Pattern Release — Diamanthea

What I love about knitting is how many different ways there are to do certain techniques --- the cowl Diamanthea takes knitting through the back loop to the next level! Those graceful lines do not look like cables, and yet they are! Knitting through the back loop turns knit stitches into sleek columns. The cables... Continue Reading →


Pattern Release — Petrella

Cables , lace and chevrons all rolled into one triangle shawl --- that is Petrella! Petrella is a triangle shawl with a dose of cables, a sprinkle of lace that transitions to a chevron and a reverse rolled edge. My mum knitted this gorgeous sample using one skein of Cascade Heritage Solids in Limestone. She... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Magstrom

Do you want to knit a garter stitch shawl but dread the boredom of endless rows of knit stitches? Magstrom combines garter stitch with little surprises to keep the knitting interesting! And by little surprises I mean the petals scattered all over this shawl. These petals seem to grow out of the fabric and disappear... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Wooly Wings

Take flight with Wooly Wings! Long and shallow, this shawl looks like spread wings. The unique shape of this shawl is achieved with short rows. Worked from the bottom up, Wooly Wings starts with a short section of stockinette brioche, then the first pair of wings is worked in garter stitch followed by a lace... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Vildmose

Do you sometimes admire beautiful buttons but have no idea where to use them? Vildmose has the answer! The top down raglan sweater has a mock button placket at the front, so there is no fussing with buttonholes and you can sew on your beautiful buttons and show them to the world! On top of... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Confetto

Confetto is a sweet and easy lace triangle shawl, perfect for one skein of fingering weight yarn! First, stockinette stitch frames a small lace pattern in the middle. Then, the lace panel tuns into lace diamonds that change into an eyelet pattern. A few rows of garter stitch and more eyelets are worked as edging.... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Flouncer

Flouncer is a delightful mix of garter stitch, brioche, lace, stripes and 3 colors! The asymmetrical crescent shape is achieved with short rows. Two different lace patterns add interest after rows of garter stitch and brioche. One of the lace patterns is incorporated in the short rows. After a few garter stitch stripes, the shawl... Continue Reading →

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