I’m looking for quick and reliable test knitters to work with me on my Narwhal pullover pattern. The deadline for the test knit is June 30th. If you wish to be part of this test knit please send me a message saying which size you want to knit by email at lunaknitblog (at) gmail.com. You can see … Continue reading NARWHAL. CALL FOR TEST KNITTERS.
The story of the Narwhal pullover started back in 2016. Karen Templer from the Fringe Association blog started a top-down pullover KAL (knit along), where all the participants improvised their own pullovers, knitted from top downwards, of course. I had fallen in love with this beautiful cable pattern after seeing it on Pinterest and desperately … Continue reading NARWHAL.
I have now added two new videos on YouTube. In the first one I’m talking about the Artemis socks design and my collaboration with Annabel Williams (as well as showing a spring hat I knitted and a cowl I’m working on), and in the second one I’m showing how to knit all the cables you … Continue reading ARTEMIS SOCKS ON YOUTUBE.
Last November Annabel approached me with a collaboration idea. She dyes yarn with natural dyes such as avocado and madder, and she wanted me to try some of her sock yarn kits. I had been playing with a new sock design idea in my head, so I asked her if she liked the idea of … Continue reading ARTEMIS SOCKS.
The pattern for the More Honey hat is now available, and you can get your copy via Loveknitting.com or Ravelry. I have also started my own YouTube channel and made a little video to show the techniques you need to make the hat, including casting on and joining in a round, knitting cables without a … Continue reading MORE HONEY HAT PATTERN.
One of my first ever patterns was the Honey cap. I self-published the original pattern almost 4 years ago on my old blog and remember being so proud of it. I still am, actually, but ever since its release there have been a couple of things that have been bugging me. The biggest of those … Continue reading MORE HONEY HAT.
A few months ago I got a chance to test Gregoria Fibers’s sock kits, and I must say, it was love at first sight. The yarn is incredibly soft to touch and also has a beautiful sheen that reminds me of silk. It is very luxurious and beautiful, and I was so happy to knit … Continue reading APOLLO SOCKS.