Work in progress

Work in progress

The summer break is almost over and it’s HOT! And by hot I mean that it’s HOT!

But if you are thinking that I am referring to the weather, you’re mistaken (well, not quite, but… oh). Because I have extremely hot news for you.

All summer long my brain has been on meltdown mode and I barely had the energy to breathe. But apparently it helped hatching some new ideas.

In between almost finishing my #24pairsofsocks challenge and cooling down my brain in the lake close by I came up with a series of beautiful designs that I will share with you in the following weeks.

And not enough with that, I’ll also host a series of grand giveaways with each pattern publication, so that you have something great to look forward to!

I am super excited to be working with serveral makers of beautiful things to present to you for each publiation date! So keep your eyes peeled for more info and make sure to sign up for the newsletter  to be the first one to know about new patterns and giveaways!

What do you think about this one for starters? The Jormungandr mitts (yes, sorry, I’ll explain later) will be the first in a series of 8 patterns inspired by Norse mythology. I’m quite in love with these cables!

Jormungandr mitts knitting pattern
Jormungandr mitts to be released soon! Made from Mumpitz Bamboo – berry

My test knitters are already busy knitting their fingers off and I am far from done with them yet 🙂

But in the meantime I still have to complete 3 more pairs of socks in size 47 for my husband’s advent calendar and hope that we’ll finally get some long promised and much needed rain soon.

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outdoor knitting at my favourite spot

I’ll leave you here with these beautiful socks that all are way too big for my feet (or yours, probably) and whish you all the best for now. So long and happy knitting!

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#24pairsofsocks for my husband’s advent calendar are almost done!

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