Ok, last Telja post for a while - just have to share this one: Colleen @postscriptlove's version of Telja, knit in Lett Lopi in Rough Sea - I love this color combo so much! So beautifully photographed in a meadow - more pictures on Ravelry. #knit #knitting #knittersofinstagram #lopapeysa #lettlopi #instaknit #knitstagram #strikking #slowfashion #knitwear #icelandic #wool

Inspired by traditional Icelandic circular yoke sweaters, Telja is knit in the round from the bottom up. Short rows are worked on the back of the sweater to bring the front of collar lower than the back. The stranded yoke is worked, and then the slightly

Vintersol (“winter sunshine“) is inspired by a walk in a frosty, wintery meadow. This example is made with a soft and wooly double strand of Camilla Vad yarn, which creates a lofty worsted weight that is warm yet lightweight. This design lends itself well to a variety of color combinations. Choose 3 colors of yarn or simplify and go with two. You can even fade the background of the yoke, creating a gradient while using a light color for the motif.

Vintersol pattern by Jennifer Steingass

Sara Larsson @larssonsarae Finished just in ...Instagram photo | Websta (Webstagram)

Instagram Post by Sara Larsson (@larssonsarae)

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My Riddari ✨This is the second time I've knit this pattern. It's definitely one of my favorite lopi designs! Yarn: Body is Beaverslide Merino/Mohair. The yoke is a mix of what I had on hand: Harrisville Highland, Lett Lopi, Quince Owl, Knit Picks wool of the Andes, and handspun from Goodwill. #knitting #handmade #lettlopi #lopapeysa #knittersofinstagram

Instagram post by Jenn Steingass • May 23, 2016 at 6:00pm UTC



Ravelry: Silfri by Linnea Ornstein

Silfri pattern by Linnea Ornstein