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Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Irmelie is a simple and elegant lace shawl, with a crescent shape that makes it drape well over the shoulders. It features a beautiful lace edge with heart shaped motifs, and a simple stockinette stitch body. It is worked from the outer edge, and is shaped with short rows.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Malva is an elegant and simple lace shawl, with a stockinette stitch body and a beautiful lace edging. It has a crescent shape that makes it drape well over the shoulders.
Knitting: Mittens
In Greek mythology Clytia was a water nymph. She was in love with Helios, the personification ofthe sun, but he didn’t love her back. In her mourning over her lost love she sat naked on a rock, without any food and drink, staring at the sun all day long. After nine days she was transformed into a sunflower, a flower that is known for always turn...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
I think a tam is my favorite kind of hat. Everyone looks good in a tam, and it should be a wardrobe staple in autumn and winter. Sirona is a traditional shetland tam with a delicate and beautiful patterning. It uses only two colors which makes it easy to knit and leaves very few ends to weave in. So, grab your yarn and needles, and make yourself...
Knitting: Mittens
Ranka is pair of traditional colorwork mittens worked with a thumb gusset for a great fit. The twisting plants ofthe forest were the inspiration for the motif of the back ofthe hand. This inspiration has also given these mittens their name - Ranka is the Swedish word for bine. The swirly motif of Ranka will look equally good in high contrasting ...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Freja, the goddess of love and fertility in old Norse myth, is also known by the name Vanadis. This tam was made to match my Freja mittens, which were published in Knitty, winter bis 2011, and it has borrowed many patterns from the mittens. I’ve named it Vanadis to show that relationship – the same but still different. Vanadis is worked as a tra...
Knitting: Mittens
Freja, the Nordic goddess of love and fertility, is the inspiration for these mittens. The design started with the pattern of small hearts in the palm, and I knew I wanted to combine it with more hearty shapes. The result is these mittens.
Knitting: Mittens
Jolnir is one of many names of Odin, the major god in Old Norse mythology. Jolnir is the Yule god. These mittens remind me a lot of Yule time, and have therefore borrowed their name from Jolnir. Jolnir mittens are a pair of traditional colorwork mittens with a modern feel. The ribbed cuff makes it fit snuggly around your wrist, keeping snow out,...
Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Villemo is a triangular scarf knit from side to side in garter stitch with a simple lace edging. Being a very shallow triangle, it fits nicely under your coat, without adding too much bulk. It is a small and fast project making it suitable as a last minute gift. Using only about 240 yards of yarn Villemo also is the perfect project to use a skei...