Yay, spring is finally here! And I just finished knitting another Patricia shrug, this time for me, with the knit border in the beautiful deep red Illimani Santi. I like shrugs, they are so chic and easy to wear, and are perfect for the cool spring weather. The Patricia shrug has all the elements I love: leaf lace, bobbles, eyelets and texture ribbing. I especially love the pretty leaf pattern on the sleeves. What do you think?
A delightful companion to the Justina Hat, the handsome mitts adopt the same pretty floral motif to charm. The mitts, with two sizes, can be made fingerless or in full length. They are knitted in the round from the cuff up, with thumb knitted last.
Today I have accumulated 10000 hearts at Ravelry for my design Jordan, since the 5000 hearts milestone on . This is one of my favourite designs, and I have crocheted another Jordan in early January (with Euroflax Sport to replaced the discontinued Allegoro). Each heart means an additional special encouragement to me as I continue to design. Thank you so much to all of you for your kind support!
Adorned with a pretty floral motif and embellished with subtle florets for textural interest, Justina is delightful to knit and elegantly feminine to wear. Reminiscent of blissful spring flowers, the floral motif will happily blossom in any of your favourite colors. The hat is knitted in the round from the bottom up, and comes in two sizes.
A delightful companion to the Sherry Hat, the handsome mitts adopt the same pretty motif and are reversible as well. The mitts, with two sizes, can be made fingerless or in full length. They are knitted in the round from the cuff up, with thumb knitted last.
Pretty combo of classic cables and bobbles makes the ear warmer chic and feminine to wear. The bobbles are easy to make and require no turning or backward knitting. A great project to practice cables and bobbles for the adventurous beginners and an enjoyable quick knit for the more advanced.
Playful integration of daisy stitches and simple twisted ribs makes the Sherry hat a fun quick knit. Use different colors for Sherry and let the motifs translate to dainty blooms, carefree dandelions, spiky seedpods or tropical palm trees. You can easily turn the slouchy hat into a close fit beanie by knitting it shorter or simply wearing it folded for a pretty brim. The decorative backside also makes for a pert reversible hat. Knitted seamlessly in the round from the bottom up, the hat stretches to accommodate most adult heads.