Copenhagen Building Blocks
This is a series of six grid patterns for knitted blocks, which can be sewn together into larger panels such as blankets. You can make each of the panels in a variety of colours, but the grids are also designed so that you can mix and match features to create new building blocks.
A beginning; the Pawprint Blankie chart.
The repeat is between the red lines. I did nine repeats on the original, but feel free to do as many as suits your tastes. Pattern instructions: Yarn: roughly 70-75g of worsted weight yarn in two contrasting colors. Needles: size 7, or whichever size is comfortable and produces a solid fabric. I find double-knittng works up a bit more loosely for me than 'plain' knitting, hence going down a needle size. Cast on 50 stitches with both yarns held together. I used long tail, but you can use any…
Winter Wonderland Coat pattern by Michele Rose Orne
Designer Notes: “To add swing to the skirt, I added a side gore that tapered from the hem to the waist at each side. Doing so added at least 12 inches (30.5 cm) to the bottom circumference of the skirt, allowed the edges to meet gracefully at the center front, and added centered cable motifs along each side of the coat.” --Michele Rose Orne
A real head turner! I just loved combining cables and lace in this long jacket. Seed stitch (moss stitch if you’re across the pond) wraps around the bottom, curves up along the front and around the fabulous shawl collar. Construction is straightfoward and from the bottom, and the collar is a continuation of the front edge, shaped with short rows. Lots of nifty cable techniques.
Pitkät pitsisukat syntyvät neulesuunnittelija Merja Ojanperän ohjeella – näin neulot Kevätsäteet-sukat itse
Pitkät pitsisukat lämmittävät varpaiden lisäksi myös sääriä. Katso Kotivinkissä julkaistu Merja Ojanperän Kevätsäteet-sukkamallin ohje!