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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Carefully trained and pruned trees can be so impressive, an apple espalier was one of my first garden dreams. But my garden is wild, instead, I spend my time knitting. Here, a leaf stitch has been given a trellis to grow on. The stem twists gently and the edge displays a full foilage.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I sometimes can’t resist a variegated skein of yarn, but realize they need proper play room. This allows just that, a stockinette canvas with a twig-like frame. Let your yarn play!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I love braiding my hair, I never had long hair as a child and now I’m more than making up for it. This cable reminds me of a fish bone braid, strings of hair, rope or yarn repeatedly crossing over each other.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I have been longing for meditative knits recently, knit, purl, knit, purl, knit…Whether you know this as seed or moss, its texture is as delightful to stroke as a bed of the lush green moss you find in shaded forests. In nature, the seed of a moss is called a Spore.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Perforate, penetrate and pierce,
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The fluttering of feathers, oh dare my heart to sing?
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A colonnade is a row of columns carrying an elaborately decorated entablature, architecture that speaks to me of taking the time to create true beauty. I hope to invoke similar feelings with this shawl.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Crazily twisting branches provide interest whatever the season, while summer’s large wide leaves and the hope of great clusters of hazelnuts are realized all year long in the details of this shawl.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Primula Florindae flourish along the waters edge, their bright clusters dripping with pretty bells. This shawl joins together the look of meandering streams with a center feature of showy Primula Florindae.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I’ve heard the ash tree compared to a king, always the last to arrive and the first to leave. Ash grow to be very large, providing a beautiful green canopy overhead. Similarly, your Ash shawl can grow as large as you wish to provide a warm, royally beautiful canopy over your shoulders.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Can you connect the dots and complete this shawl? See how they flock on a stockinette background and form a pattern. As soon as you like the size, finish it off with a radiating edge.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I wish that all freshly picked flowers could last forever. With their long graceful stems and softly textured blossoms, these Cut Flowers are one way to make that wish come true.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
There are many things in life to love and often no reason to hold back. Sometimes the things we love are intricate, other times it’s simplicity that attracts. Here, I show my love for garter stitch.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Fields of anemones swaying in the breeze, their simple beauty signifies that winter is finally over. Knit up your own colourful Anemone Fields shawl and watch it ripple in the wind as it flows from your shoulders.
Knitting: Cowl
Fashionable checks are anything but square, whether you go for high-contrast impact or a subtle combination of colours. Be creative and make use of those gorgeous leftovers in your stash to create your one-of-a-kind accessory.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Funkia – the Swedish word for the hosta plant – is one of the first signs of spring. Considered a favourite snack of rabbits and deer, you can protect your funkia with a fine mesh.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Peonies planted at the outermost perimeter of a garden will frame it in a glorious floral display. The Peony Perimeter shawl’s lacy border of grand blooms will indulge you and impress others all year long.
Knitting: Cowl
Barbed wire lets nothing pass it. A Wired cowl is one of the best ways of keeping the cold from reaching you and the warmth from fleeing.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
As radio waves bounce off the ionosphere and return to Earth, a skywave layer envelopes the planet.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Falling gently from the sky, snow crystals are formed by perfectly arranged water molecules. Knitted slowly with your own hands, Snow Crystal shawls are formed by perfectly arranged stitches. Both processes reward us with unique and beautiful creations.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Having your heart on a string denotes the deepest feelings of love or sympathy. May your own heartstrings be tugged on, but never broken.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The holes and triangles created by the Firebolt pattern can be interpreted as many different things, for me it’s anything from the bristles of magical broomsticks to an astronomic phenomenon. What do you see in these little shapes?
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The wonders of life come in many forms. Several are variations of carbon, giving us a wide span of beauties from branches to diamonds. Like carbon, knitting has near endless possibilities, offering such a diversity. Here, we explore the beauty of lace branches and diamonds.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Like undulating waves caressing small pebbles by the waterfront, this shawl has flowing shapes and distinct little rocks.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A study of angles in beads and lace, showcasing my passion for mathematics. I sometimes compare math with knitting, both lace and equations can be overwhelming at first glimpse. However, once broken down into sections of knits, purls or multiplications, a new world opens up to us that is surprisingly attainable.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
As the provider of light, warmth and an overall sustainer of life on Earth, I think it’s time to praise the sun!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Coral reefs are fragile and beautiful, much like shawls actually. But while coral reefs are most prominent in tempered waters, I think I can use shawls in all climates. This pattern is a perfect way of bringing a bit of coral beauty to your everyday life.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I guess everyone has at some point found themselves drawing hearts, the both rounded and edgy shape is addictive for many reasons. Hearts lined up together make me think of baking cookies but let’s try to make a shawl instead!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Bound in a bouquet or climbing up a trellis, how do you like your flowers best? Here the two are combined in a perfect blend of geometrical shapes and floral softness. The twisting of the flowers’ stems is mirrored in the central motif, forming a spiraling trellis.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Resting quietly inside each tiny seed, a surprise is waiting to happen. With the right conditions, life becomes evident as the first sprout breaks through the soil. Our love and care encourage the stems and leaves skyward. The first flowers bring joyous pride filling our senses with their beauty and scent. As your plant bursts forth in splendor,...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Mimosa is one of those plants that really make me happy, it has a wonderful smell, but most of all it’s the shape and colour of those fuzzy little flowers. Like clusters of small suns they light up any garden or flower bouquet, and when portrayed by nupps or beads, any shawl.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I like to collect pretty things, but catching actual butterflies isn’t going about it my way. I prefer to capture their shape and beauty using a Japanese butterfly lace, accentuated with a purled background and arranged to adorn a shawl.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap, Baby Blanket
Some of the most beautiful flowers are the simple ones, the ones that can be used in any type of arrangement and that never go out of style. This design is my tribute to them. I first made this as a blanket for my daughter, then a matching shawl for me.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A ruffled shawl is something special, it moves when you move. This shawl makes me want to spin around and dance.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I have a heart vine plant that my mom gave me. The long dangling vines have grown and reached the floor several times. It moved to the top of our refrigerator allowing it to stretch but soon we’ll need a higher ceiling and some furniture to match! Your heart vine shawl can be made as large as you want it, well at least if you have enough yarn.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
“Can’t see the forest for the trees” is a popular proverb. It might as well have been not seeing the tree for all the leaves but I hope there will never be one about not noticing the shawl for all the fancy stitches.
Knitting: Scarf
When I was in school I liked geometry a lot, calculating angles and things like that. Knowing that there is an exact answer can be so reassuring. Did you know that in a rhombus all sides have the same length?
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Fylleryd is my favourite place for picking blueberries, it’s a small forest a few kilometers from my grandparents’ house. When I started dreaming of a blue shawl with nupps I immediately thought of blueberries.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Orchids are beautiful and delicate flowers. This lace stitch has often been referred to as a waterlily but when I look at it I see an orchid.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Where I live, the season for wearing a wool shawl is a lot longer than the season of lavenders in bloom. This shawl pattern is inspired by traditional Estonian and Icelandic lace knitting.