A few months back I got an email from Brooklyn Tweed asking me to join their new preview knitter program. The program offered me a chance to pick one pattern from their upcoming Winter ’18 collection before its official launch date, but I couldn’t show anyone what I was knitting or give out any information about … Continue reading KIRIGAMI.
A bit over a month ago I was on a business trip to Helsinki, and as I had a little extra time I decided to do some yarn shopping (my favorite pastime :)). I visited the ever so lovely Snurren lankakauppa which carries many of my favorite yarns. And of course I didn’t come home … Continue reading JULES SOCKS
I have published a new pattern called Marlon hat. It’s named after our new kitten, who napped on my lap most of the time it took to knit the hat. Also the Yarn Collective’s new Hudson Worsted is quite as soft as kittens. My beloved and trusted Skiff hat had already seen its best days … Continue reading MARLON HAT.
There’s a super fun make-along going on at the Fringe Association blog! It’s about the log-cabin technique, but what you want to make with it is totally up to you! And it’s not just about knitting but other crafters are welcome too. I’m trying to conquer my fear of non-symmetry: there’s no point in trying … Continue reading LOG-CABIN KNITTING.
Let me show you the results of my little social collab with We Are Knitters. As I wrote in my previous post, I got a chance to test on of the WAK knitting kits. I chose to knit the Latu cardigan, which turned out even better than I imagined. I’m so happy with the result … Continue reading LATU CARDIGAN // WE ARE KNITTERS
A few weeks ago I got an email from We are knitters asking if I was interested in a little social collaboration with them. I was over the moon happy about this opportunity! It is a privilege to get to work with such a well-known company as WAK. Initially WAK was looking for Swedish knitters … Continue reading WE ARE KNITTERS X LUNAKNIT BLOG.
Herati mittens in the 22nd edition of Pom Pom Quarterly were my first ever magazine published pattern. I was so nervous when submitting my idea for the magazine last spring, thinking I was only going to make a fool out of myself, and 100% sure I would never get picked. But the old truth is, if you don’t … Continue reading HERATI MITTENS.