Hi, a new pattern or rather a new version of Vanten Blad called Veronika Mittens is available.
This is a staple piece when is comes to winter accessories in our house. Simple yet elegant and so durable in the right yarn. My first green pair knit in Ullcentrum 2 trådiga have been keeping me warm in rain and snow, cycling and pushing swings for about 5 winters now and they are still in perfect condition. I didn’t even steam them before the photoshoot (I should have but forgot). It’s incredible I don’t think I can say the same for any other pair of mittens I have ever had.
The changes are mainly a new version with a basic ribbed cuff instead of the patterned cuff and more sizes from tiny to huge. I hope that you enjoy it, If you already own the pattern you should have gotten the update otherwise you can use your old personal link to download the new version.
Kaprifol Leggings a new knitting pattern for winter leggings or trousers sized from premature – 10 years. We love them and the kiddo has been wearing hers striate out of the wash for the past couple of months now. The smalest size is the size that our little premature had when we got to bring her home with home care and started using clothes as a small 35 week baby one year ago. The Leggings are a a little thicker than usual and suitable for colder weather, rather quick to knit due to the gauge and simple construction.
Asklöv hat is finally ready and rereleased and you can find it in my shop. I’m so happy to be able to work a little bit agin and there are a few more pattern in progress and hopefully reaching you in the coming months. Working with a little one at home is definitely different but we are starting to get in to a new routine, this far it is getting easier and easier, and I love this that I can stay home with her for as long as we want and still work in the evenings without even leaving home.
Asklöv was originally published in Pompom last year and there are hundreds of beautiful hats out there already you can see Instagram for inspiration, the response for this pattern has been amazing and as the pattern is mine agin and finally a part of my collection I hope you like it.
The last of the tussilago baby accessories patterns is finally released and I think this might be my favorite of the three even if I think they all look best together. Tussilago hat is a helmet style earflap hat in the size range from preemie to 49 cm head circumference and is intended to work for children 0-2 years just as Tussilago mittens and scarf.
This was a brith and wonderful day and it always feels like a treat to work with this model, he so happy and adorable with his curly hair just like his mom. I knit all of these in Isager Alpaca 2 in a beautiful natural grey, I think that this makes the perfect set all knit in the same yarn and you can of course use a many different yarns for the patterns, this one it available locally to me and I live the depth in the colour and the lightness of the yarn.
New patterns! The new Tussilago Baby Collection is available for pre-order. You will recieve the Mittens pattern right away and the Scarf and Hat within a couple of weeks. As a special release offer you can get the entire collection for the price of one pattern until Friday October 7. I really hope that you will enjoy these patterns as much as I do.They are quick to knit and simple, but with a flair of elegance that makes them just as pretty as easy to make.
Continuing on the knitting small stuff I made a Blåbär Waistcoat in size 56, the newborn size, this one is made in some leftover Drops Alpaca that I used for socks several years ago when my mother in law asked if I maybe could make her a pair of soft wool socks for christmas. The socks have been worn out a long time ago but the leftovers were quite substantial so I thought that it could make a nice and warm tiny Waistcoat. I absolutely love this charcoal gray but choosing buttons has proven difficult. Wood and silver both look great but what will be the most stylish option and coordinate best with the rest of the outfit?
So I’m stuck in indecision and hope that my mind will clear a little by the time I have finished sewing in the size label.
As you probably know by now I love knitting and designing children’s wear and in doing so I have accumulated a bit of children’s wear. All of it use to live in my bridal chest, which was never used as a bridal chest but that is what we call big beautiful wooden chests here. Any way it has become a little full, almost overflowing all in a mishmash of colors and sizes. I realized that I had no idea of which sizes that where provided for and which were missed, so a few weeks back I ordered size labels and started measuring everything to determined the size and sewing in labels. I also realized that although I love the individual pieces, I’m the kind of person that really prefer a colour coordinated wardrobe and style matters to me. Even if this never will be my wardrobe it will be my future child’s wardrobe and I do care, maybe a little too much, and therefore I have decided to try and coordinate future makes within each size to try and make everything go together from now on. As I always say the first thing in trying to coordinate makes is to design on a color theme and I decided to go with gray, mustard and a tiny bit of white, navy and rust for all future 0-1 years items.
This photo below shows all the piles from the size organisation effort. I have surprisingly managed to spread the makes pretty well over the different sizes, these are newborn – 4 years.
I have had a bit of health troubles lately and have finally got back a little strength and motivation again and been able to knit a little. Thinking small is a big thing right now as I can’t go on for the same amount of time as I used to but I will get back there and start making sweaters sometime, but in the mean time I have been knitting on a few baby projects and I thought you might be interested in seeing them.
First up it’s this vanilla soaker that I knit in naturally white, Visjö from Östergötlands ullspinneri. It was a quick knit and a pretty straight forward pattern when you figured out which part of it that is relevant, it is a very long pattern giving instructions for several sizes and gauges.
It is so rewarding knitting for young children as it goes so much quicker and even if the time is limited, progress is visible and things actually get finished.
I have no idea about the fit as I don’t have a child in the right size at home, but the pattern is easy enough to follow and I think the fit is alright and therefore recommend the pattern if you are thinking about making some soakers.
I’m finally well enough to work a bit again, after a month of quite horrible exhaustion and stomach ache, it was never anything serious but the effects were quite extensive anyway. So now that I’m back I finally edited the photos from the blåbär waistcoat photo shoot over a month ago.
This is my friend’s awesome kid wearing Blåbär waistcoat knitted in Organic Knitters Alpacka and a prototype for a trouser pattern I hope to release this autumn. The only issue we had this day was that she really wanted to keep the waistcoat.