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
I’m happy for being able to design a feminine shawl with a worsted weight yarn!
Because is worked with a thicker yarn, Cadhla shawl is a fast knit project, perfect for Xmas gifts! Read more
At Vogue Knitting Live we received cute cards from Pantone & VK with a color selection for Spring 2012. I’ve loved the card and even more the colors! However, at that moment, I didn’t research about what was going on between Pantone, VK and this color list. This event is always so fantastic, there’s so much happening at the same time that we can’t afford to miss a thing!
But as a curious knitter and marketing person, I already had registered in my “mind files”: pantone/colors/fashion! And as I was browsing on the net, reading fashion magazines and observing fashion store’s windows, there was something here and there about Pantone and Fashion Colors! Read more
My main inspiration for Bettina Cardigan was to put to work what I have learned from fitting classes at Craftsy.com and at knitting events about a great fitting. I really hope that people feel beautiful and comfortable knitting and wearing it! My second inspiration was to create something that I would really love to wear anytime that has a girlie twist! Read more
I’m super fan of this knitter writer (or maybe writer knitter? Not sure?!) and I’m grateful for her inspiration on this project! We met in São Paulo last month and she was looking for some yarn to knit the Boho cowl! Working with some math here and there I ended up creating a new cowl…. Ceres’s cowl, of course! A super fast accessory to knit in lace pattern that only takes one ball of bulky yarn. Read more