Knit this women’s fairisle cardigan from Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine 52, a design by Marie Wallin using the beautiful yarn Felted Tweed (merino wool and alpaca). With set-in sleeves, round neck and striped rib and cuffs, this knitting pattern is for the experienced knitter.
Fächertuch als Wingspan Variante - stricken und häkeln
Bei diesem wundervollen Fächertuch als Wingspan Variante kommt die ganze Bandbreite der Garne aus der mix&knit-Kollektion perfekt zur Geltung.
Wanderling Knitting pattern by Isabell Kraemer
Wanderling is worked seamlessly in St st from the top down using raglan increases on both sides of a cute mock cable to shape the yoke. An additional mock cable panel runs down the back for some knitting and (of course!) visual interest. Button band and buttonhole band are worked in garter stitch simultaneously with the yoke and the body. After separating the sleeves and the body, the slightly a-shaped body is first worked back and forth to the end of the button placket, then the body is…
knittedandco's Chaika test
Happy to be taking part in the Chaika test…..thank you Midori Completely undecided as to what yarn or even what colour but I’ve at least made a start on my swatching. Pattern: Chaika (long sleeve...
Modèle Veste Phil Looping Femme
Très chic et colorée, on aime cette veste qui vous tiendra parfaitement au chaud durant vos longues soirées d'hiver. Tricoté en PHIL LOOPING coloris Colza et Flanelle.
Banded pattern by Dieuwke Schack-Mulligen
I love combining colors, but I’m not always in the mood to do colorwork or regular striping. The Banded sweater gives the striping a little twist: The main color and contrasting color are broken up by darker stripes, giving the option to work with 3 different colors. Choose a neutral color for those narrower stripes, or break it all up by using another pop of color. I’m wishing for a version with bright red stripes!