It’s the sparkliest time of the year: the Indie Design Gift-A-Long on Ravelry started yesterday evening and I’m one of 262 participating indie designers this year! 🎉
I have a lot of knitting desires now that the mojo is back. Especially as I find that knitting a few stitches here and there is much easier when doing knitolire rather than knitflix.
My list of desires (and commitments) is long … and it’s only getting longer as the days go by.
Today is International Rare Disease Day. It’s also the last day to contribute to my donation to l’Écheveau Solidaire by buying the pattern for the Mélusine bonnet.
One of the things I love most about my work as a designer is seeing YOU reinterpret my patterns. Here are a few examples to inspire you the next time you’re looking for a two-tone brioche shawl pattern. — PS: If you’d like to have your photos included in future Jolis Tricots, don’t forget to share them on IG!
I’m always eager to see what a pattern knitted in a different wool and color will look like. With lace and twists all the more so this time. And I love them all! 😍 Which version is your favorite?
This is not a triangular shawl. It has no foam-stitch edging. But I love him with love. I’ve called it Falling Slowly and you can find the pattern on Ravelry.
Clouds and drops go well together, don’t they? While they may not be your best friends when they’re in the sky (or falling on us), I’m pretty sure you’ll love wrapping them around your feet. I’ve called this pattern Soaked to the Skin and it’s available for free on the Knotions website.
One of the things I love most about my work as a designer is seeing YOU reinterpret my patterns. Here are a few examples to inspire you the next time you’re looking for a sock pattern.