Time for another pattern release: *Starbuck*!
My first sweater design, but oh how I love it!
It’s a relatively simple sweater, worked top down, without any seams. I’ve used the contiguous method for the shoulder & sleeve shaping, a method which at the moment is my preferred one for sweaters. I love the effect of the silver colored DK weight yarn together with the fingering weight black yarn on bigger needles – it makes the sweater cozy, slouchy if I want it, but it could also be worn more fitted!
See the Ravelry pattern page for Starbuck here, or
I have just released a new pattern, called Squishy Short Rows. It is a cowl worked on big needles with any weight of yarn – my initial sample was in lace weight, the second in worsted weight. My testers have tried different yarn weights, and it all comes out fantastic!
I have made my versions in a color changing yarn and in different colors, to show off the construction better. It is of course possible to knit it in one color only – it will show off hand dyed or handspun yarns beautifully!
For more information, check out my personal blog, or the Ravelry pattern page, where the pattern is for sale.
I have now added a list of available patterns designed by me or for Knitter’s Kitchen – you will be able to find them here or in the above menu!
Most of them are free, but I am adding all patterns that are for sale also, to give a full overview. There are links to the original blog post about the pattern, to the Ravelry pattern page and a download or buy no link.
Enjoy – and let me know what you’ve created! :)