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This shawl-turned-poncho is a stylish alternative to your traditional triangular shawl. Knit in fingering weight yarn, this asymmetrical poncho is a lighter and more playful version of my pattern Wrapped Up and uses the same construction: You start by knitting a top-down shawl, then close to knit in the round and continue knitting on the bias.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Sorbet is another name for the Cornelian Cherry and translates to Dirndl in (Austrian) German. And a Dirndl, in turn, is either said fruit, a girl or a traditional Austrian or Bavarian dress. This shawl was originally designed as an accessory for my mum’s hand-sewn Dirndl dress and in the colors that were chosen for my hometown’s newly created t...
Knit top-down with raglan shaping, starting at the shoulders/sleeves, this light cardigan uses the sequence of increases and decrease known from knitting a chevron to create a unique shape and fit: increases in the back and fronts, decreases at the sides. The different textures of herringbone, stockinette and garter stitch create additional inte...
Knitting: Cardigan, Shrug / Bolero
This seamless top-down modular knit uses a combination of increases & decreases for shaping, just like a large chevron stitch. The result is a unique and fun shrug you can knit (as suggested) in many colors or just one. The different textures of linen-, garter- and stockinette stitch and chevron shaping make for an interesting result either ...
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
Knit top down, starting at the neckband, this racer-back tank-top is shaped like one big chevron – knit in the round: increases in the back and decreases in the front create a unique shape and fit. It’s the perfect summer garment and looks great in both a single color or the two color version.
This seamless top-down modular knit uses a combination of increases & decreases for shaping, just like a large chevron stitch, to create a unique shape and fit: increases at the sides, decreases in the front and back – you could also call it bias knitting in the round. The result is a unique and fun little top – perfect for summer!
My sister loves turtles. I secretly call her turtle-guru (but don’t tell her). When she asked me to knit some baby stuff for her to give to a friend, I went a little crazy searching for cute turtle baby stuff. I love Sheldon, and I wanted a whole set to match it. Since I couldn’t find turtle (or honeycomb) mittens, at least baby sized, I came up...