This lovely tunic dress is knitted in a warm and cozy nude color cotton yarn, very very thin. I used 1 strand only because I wanted a gossamer dress tunic I could wear over leggins or large pants and tank tops (like in the photo) or over a simple dress made from cotton (day time) or silk (evening time). When I created this, I imagined a nude color silk dress with this tunic dress on top of it. Continue reading
This is a large nude color blouse for S & M sizes. I used a warm and beautiful nude color cotton, in 3 strands of very thin yarn. I made it on my standard knitting machine, using the ribber for welt, sleeve and neck bands.
I love wearing this blouse with leggins and tanks under it, accessorizing it with earrings and bracelets. It’s a very comfortable and trendy blouse. Continue reading
I am so happy about how this sleeveless green three-quarter-length dress turned out, beautiful, feminine and feeling nice on my skin. I made it on my standard knitting machine and ribber (this is a tuck rib pattern) and I used a very thin and beautiful green combed cotton yarn in 2 strands. It is made for myself, so the pattern shows size S only.
When you buy it, you will find a pdf file explaining the pattern in details. Continue reading
I simply love this mid-length skirt, it is so feminine, simple but chic. It has some ruffles at the bottom. The yarn I used is a very thin one (Nm 1/15) in 2 threads, a very warm light orange cotton yarn that was a pleasure to knit with. The skirt is knitted in one piece, sideway, on my standard knitting machine using only the main bed. I knitted it for myself (size S) so the instructions are for size S, but you can continue knitting if you are a bigger size. I provide this standard machine knitting pattern for free and you can download it right away. Continue reading
This is a simple but chic sweater tunic (size S) knitted using a very warm nude color cotton yarn, thinner than Nm 1/15. The cones did not have any tag on them so I made a comparison with other cones which have. It is knitted with my sk840 standard knitting machine and I used the ribber for the welt. Both face and back are the same. I did not make any neck or arm band because I just love it the way it is without. Sometimes less is more :). This is a free machine knitting pattern ready for download right now. Continue reading