Truly happy and loving this “Flower Power” Coat
Coat is finally finished. Smiles, it only took me 4 summers to knit up.
Wow… You may say, but being fingering weight, needles 2.25 mm and in a black as you can see for most of the knitting. I really needed good lighting and the best was, sunlight outside in my backyard. Then the challenge of cutting the front open, something we knitters call “Steeking” and picking up stitches to bind the front edge…woha, a little nerve-racking. Only because I already invested that many year of knitting into the coat. Really did not want to muck this part up…Yes perfect all great.
You can see the inside of the coat is just a beautiful as the ousie..smile.
The pattern and yarn are from Christel Seyfarth Shetland Lambswool she has some stunning and beautiful designs.
As I have shortened this jacket I had to modify some areas. So it is not true version of her coat. Therefore I have lots of yarn left. for some other project. Then I still have a foul box of her yarn for another coat of shawl..
Solar Plexus Vest
This seasons newest pattern of mine has been published and shown on front cover of “A Needle Pulling Thread” Magazine.
Available at Chapters in store and at my work place.
Solar Plexus Vest has been designed and created for “KnitswissYarns”
As you can see this pattern has been in the works since last winter and as Summer is almost coming to its end and with Fall-Season just around the corner. This stylish and uniquely knit Solar Plexus Vest will be perfect for a little cooler days at home, in office or for your zen moments ajoga classes.
I truly hope to bring a little sunshine to your Season with my “Solar Plexus Vest” pattern.
Enjoy and happy knitting, let me know how you enjoy this pattern please. At this time only available in magazine and there web site. I’ll post it on Raverly once I am allowed to do so.
Your feedback is always welcomed and with the purchas of any of my patterns just like “Solare Plexus Vest” I too will receive half of the $. This will make it possible to keep on desining special fun unique patterns for You to knit. Thank You.
What to do when you don’t feel like knitting or sewing… Used no pattern for this design..just started to crochet.
I had bought many years back in Switzerland some of the string yarn… now it was time to use it up.
Bought some more of T-Shirt fabric that I cut up…Hope to writ this pattern up shortly for any one that likes to crochet one bag too.
For the handles I used 2 of the same inexpensive Belts that I had extra holes added by a local shoe repair place.
Then just wove the belt straps in to the bag
I have put together a view videos in sections so hopefully this will make it easier to knit Your next Entrelac project too. I have still one more video section to do and that would be:
(Base cast on Triangles Part 1 ….)
by clicking on each section below to view video you’ll get redirected to my YouTub Account.
Right Middle Block squares Part 2
Left Edge Triangle Part 3
Left Middle Block Squares Part 4
Right Edge Triangle Part 5
Finals Edge Cast Off Tringle Part 6
This knitting technic called Entrelac is not as difficult as You may think it is….
I have put a little video together on how to work the block on the right side on how to merge the two sections together….
I will be working on a view more videos in the next view days, that will show you how to Merge the sections together on the purl side. And hopefully also the two triangle section on each side. The last row with all the casting off triangles …..Yes then off to the sleeves and the collar.
So please visit for More Videos to follow soon….and Hope to have pattern available for this Cardi Entrelac Style soon too.
Once again Spring is here and I am so pleased to let you know my newest pattern called
This Shawl has a very special memory for me…
Moments spend on the Rhein River with my Mom and Friends. Just being able to enjoy a week of Peace drifting down on the Excellence Allegra….from Basel to Amsterdam….Beautiful Moments
Allegra Sunset Shawl has been published in the latest “A Needle Pulling Thread” magazine Issue #46. It is available at Chapters / Indigo and at my workplace.
Or if you like you can download the pattern here. It will link you to A Needle Pulling Thread web-sight where You can purchase the pattern only.
By doing this I will get paid 50% of the CAD$5.99…smiles hope You like it as much as I do.