Halona shawl was “born” right after the shawl Allegra. I like to think about them as a pair, since they are both mostly worked with the pleasant garter stitch, with a few lacy rows formed by elongated stitches. After the elaborated Izabel shawl, I thought it was a good time for projects that we can knit without too much thinking. Something that we can call “laid-back knitting”. Read more
I’m not writing too much lately because there’s a lot of action going on. Workshops in different places, a few knitting trips and new designs have been the reason for what I like to call “truly good times”.
Izabel is the pattern for the 1st TricôTricô Yarns KAL that starts at Jun 28!
I’m super excited about a very specific new brand of hand dyed yarns: it’s Tricô Tricô (as “Knit Knit”). One of the reasons is for that is the exquisite colors on the top 100% wool yarns. You can take a look here and see for yourself !
The other aspect that has inspired me to design Izabel shawl & shawlette and Tashi beanie, is the fact that my dear friend Sandra Baroni has started this business as the entrepreneur behind Tricô Tricô yarns. Read more
The Brazilian knitting community used to carry out meetings which led to the 1st Brazilian Knitting Congress in Curitiba last year. Well…they are doing it again and, next June in São Paulo, we are going to have another weekend full of knitting experiences! Read more