Last night I published another shawl pattern. This time a Scottish-inspired shawl combining lace and travelling stitches that create a really lovely argyle texture. The shawl is named after Archibald Campbell, the 1st Marquis of Argyll of the Scottish county of Argyll. The Campbell of Argyll clan is where the argyle pattern originates from, it… Fortsätt läsa Archibald


Back in July, we went to a local market in Stallarholmen, about an hour outside of Stockholm. In one of the stalls I found this amazingly soft and shiny yarn, of 70% mohair and 30% silk. A pretty unusal yarn in the sense that it was 300 m/100g in this combo - usually you get… Fortsätt läsa Habibi


Here are some useful techniques in case you need to look them up when knitting my patterns. Jeny's Surprisingly Stretchy Bind-Off Kitchener stitch/Osynliga maskstygn Knit 2 together (k2tog): Slip slip knit (ssk)/Lyft lyft sticka (LLS): Yarn over (yo)/Omslag (omsl): Knit 3 together (k3tog)/3 tillsammans (3tills): Centered double decrease (sl2k1psso)/Centrerad dubbelminskning… Fortsätt läsa Instructions