Pattern Release — Catch a Butterfly

It's a lovely sunday and I decided to publish the Catch a Butterfly shawl a little sooner! This shawl starts as a rectangle worked sideways with little butterflies that seem to flutter over it. Then, tapered rectangles are added to the left and right side to turn it into a comfy, oversized shawl / wrap.... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Tortuga Scarf

New pattern available --- Tortuga Scarf! Add a splash of color to your wardrobe with this fun lacy scarf! Because of the parallelograms that separate the Lace Rib Rectangles the Tortuga Scarf waves gently to the right. Gauge is not crucial, this is an ideal stashbuster because you can easily adjust the length and width.... Continue Reading →

Freebie Release — Jeromette

A new Freebie is available --- Jeromette! This shawl plays with texture and color --- there is double moss stitch, ribbing, seed stitch and an I-Cord Edging! Jeromette is a triangle without its tip and can be wrapped around the neck easily. There are lots of possibilities to turn Jeromette into your own unique shawl... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Veela

New shawl pattern available --- Veela! This shawl bewitches you with all-over lace and stripes! A few rows of garter stitch add structure to this airy shawl that can be continued to any size. You can use as many colors as you like and stripe at will! My testers came up with great color combinations... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Lavandia

A new knitting pattern is here --- Lavandia! We have three lavender bushes in our garden. Every year, I dry lavender and put it in little sachets. The scent of lavender is said to have a soothing effect, and that's why I decided to use garter stitch for this shawl. Because what stitch is more... Continue Reading →

Pattern Release — Graynor

Once I began to combine knitting and crochet I couldn't stop --- and my shawl Graynor is the latest addition! Graynor starts with a crocheted granny triangle. Then it’s time for the knitting needles! I decided to use garter stitch because I love the texture of this stitch. The tips are fastened at the front... Continue Reading →

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