as I designed this for my brother-in-law’s wedding, and wore it to a second wedding a couple of months later - if you tie the ends together it’ll even stay on while Ceilidh dancing! Parvati will add a dash of elegance and glamour to any outfit, while the garter stitch body keeps you warm on the...
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Kashti is my rainbow blanket for my baby boy. A simple pattern perfect for TV knitting and “pregnancy brain” it makes a gorgeous blanket for nap time or play mat for fun time! The blanket is perfect for girls or boys, and it’s easy to change up the colours to match your nursery. This is also a perfect stash buster if you have yarn scraps for th...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Brighde (Bride) was the Scottish Celtic Goddess of Spring and Summer, ruling over the opposite seasons to Beira. Look forward to the promise of Spring with a gorgeous, cosy pair of fingerless mitts! These mitts feature two cables that blend seamlessly into the rib at the cuff and top of the mitt. The asymmetrically placed cable on the back of t...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
Beira, also known as The Cailleach, was the Scottish Celtic Goddess of Winter and the maker of mountains. Beat the chill this winter with a gorgeous pair of fingerless mitts! These mitts feature two cables that blend seamlessly into the rib at the cuff and top of the mitt. The asymmetrically placed cable on the back of the hand is complimented ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Aoide was the Ancient Greek titan muse of song and this shawl will make your heart and needles sing. It is a stunning heart-shaped shawl, worked top down in stripey stockinette with a gorgeous lace border and eyelet edging.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Philotes is a triangular shawl designed to get the most out of your yarn. Named for the Ancient Greek spirit of friendship it would make a fantastic gift or make it from that extra special skien and treat yourself!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Orithyia was the Ancient Greek goddess of the cold mountain winds. This shawl will keep you warm at the top of any mountain. It is a stunning heart-shaped shawl, worked top down in gorgeously warm and soft garter stitch and with two options for a bold striped edging.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Shattered Stars is a stunning semi-circular shawl, worked top down with a diamond motif. In Ancient Greece, diamonds were believed to be fragments of the stars and here you can see them falling from the sky and getting bigger as they reach the bottom of the shawl. This is the perfect way to show off a favourite yarn!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Anthousai, named for the flower nymphs of Ancient Greece, is a top down crescent shawl. It has a modified dayflower lace pattern forming the vines climbing up from the border of the shawl. The border creates a gentle ruffle along the edge.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Storm Warning is a triangular shaped sideways shawl. It has a plaited cable and delicate lace border with optional beading, a garter stitch body and an eyelet edging.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Flying without Wings is a bottom up crescent shaped shawl. It has a lace border with three rows of feathers representing a wing, a garter stitch body and an eyelet edging.