Category Archives: Patterns

It’s Here! V-Formation, My First Knitting Pattern (It’s Free!)

V-Formation free sock knitting pattern by Nadja Senoucci

“Was lange währt, wird endlich gut.” That’s what we Germans say. Something that takes a long time will finally turn out well. Or something like that. As per usual expressions like these are hard to translate well. But that is a very fitting expression to use right now. I’ve finally put my very first own pattern on Ravelry. And I can… Read more »

8 Amazing & Free Beginner Sweaters for You to Knit

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Free Beginner Sweaters overview

It’s getting cold, and we all want something warm to bundle up in. Other people might go to the store and buy a cute new sweater. But for us knitters, the first impulse is always to knit one ourselves. You’ve never knit a sweater before and are a beginner? Doesn’t matter, you can knit a sweater! It’s not all that… Read more »

16 Beautiful & Quick Cowls You’ll Have to Knit This Fall

I think it is safe to say that fall is upon us. The trees are changing color, everything looks pretty (I like fall) and the wolflings play with fallen leaves. It gets dark much earlier than before, it’s windy, and it rains a lot. And it’s getting colder. If you haven’t knit yourself a cowl yet, it’s about time! To… Read more »

How to Best Use Patterns and Have More Fun Knitting

As a knitter, you will likely be using knitting patterns a lot. There are those that don’t, but most beginners stick to them. They are a great way of learning how to knit a particular item or garment. But what if you still don’t get a satisfactory finished project? What if the sweater doesn’t fit or has a weird shape?… Read more »

What to Look out for in the New Knitty Deep Fall 2017 – a Review

Review Knitty Deep Fall 2017 - Screenshot taken from Knitty front page

I’m sure most of you have noticed it by now: The new Knitty is out! This is the Deep Fall issue, so we get a lot of patterns suitable for the cooler temperatures. And this is also the 15th-anniversary issue, so all patterns in here should be inspired by something published in the Knitty issues of the last 15 years…. Read more »

Important Things to Know About “Where the Wild Sheep Roam” – a Review

Review Where the Wild Sheep Roam (Screenshot taken from Ravelry)

As you all know I’ve recently completed the Where the Wild Sheep Roam cardigan for Tiny Wolf. I’m still absolutely in love with it and there are many beautiful examples of other finished projects over on Ravelry. If you are anything like me then gazing at beautiful knit items makes you want to knit them yourself. Immediately. Do you feel… Read more »

Why I Bought Interweave Knits Fall 2017 and Loved It

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Interweave Knits Fall 2017 - Astral Road Ruana cover (screenshot taken from Interweave Website)

I used to have an Interweave Knits subscription for a while. There were however so many other publications that interested me more. But then I saw the cover of this issue. And I checked out some of the images on the Interweave website. And I knew I had to pick this one up again. There were simply too many beautiful projects… Read more »

How to Avoid Problems With Your Vacation Knitting

This was the view from the lawn behind our apartment - beautiful Baltic Sea

Are you planning a nice summer getaway? Maybe a little trip to a beach or a lake? And of course you are planning on knitting there but you don’t really know what would make a good vacation knitting project? Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a project (or two or three) and some patterns for… Read more »

How to Avoid Problems with Your Travel Knitting

While traveling you likely won't have much space, so your project should be sized accordingly

So, you are going on vacation and you want to take some travel knitting? But you don’t know what to take? Or what you should consider when choosing a project? In this first part of my two part series on vacationing as a knitter, I’ll tell you about what you may have to think about and add a little bit… Read more »

When you are starting out: 8 fun beginner knitting projects

So, you've decided to be a knitter? You have just learned how to cast on and off and how to knit and purl? And now you're wondering where to go from here? What could you knit? And use when it's done? Which projects would be a fun for beginners to learn and practice their knitting skills with?Here I give you 8 types of fun beginner knitting projects. Blog post via sheepamongwolves.net

So, you’ve decided to be a knitter? You have just learned how to cast on and off and how to knit and purl? And now you’re wondering where to go from here? What could you knit? And use when it’s done? Which projects would be a fun for beginners to learn and practice their knitting skills with?Here I give you… Read more »