As mentioned in the previous post, I am offering all the patterns I published last year for £10 until the 6th January. They are available on Ravelry and you don’t need a coupon code. Once you add all the patterns to the shopping card the discount will be applied automatically at check out.
I thought it might be nice to take this post to ‘introduce’ the patterns so you know what you will get.
Cantuccio Hat and Cowl
Two-coloured cowl available in two sizes and a matching hat in three sizes (including for children) with a mosaic chevron pattern. The two-coloured chevron pattern is achieved by slipping stitches and only working one colour at a time which makes it easier than stranded colourwork and a great introduction to working with more than one colour at the time. Both patterns are knitted in the round. The cowl also features a garter stitch border.
Cozy fingerless mitts with a folded over cuff. Available in 3 sizes. A garter stitch pattern creates two triangles meeting in the middle of the mitts resulting in a slightly drawn up front of the mitts, creating a beautiful arch.
Crispin is a hat with a folded brim that is very stretchy and fits nearly everyone. The slip stitch and purl zig zag pattern make this an interesting knit. Ideal for beginners.
Quilo is a warm triangle shawl with a cable panel at the centre and garter stitch sides. Using 4 mm/ US 6 needles creates a dense yet stretchy fabric that will keep you very warm during cold winter days. Increases are made at the outside and along the centre panel. As a result, there is no tip at the bottom of the triangle, making this an unusual triangle shawl.
Super quick and easy mittens with a small colourwork detail. The colourblock mittens have a two-row colour change detail which uses both colours at the same time which makes this a good first project to try standed colourwork. It is super easy to knit and perfect for beginners. It is available in five sizes including three for children (baby, toddler (2-5 years) and child (5-12 years) and two for adults. With the exception of the baby size, all mittens have thumbs.