This is a very nice casual spring tunic. I really like the tuck pattern I chose for it. The yarn I used is a 50% acrylic and 50% viscose, in 2 strands because it is very thin. Also, you must admit that this turquoise is simply wonderful. I love it.
This tunic can be worn with leggins, jeans and even skirts. You can use a belt or not :).
In the picture, I wear size S 34. Continue reading
I simply love this skirt, the color, the shape, the stitch pattern. It was wonderful to knit with this lovely red mercerized cotton yarn.
To be able to knit this pattern you need a standard (4.5mm) knitting machine and ribber. You need to know how to knit Double Rib and Tuck. This is a Tuck Rib pattern.
In the pdf, I provide instructions for Continue reading
This skirt was knitted upside down from 2 identical panels, starting with the K1 P1 Rib for the waist hem, then the stitch pattern (tuck) and ending with the bottom, again K1 P1 Rib.
I used 4 strands of very thin purple mercerized yarn.
This pattern is for standard knitting Continue reading
This is the first cardigan I designed and knitted and I must admit that I really like how it turned out. The color I chose is a neutral one and it makes this cardigan easy to match with different colors. I really love this tuck stitch pattern. At the beginning I wanted to use 6 buttons but then I thought that with only 2 buttons would look much better and I wasn’t wrong :). Continue reading
This casual green sweater pattern provides instructions for S, M, L, XL sizes on standard knitting machine. The one in the picture is size S. This sweater is knitted only on the main bed, the pattern is a tuck stitch pattern and the neckband is mockrib. I used 1 strand of mercerized cotton yarn Nm 2/10.
When you order this pattern you download it in pdf format right after the purchase. Continue reading