lunchbreakgradientLunch break with gradient. I can see my future - knitting till at least one in the morning this night. The yarn is Bilum Ais, silk and cashmere. I'm in love.

CYA winSQThings have been a bit slow here in the past couple of months, I only released two new patterns last year. However, my daughter is a big girl now, fifteen months old, and slowly but surely, I seem to have more opportunities and brains to work than before. I have tons of ideas and hopefully, they will become projects and then patterns soon. I'll show you a few of them. 

My newest shawl in the making, I know you can't see much yet but I'll bring more pictures soon I promise. I got a couple of skeins from Cascade Yarns many months ago to swatch and I finally have the time to start working with them. I guess this is going to be a fairly large swatch.

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siidegarte progress1 square

This gorgeous skein (Siidegarte Siide-Fideel) came home with me from the Swiss Wulle Festival. And I could resist almost two whole weeks before casting on. 

countryroads1 sq

When I started designing this sweater, I had a very clear picture in mind. A winding country road with fields and wild flowers around. A place where you can take a walk to clear your mind, where you can be alone with your thoughts, undisturbed. 

So I made a sweater which is an ideal companion on a walk like this when autumn comes. It's nice and warm, the yarn is an aran weight BFL wool, and in the stitch patterns you can see that winding road and the fields around.

Country Roads is a completely seamless sweater. The pattern will lead you through every step of the way. For construction notes, sizes and other relevant information, please visit my shop.

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