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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Lines in Motion is a simple and modern triangle-shaped shawl, worked from one tip to another. The beautiful texture is created by alternating Garter stitch, Stockinette stitch and Slip-stitch stripes. This is a great project for using up all the yarn since you can finish knitting at the end of any Garter stitch stripe.
A thin layer of snow was covering our patio this crisp October morning when I was just about to publish this pattern. That reminded me of the things I love about winter. Having a hot cup of tea with lemon is definitely one of them and so the tunic got the name Lemon Slice.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
A couple of years ago my son drew a picture of a striped shawl and said I should make one. I loved the color combination so much that I kept the picture and every now and then searched for perfect yarn that would have the same shades. A few of weeks ago I finaly decided to get the yarn, no matter what. The fact that I had been so slow was kind o...
This design was completely inspired by colors! As soon as I saw those three skeins together, I knew there will be some stripes. In this case, cool looking blending stripes. Blue blends into yellow and yellow blends into green, resulting in a striping that gives each color its turn to shine.
I like to think of a comfortable hoodie as one of the wardrobe essentials. Especially if it’s hand knit of course. This particular one was inspired by a beautiful hand dyed yarn. I found it fascinating how something so simple as the subtle change in color, created a clear contrast between smooth stockinette and textured reverse stockinette. The ...
I often buy a little more yarn than needed when I start a new project and that leaves me with an extra skein or two after I finish. I think I’m not alone in this! The good news is, since we all have a certain taste in color and yarn weight, those extra skeins go surprisingly well together.
Oversized top-down pullover with wide neckline, back neck button closure and arrow patterning on front and sleeves. Garter stitch collar is worked back and forth and then joined for knitting in the round. Rest of the pullover is worked in the round. Includes approx. 2-4” / 5-10 cm of positive ease.