Category: finished 2019

  • FO: Humla cardigan

    Modeled photos of upcoming design Humla! Plenty of room to grow for my 10 week old girl! 

  • FO: Baby quilt

    Happy new year! I look forward to what 2020 has to bring! 💚 Here; Quilted floor blanket that I made for my girl while pregnant. Stash fabric in yellow and green. Stashing up on second hand bed linen is great!

  • FO:Bonnet for K

    Another Christmas gift! Using the very last of the purple yarn to make a matching adult size bonnet for G’s mother! Yarn used: Drops Eskimo in white, Drops Air and Järbo Naturgarn Nr1 in pink/purple. I especially like how the pom-pom turned out!

  • FO: Bonnet for G

    Result of stash bust. Turned out great! The four year old recipient seemed to approve very much! 🙂💕 Same improvised model as the one I made for my boy.

  • FO: Scrappy vest for T

    Another knitting success! This vest is T’s current favourite. Magic ball, yarn simply knotted together – not visible in the final fabric. Awesome, in other words. Improvised from the top down. Cryptic notes for a 3-4 year size can be found on my project page.

  • Flower cardigan + Selma

    Keeping this sleeping baby warm and cozy: Flower cardigan!

  • Behind the scenes

  • FO: Humla baby cardi

    Nästa nya design kallar jag för Humla! En liten kofta med öppen front, med detaljer i rätstickning och samma spetsmönster som Pärla. Snabbstickat i tjockare garn, här Malabrigo Mecha i färgen Dewberry. My next new design I’m calling Humla, Swedish for bumblebee. A wee open front cardigan in bulky yarn, with garter stitch details and…

  • New pattern: Pärla baby shrug

    Yay! My new design Pärla has been test knitted and is now published on Ravelry. Sizes range from 3-6 months to 6 years. The shrug is worked up in bulky weight yarn – I’ve used Malabrigo Mecha. My wee girl is doing her modeling debute at 10 weeks old. She’s a natural! Ravelry pageLanguages available:…

  • FO: Pipsy hollow baby bonnet

    Super quick, super cute! Drops Eskimo used – the yarn is a bit rough for my taste, but stash busting we are! 🙂 Free pattern: Pipsy Hollow bonnet.