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
I know, I know…sounds as a cliche, but time flew, insn’t i true?!
I sincerely hope that you had a great knitting time so far and enjoyed our last post with a cute finishing detail that is not on the pattern!
A few KAL participants and I have just finished a Google Hangout about bust darts and I’m thrilled about how much fun we had! We have chatted about not only bust darts, but also about button bands (a cute idea came out for next week!) and blocking as we enjoyed Yone’s grandson Emanuel showing up after his first day at school! An inspiring night before our next clue! Read more
And there we are at Week 2 of Cecilia Niemeyer KAL! And I would really like to ask for your help!