Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaka Silk # () Pattern #75: Claw Cable (en) I googled, saw and knitted. A beautiful and actually pretty easy stitch that I would love to see on some gloves. Pattern #76: Wellenzopf mit Noppen (de) A magical combination from different techniques: We have cable, bobbles and twisted stitches which I didn’t include anywhere so far.
Last Saturday I was at the GeekGirlMeetup in Berlin. (Well, I am a web developer after all, right?!) The last time I was at an event like that, I was asked for business cards again and again. Of course that makes sense even in our technical world. It is still one of the easiest and fastest ways
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaka Silk # () Pattern #73: Herringbone Eyelet (en) I am not quite sure why there is herringbone in the stitch’s name as well (someone an idea?) but I liked the stitch nonetheless so I decided to take this one on as well. Pattern #74: Waving Rib (en)
Entrelac Scarf by FrecklesnPurls at Craftsy Short Scarf by Kreativraum at Dawanda Fox scarf by Nina-Fuehrer at Dawanda Scarf with roses and leaves by Lora at Etsy Herringbone Cowl by Breean Elyse Miller at Ravelry Women’s scarf with hoodie by NKD You can find more scarves on my Pinterest board.
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaka Silk #112 (Sundrop) Pattern #71: One Row Button Hole (en) Something completely different: button holes! Not really the most exciting pattern but very interesting to thing about how those are really done. Pattern #72: Diamond Lace Panel (en)
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaka Silk #112 (Sundrop) Pattern #69: Tiny Bowknot (en) What a cute little and easy stitch this is. I might include it in some baby blanket at some point. Pattern #70: Corded Rib (en) As explained in the instructions the stitch is not as easily and fastly knitted but needs a bit more concentration. Especially the
And then it hit me again … After last weeks review of the Verena fall 2012 magazine I just couldn’t wait any longer. As always. Oh god and I still have so many unfinished projects. But well, the yarn is here now and terribly beautiful: Rowan “Kid Classic”. I already started and what can I say,
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaka Silk #133 (Blush) Pattern #67: Gingerbread Cable Stitch (en) I am again in a cable pattern mode. Realizing that I didn’t include one in my project for quite a while now and finding this one made me use it instantly. The next one definitively won’t take so long. Pattern #68: Pointelle by Lion
Yarn: Blue Sky Alpaka Silk #133 (Blush) Pattern #65: Cable Stitch (de) One of the faster knitted cable stitches. I am reminded of chromosomes but that might be because of my Bioinformatic background. Pattern #66: Brick Stitch (en) Unfortunately the slip stitches don’t turn so beautifully in my pattern as in the original. I have to have look again what I
Aah, here it is again, my obsession with guerrilla knitting. And whose fault is it? The following discovery last week in Friedrichshain on my home, which I made unintentionally but was very welcomed. Immediately, I got the desire again to do this myself. At the same time, there was a Facebook post by the International Yarn Bombing Day. A day that is