Thursday, May 10, 2018

Everything Shawl




This year we jumped almost straight from Winter to Summer - so what better way to celebrate the change of the seasons as with a lovely new shawl pattern!

This shawl is very special to me. It holds so many memories from so many lovely trips, starting with the adventure in Argentina in November last year. Then the shawl traveled to New York in Jnauary and later this Spring to Austin Texas. And I barely got it finished - so beware, it's a lot of knitting, but oh, so fun!

The idea was to add everything to a shawl a knitter would want; so there's some easy garter stitch, some stripes, some ribbing, a tad of lace and even some brioche (of course!). To make things even more fun, it mixes three colors and two bases: Kid mohair and fingering weight merino. These colors are so sweet and lovely together, making me happy every time I see even a glimpse of this shawl. But as you can guess, this is perfect for some color experimenting too! 



Everything Shawl

Everything shawl was begun as my travel knitting and it has followed me to Buenos Aires, Patagonia, New York and Austin, Texas. This shawl has truly seen it all!

In addition to being my trusted travel companion, it also has everything a knitter can hope for: Garter stitch, some short rows, twisted ribbing, lace and even a bit of two-colored brioche. Pick up your favorite color combo and let’s start the journey of Everything Shawl together!

Yarn: 2 skeins of Cottage Merino by WalkCollection and 1 skein of Kid Mohair Lace by WalkCollection. Approx. 780 yards (720 meters) of fingering weight yarn (MC and CC1) and 460 yards (420 meters) of lace weight mohair (CC2); 390 yards (360 meters) of each MC and CC1, 460 yards (420 meters) of CC2. The sample was knit in colorways Flamingo Pink (MC, hot pink), Solar System (CC1, yellow speckled) and Peonies (CC2, light pink mohair).

Finished measurements: Approx. 93” (236 cm) wingspan and 40” (100 cm) deep at deepest spot.

Please note: The lace section is only charted!

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Knit Stars 3.0





Something really exciting is happening! Maybe you have already heard of Knit Stars, an all online learning adventure, and I'm super honored to be one of the teachers in the coming Knit Stars 3.0: North Stars Rising.

As you probably know, I have been traveling quite a bit for teaching - but there are always only a limited number of spots on each class. Now you have an opportunity to attend many wonderful workshops from the comfort of your own home! How wonderful is that!?!




With an amazing lineup of teachers there will be something to learn for everyone. My workshop will be all about stripes and there will be an exclusive and very special new shawl design included - you have no idea how thrilled I am about that!

I'm so grateful to be a small part of this adventure! Hope to see you there!

You can find more details on this wonderful online event and enroll 

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Road Trip Shawl






A new year, clean slate and fresh plans! I think we all feel that little pinch of excitement as a new year begins. At least I do!

I have been working hard to get a few patterns ready - many samples have been waiting for a long time to have proper pictures taken and patterns written. This shawl is the first of those! Hope you enjoy a lot of soothing garter stitch, a little ribbing and some brioche!

Hoping that 2018 is the best year yet for everyone!






Road Trip shawl

Road Trip Shawl is made of fun little details, yet the sole purpose is to make this shawl relaxing to knit with striking, easy to wear outcome. This shawl features a little ribbing, a little brioche and a good handful of solid garter stitch. Choose your colors and follow the road!

Yarn: 3 skeins of Merino Singles by La Bien Aimée (100% Merino Wool; 400 yards (366meters) per 100g). Approx. 1125 yards (1030 meters) of fingering weight yarn: 375 yards (340 meters) of all three colors MC, CC1 and CC2. The sample was knit in colorways Parchment (MC, natural) and Nebula (CC1, blue) and Interstellar (CC2, white speckled).

Finished measurements:
Approx. 95” (240 cm) wingspan, measured from end to end in a straight line, and 31½” (80 cm) deep at deepest point.


€ 4.90