Anu Ahoniemi

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
Papula is an easy top-down sweater with short sleeves and is totally seamless. The collar is shaped with some short rows to create a better fit on the neck. It also is very flattering to your body as it has some decreases to mark your waist and an a-shape construction for the hem.
Knitting: Cowl
Harha cowl has a pretty hourglass shape which gets narrower in the middle and wider on both sides. This clever construction creates a cowl which will cover your neck tightly, keeping you warm in the winter breezes. The cowl is slightly assymetrical so you can use it either way.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Stiplu is an easy shawl and perfect if you hate purling – it is totally knitted and does not contain any purl stitches. You can knit a stockinette shawl with circulars and with no purl stitches! This makes it a quick mindless knit. The tassels decorate the shawl to look festive but you can of course leave them out.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
When you just want to knit, knit, knit and you don’t want to think, think, think. This is your option! A cosy shawl which can be knitted in any yarn you just happen to have in your stash lying around. Choose a favourite colour and let yourself go!
Knitting: Pullover
Jopo sweater is designed for cyclers, both male and female. It is knit top down in one piece without seams and has some ease in the body. The sweater features all-round striping where you can play with the colours of your choice.
Knitting: Scarf
This mens’ scarf is a lifesaver for those who tend to lose their scarves. The scarf is knitted in an easy ’knit six, purl six’ –pattern and has I-cord finishing on all edges to keep it neat. It is attached with three buttons to keep you from losing it. You have eight buttonholes so you can vary the position of the scarf around your neck. Choose...
Knitting: Cowl
This cowl is light and airy and filled with lots of champagne bubbles. It takes you on a festive mood even when it is quite chilly. The cowl is quite an easy knit using basic decreases, increases and yarnovers. The knitting might become addictive because of the anticipation of the next bubbles. Choose one skein of your favourite fingering weigh...
Knitting: Ankle Sock
These socks are knitted using the skills and the technique that I learned at school when I was 9 years old, so they could be called very basic Finnish-style socks (just a bit modified during the years…)
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Silmukka beanie is a quick knit and it is perfect to warm your head in the winds. The tubular cast-on makes the edge nice and stretchy and gives it a good fit. The pattern is simple with some increases and decreases which create a fluffy look for the beanie. With only 40 grams of fingering weight yarn, this beanie is a perfect stashbuster!
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Solmu beanie is an easy knit with a cable in front. It is knitted in DK yarn which will keep you warm even in a colder climate. The beanie can be used in several ways according to your style. Roll it short and show the cable on your forehead or let the tip of the beanie hang loose on your back of your head. The cable will look identical on the ...
Knitting: Legwarmers
These legwarmers bring a touch of french luxury into your everyday with the champagne bubbles in the leg section and the ruffles in the ends. Still, they are warm and practical for a colder weather and a quick knit with one skein of DK yarn.
Knitting: Pullover
A basic sweater knitted in one large size to keep a man warm even in the colder weather.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
An easy beanie to match with your Rue Véron mittens.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These mittens are quick to make and keep your wrists warm even in the Parisian autumn breezes.