all year round is a mini collection of seamless, knitted-in-the-round accessories. Read more
Posts tagged ‘things to wear’
Can you imagine how excited I became when I met Kimberly Golynskiy and her new project “Around the world in 80 skeins”?
As a crafter, I’m amazed by the friendships and connections made online, among people from all over the world. There’s no more such a thing as loneliness when we think about how many knitters, crocheters, seamstress etc etc, we can find online to share ideas.
We are celebrating Trico Trico Yarns 1st year: Get 50% off on my Ravelry’s patterns in partnership with Trico Trico Yarns, until Friday (March 21st, 2014) – Izabel, Allegra and Halona Shawls!
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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 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