May 27, 2015

Gorra Otavalo - in English

In spite of the Spanish name, the pattern is not available in Spanish, but in Norwegian, and now also in English!

May 25, 2015

Pattern sale

Boring part: Because of the EU VAT, Ravelry fees will go up after June 1st. Hence pattern prices will increase too.
Fun part: Last week of May you can get 2 patterns for the price of 1. You need to put both patterns in your cart to get the discount.

May 24, 2015

Mini Tuin in English

now in English

Four sizes: 3-6 months, 1 , 2 and 4 years

May 22, 2015

Sjølingstad hat - from me to you!

Inspired by the Shetland Wool Week hats, I have made a hat pattern for a knitting event at Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrik (Mandal, Norway) in September.

Free beret pattern here, beanie pattern here.


April 26, 2015

Hat love at first sight

It's not that I needed a hat
nor am I going to Shetland Wool Week 2015.

But I just could not resist this hat, 
the oficial Shetland Wool Week hat 2015 

I started it on the train to Trondheim on Friday. 

Continued at breakfast on Saturday

Finished the knitting in the "Koftetog
- Colourwork cardigan parade on Saturday. 

February 14, 2015

New hat pattern - Tuintje

This cute little hat - beanie or beret depending on your taste - is a quick knit in worsted weight yarn (or fingering yarn held double as with the pickles merino tweed). It features a ribbed brim, a flower wreath and if you wish, a contrast coloured crown. 

The price is 25 NOK, just over 3 USD.
Today, and till noon tomorrow (Norwegian time)
you can get 50% off using the coupon code valentine. 
You find the pattern here.

February 3, 2015

"Eventyrlua" - Fairy Tale Hat in English

   The hat "Eventyrlua" has been available in Norwegian for a little while, you can see the Ravelry projects here.

The pattern was inspired by the Fairy Tale Flower mittens, "Eventyrblomster" from the mitten e-book, "Mittens from the Fairy Forest".

It was fun to figure out how to make the brim. 
Using slip stitches, you only work with one colour at a time. 
(Don't look too closely, though, I see a mistake in the colourwork.)

Here's the hat test knitted by Wenche. She chose not to swap main and contrasting colour in the different panels. She even has matching mittens!

Like it? You find it on Ravelry, or you can click the buy now button. 

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