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Posts from the ‘Things that I love’ Category

A project to knit until you wish!

TilUwish and TilUwish+ Two "piece of cake" and fast to knit headbands, that run less than a skein of a DK or light worsted yarn! They are two different models, using the same motif. The design will change depending on the number of repetitions that you choose to knit: 5 or 8! So… ... knit until you wish! Read more

Aura – a wrap with lots of possibilities!

Aura is a delicate and easy to knit wrap. Made with kid mohair and merino wool, the yarn used gives a light touch that I particularly love! But that choice is not an imposition: Aura can and should be knitted with other yarns! Choices of different yarns will give a different look to this versatile short cape! Read more

Mini Shawl – A truly mini one!

This mini shawl was born from my desire to participate in the contest managed by Tricoteiras.com in partnership with Aslan. The challenge was to create a piece with just one ball of  Bariloche yarn from Aslan Trends (100g approx 160m, 85% woll/15% polyamide) for needles of 5 to 7mm. Read more

Knitting needles from another planet: Signature Needles!

Knitting needles... That is a hot topic among us knitters! We all have our preferences and that’s how it has to be! Particularly, I'm a fan of several brands and do not have a specific preference. I like to choose the needle, among the ones that I have, according to the yarn characteristics. And I'm always delighted with the characteristics of each one! Yes, yes ... I must be the prototype of the “fave” consumer in the marketing department of manufacturers! But, really, I think that all major brands available worldwide have quality and features that meet the needs and dreams of the "knitters nation”! Read more

They create opportunities to give and receive: Knitting for a cause!

This is the first post I write for PeaceKnitLove and to inaugurate the space with good vibes, I chose to talk about the amazing work of three special knitters: They are Alina from the Blog Maré de Amor (Tide of Love) and VeraLu and Juliana from the blog Saco de Bebê da Veralu (VeraLu’s Bag of Babies).
They create opportunities to give and receive: Knitting for a cause Read more