Skip to content

Posts tagged ‘things to wear’

Aimée Cowl

I have already mentioned how much I likeVickie Howell Sheep(ish) yarn by Caron! The perfect roving that mix acrylic and wool and enhance the stitches. The color pallete is perfect! And the price is spectacular!

I started to swatch with different colors, looking for an elegant curvy horizontal shape and the Aimée Cowl came up! I love the way that the stitch motif creates volumes and depressions that simulate cables! And the I-cord Finishing puts everything pretty well together! I hope that you appreciate this fast knitting project! Read more

Bettina Cardigan

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

Brazilian Knitting Congress: let’s go!

 

For details, visit the Congress’s website! Let’s go?


Ceres Cowl!

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

Dalilah’s Shawl Festival!

One of the coolest things that happened to me lately is the Dalilah’s KAL that Clara and Valesca from Tricoteiras.com are promoting and a lot of great gals have come along!

Our trip to Sao Paulo to visit the stores Pintar e Bordar and Novelaria Knit Café to meet the girls that knitted or are knitting – or even will knit soon – the Dalilah shawl was really great as well!One of the coolest things that happened to me lately is the Dalilah’s KAL, that Clara and Valesca from Tricoteiras.com are promoting and a lot of great gals have come along! Read more