Red Pockets Dress

RED POCKETS DRESS by boknits design   This airy spring dress is perfect for transitioning into summer. The easy top-down construction, with the yarnovers for extra coolness is quickly knitted up. The dress skims rather than clings to the body for ease of movement. The contrasting collar is very now. You could even go for…

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Slightly Dotty Fair-Isle Cardigan

I’ve been obsessed with fair-isle lately, and this cardigan is one of the results! I’ve used four colors, three grays and one warm off-white, and combined them in six different ways.The name of this cardigan is pretty self-explanatory, right? I love polka dots, and I’ve been wanting to knit a sweater with them for a…

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Pattern: The Matrix Sweater

MATRIX SWEATER by boknits design Matrix fan? Love their ‘decayed’ knits? This sweater with a difference is easy to wear in all kinds of different ways. The easy top-down construction, made with Suzie M.’s contiguous method, is quickly knit up. The drop-stitch darts form the shaping, in a unique new way. Come find out how…

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Seaham Sheer Poncho

This Seaham Sheer Poncho is a light, extremely airy, all seasons addition to your already stylish wardrobe. Born on the breathtaking coast beloved of the poet Byron: “There is pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is society, where none intrudes, By the deep sea, and music in…

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Tuppence A Bag

Spring nesting material for little garden birdies. Just imagine a baby sparrow or robin pecking their way out of an egg into a soft cuddle of cashmere. Garden birds in our bigger cities are getting rarer and rarer. Little sparrows used to flock in huge numbers but are now scarcely seen. Anything we can do…

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Silvija: big lace pattern cardigan

When I saw the yarn named Silvija (50 g/150 m, 70 % wool, 30 % silk), I immediately knew I would like to make a shawl collar cardigan with a big lace pattern. The yarn is rather exotic to find but luckily it can be easily substituted with other yarns.  The pattern comes in three…

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