After knitting Miette in Purple…I was quite demotivated and decided I wasn’t ready to make another just yet. The original plan was to make two Miettes (purple and grey) since I had enough Cascade Sierra yarn for two. So looked through my favorites on Ravelry and the fabulous Vanadium by Lisa Mutch was on my needles. I made a size 30 and used a size … Continue reading Knitting Vanadium Cardigan and a new blog logo…what do you think?
Miette Cardi is one of the most popular free knitting patterns available on Ravelry. It´s actually the first item I knitted when I decided to up my rusty knitting skills. Il cardigan Miette è uno dei cartamodelli gratuiti più famosi tra quelli disponibili su Ravelry. E’ il primo capo che ho realizzato quando ho deciso di riprendere in mano i ferri dopo tantissimi anni. I … Continue reading Purple Miette Cardi: Swatch your knits!
Honey Cowl is probably one of the most popular cowl patterns (together with Gaptastic cowl) on Raverly. It was on my knitting list even before I took up knitting! I won’t dwell on the details…It’s the short version. No changes! Il modello Honey Cowl è tra i più amati su Raverly (insieme al Gap-tastic cowl). Era sulla mia lista di progetti prima ancora che cominciassi a fare la … Continue reading Honey Cowl: Argentina dreaming
Have you ever dreamed of a knitting workshop in Italy with Meg Swansen? Well, she will be in Biella, (northern) Italy next weekend! It´s her first time ever in Continental Europe…amazing. If you are a long-time knitter you probably know everything about Meg Swansen, her mother Elizabeth Zimmermann and EPS Updated (an updated version of Elizabeth’s Percentage System). I am afraid my knitting knowledge didn’t … Continue reading Meg Swansen Knitting Workshop in Biella, Italy April 12-13 – The Wool Box
Back in October I visited Abilmente craft fair and discovered a small Italian business that produces its own yarn in Italy: The Wool Box. Linda from The Wool Box was wearing a gorgeous capelet made with one of their yarns and I fell in love with the design. Though my knitting knowledge was was limited to knitting and purling…I walked out with this unbleached natural … Continue reading Knitted Capelet – The Wool Box pattern