I completely forgot about finishing up the pattern for this cowl, the sister of Fasett and Vinjett, but now it's finally done! I truly love knitting this harlequin pattern and I could easily make one of every type of garment with it. Perhaps you would grow bored with me then... but at least there's now… Fortsätt läsa Cassia
I've always claimed I'm not really a sock knitter, whenever I attempt to make any it takes ages... But then I realised I can do it my own way, and suddenly it was fun! So I made a pair of socks in the technique I use for shawls, but transformed it into a pair of… Fortsätt läsa Elliptica
It's just so rewarding when you have an idea that you know will be great, to just be able to actually realise it as well! Being able to design my own garments really is a gift that I'm very grateful for. Epistle is a sheet music shawl with notes made from bobbles and slipped stitches.… Fortsätt läsa Epistle
This rectangular shawl/stole features rainbow leaves and it is knit from the centre out so it's easy to adapt sizewise. Casparia is available on Ravelry and Etsy.
This lovely blanket has been in the works for quite some time. I love it's geometrical pattern, while featuring the "regular" leaves as well. Polkett is available on Ravelry and Etsy.
Last night I held my very first knitting workshop ever! It was held at one of my LYS's, Humlalyckan the Yarn Farm, and to no surprise the topic was short-row knitting! It went very well I think, and it was a good first experience. For the purpose of the workshop I created a new pattern,… Fortsätt läsa Timotej
It's been years since I last knit a hat, but I really enjoyed it so there will definitely be more of them in the future! This one is based on the same facet pattern as Fasett so they will be a matching pair if you would like a hat and a shawl together. Amulett is… Fortsätt läsa Amulett
I never thought I would be a wrist warmer knitter, but these being my third pair I think I have to rethink that! These feature a new variation of leaf pattern, one resembling wheat. I most likely will use this for more patterns... Zenda is available on Ravelry and Etsy.
Some patterns take more time than other, and the technical challenge is part of the joy! I think I restarted Litsea 5 times before I got the wreaths the way I wanted them. It's been over a year since I made the first sketch, but it's finally ready for the world! Very happy with the… Fortsätt läsa Litsea
After my first pair of wrist warmers, Vinjett, I made another pair but with Aeria as my model. They've since found their way to my Elin, my most knitworthy friend who is also home to Aeria as well as several others of my shawls. Aeria is based on the same idea as Aeria, so they… Fortsätt läsa Elarina