Ragga Eiríksdóttir

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Pullover
The sweater is knit top-down, using a circular needle. I prefer using a 32” needle (or longer) and the magic loop method - a method that allows the knitter to use a long circular needle for knitting any diameter. The construction is seamless - meaning in the end you’ll only have a few ends to weave in, no Kitchener drama or anything of the liki...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Created and photographed in the remote Icelandic Westfjords, a little whimsical star could just be the perfect holiday gift for someone you happen to like very much
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Puffypom is a quick project suitable for most knitters. It knits up quickly with fairly large needles and the yummy, bulky Puffin yarn (or other yarn with similar yardage).
Knitting: Mittens
In Reykjavík Iceland houses are either made of timber or concrete. The timber houses are most often covered in corrugated metal and that’s also the most common material for roofs. This makes for a fun canvas for the creative people of Reykjavík and they paint their roofs and houses in bright, fun colors.
Knitting: Cardigan
This is the Icelandic version of Iðunn.
Knitting: Mittens
The mitten is worked in the round in stockinette stitch. Picot edging around the opening.
Knitting: Cardigan, Pullover
This is a revised version of the pattern Loki. The new version includes the original cardigan version AND a pullover version plus steeking instructions for crochet steek.
Knitting: Cardigan
A lovely pattern for a baby/toddler cardigan by Ragga Eiriksdottir. The seamless design makes it really comfortable for the little person in your life.
Knitting: Pullover
This is the 2.0 version of the Óðinn pattern. It contains both the original bottom up version and the (more fun) top down version.
Knitting: Dress
A lovely tunic made from Icelandic lopi under Japanese influence:
Knitting: Cardigan
This lovely lopapeysa (Icelandic for the classic woollen yoke sweater/cardigan). It is knitted from the lightweight and versatile unspun Lopi. The pattern is an old eight petal rose taken from the Icelandic “Sjónabók”, a collection of old patterns found in Icelandic art and handcrafts through the ages.
Knitting: Scarf
When Nammi first came on the market a lot of knitters contacted me to ask about shawl and scarf patterns.
Knitting: Pullover
A light and lovely top-down raglan. Snug fitting with pretty YO increases. Made from my lovely handdyed Nammi, about 100g (no longer available). The base is the Icelandic laceweight Einband but you might want to check out the lovely plant dyed Hespa yarn by my friend Guðrún the botanist.
Knitting: Hats - Other
Enjoy this supercute baby hat that was first published in Icelandic in Prjóniprjón.