Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I designed this shawlette using 4 balls of Mini Mochi, but any other yarn with a color gradient will be suitable. You can choose any yarn weight you like, but remember that you might need more yarn when using anything thicker than fingering. You can also make a bigger shawlette by using as much yarn as you like.
Knitting: Necktie, Cuffs
Merry Xmas !!!
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
I designed the Wingbat shawlette using 100g of Mini Mochi, but any other yarn with a color gradient will be suitable. You can choose any yarn weight you like, but remember that you might need more yarn when using anything thicker than fingering. You can also make a bigger shawlette by using as much yarn as you like.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is suitable for any multicolored yarn. You can even use it with a yarn that has a color gradient. However, you will get the best results when using a dip dyed skein that shows 3 - 5 colors. The two models shown here are knitted with fingering yarn, but you can apply the pattern to any yarn weight.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Have you ever bought a skein of hand dyed yarn for a One Skein Wonder, because you fell in love with the beautiful color composition? But after winding you felt a bit disappointed about how these colors looked on the ball of yarn and then that disappointment was as nothing compared to your disillusionment after knitting the first rows. What once...
Knitting: Scarf
The La La Lu scarf is designed to create the illusion of a braid. It is a modular knit, yet still seamless. You will find a charted as well as a written version. You will also find ample photo tutorials which explain the joining techniques and much more.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Merry Xmas to you all !!!
Knitting: Scarf
The Blueberrry Panel Scarf is comprised of modules. Since every module starts with a different color, it’s a fun project to knit, because every module will look different and the surprise factor will keep you going.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This pattern will enable you to apply the V-Ruffles to any sock
Knitting: Scarf
The Steps of Change scarf is comprised of modules, which will be joined as you proceed. The nice thing about this scarf is, that it is knitted without cutting the thread when switching to the next module, hence you will hardly have to weave in any threads. This implys that it’s a seamless knit as well.
Knitting: Scarf
The Cars on Lombard scarf is knitted in modular fashion. You will join as you go. There is no seaming required.
Knitting: Scarf
The Diamond Glow scarf is a fun to knit project. It is a modular pieced scarf, but there are no seams. Although the modules will repeat themselves, the color factor will keep you in suspense, as every module will look surprisingly different.
Knitting: Scarf
The Wingstripes scarf is designed to make any yarn with a color gradient look more interesting than the usual stripes. It is shown here with Debbie Bliss Angel Prints, but you can use any other yarn with a decent color gradient with any yarn weight of your choice.
Knitting: Scarf
The Surges & Waves scarf is knitted in modular fashion. You will join as you go, but with the technique described you won’t have any hard edges in the middle of the scarf.
Knitting: Scarf
The Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah scarf is a wonderful project for this time of the year, when the seasons are changing. It is light and soft with only 100g of fine mohair and silk. It won’t bother you, when it’s still a bit warm, yet it will keep you nice and cozy, when it gets chilly.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Amazonas shawlette is originally designed for Wollmeise Merino Fingering. As long as you choose this yarn it is a one skein wonder. Of course, you can knit it with any other fingering or even laceweight yarn, but then you might need more than one skein.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
These fun to knit Two of Wands socks are knitted toe-up.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Dragonwheel shawlette is originally designed for Wollmeise Merino Fingering. As long as you choose this yarn it is a one skein wonder. Of course, you can knit it with any other fingering or even laceweight yarn, but then you might need more than one skein.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Errata:
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
This pattern will provide you will all the necessary instructions to knit a sock from the toe up, but you can just as well tackle it top down. You will be provided with 7 pages of photo tutorials at the end of the pattern.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The Pinocchio sock will display to colors of any self striping yarn at its best. The model shown in the pattern is done with Knit Picks Felici Fingering, but you can just as well use Regia, Zauberball, Opal, Zitron, and other yarn with stripes or color gradients.
Knitting: Tutorial, Chart
The Puss’n’Boots sock will display to colors of any self striping yarn at its best. The model shown in the pattern is done with Knit Picks Felici Fingering, but you can just as well use Regia, Zauberball, Opal, Zitron, and other yarn with stripes or color gradients.
Knitting: Applique / Embellishment
The following instructions are only referring to the embelishment of the Joker socks. You will find plenty of free directions on how to knit plain socks from the cuff down or from the toe up on Ravelry.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
The Coralette is a two-skein-wonder created for fingering yarn. Two contrasting skeins would be best. You can use one skein of solid yarn combined with a multicolor yarn, two solid or semi-solid skeins are also possible. Even two skeins with a color gradient will work. Be fancy.
Knitting: Ankle Sock, Mid-calf Socks
errata: right leg row #45 reads
Knitting: Headwear - Other, Neck / Torso - Other
Have you ever found yourself in a situation, where you wanted to wear a hat in one moment, and the next moment you needed to take it off, but then where should you put it? You are commuting for example, and waiting for the train can be a drafty piece of drag, but on the train everything is so jam-packed, that you don’t want to even think o...
Knitting: Scarf
Happy Xmas,
Knitting: Scarf
This is a fun to knit scarf with any yarn that has a color gradient. You will find instructions how to adjust this pattern to other yarn weights. Also you will find photo tutorials on how to do short rows and how to pick up new stitches from the selvedge stitches in order to avoid seaming.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is suitable for all yarns with a color gradient. Noro Silk GardenSock, Lana Grossa Magico, Katia Olé Socks Viento, Zauberball, Chroma from Knitpicks, Mini Mochi, Jojoland, even Noro Silk Garden lite.
Knitting: Cowl
Match this cowl with the Lily Blossom Wristletts, and you will have a nice ensemble. One skein of each color will be sufficient for both projects.
Knitting: Cuffs
Match these wristlets with the Lily Blossom Cowl and you will have a nice ensemble. One skein of each color will be sufficient for both projects.
Knitting: Scarf
This pattern is suitable for all yarns with a color gradient. Noro Silk GardenSock, Lana Grossa Magico, Katia Olé Socks Viento, Zauberball, Chroma from Knitpicks, Mini Mochi, Jojoland, even Noro Silk Garden lite. The width of the scarf will equal about the width of 68 st of the yarn you choose.
Knitting: Scarf
Although I used Noro Flower Bed you can use any yarn with a slowly evolving gradient like Noro Silk GardenSock, Lana Grossa Magico, Katia Olé Socks Viento, Zauberball, Chroma from Knitpicks, Mini Mochi, Jojoland, even Noro Silk Garden lite. The width of the scarf will equal about the width of 60 st of the yarn you choose.