Who doesn't need a little queer-wear? Ok, we're rolling our eyes at that too, but these little pride mitts are super cute and we hope they bring you joy.
Knitworthy is back!
The collection features 8 patterns intended to make good gifts for everyone on your knitworthy list (life’s too short to knit for anyone who doesn’t love what you make). You will recieve the first pattern on 3 September and each of the remaining patterns will arrive as a surprise in your inbox every fortnight. Patterns will initially only be available in the collection. Patterns from the collection will be sold individually on the 17th of December.
Pattern release schedule
Make the most of a single skein of a luxurious yarn. The Poza cowl is worked in the round from the bottom up with gentle shaping to taper it towards the neck.
A rather rugged shawl for wearing on daring adventures, or your daily commute.
An easy, fun ribbed hat that’s very wearable. One strand of yarn is used with smaller needles for a neat ribbed band. A second colour is then added and the two are knit together on much larger needles in a simple slipped stitch rib pattern that’s wonderfully warm and lofty.
Deeply textured cowl to keep your neck warm on windy days.
I love hand-knit slippers, and so many people appreciate receiving them as a gift, but I do not love darning and I definitely do not love having my gift returned to me to fix. When designing these I wanted to make something that would look cute, and be comfortable, but sturdiness was top of my list. I achieved that by holding multiple strands of a tough yarn together and working at a tight gauge. The yarn is a tightly spun, traditional Norwegian stocking / boot sock yarn that’s perfect for slippers.
Everyone needs a cabled hat and this one combines classic looks with fun to work crown shaping and bobbles.
A slightly slouchy beanie that combines patterns inspired by Nordic round yoked sweaters and the crowns of fair isle tams.