an airy sweater

Mel thinks she’s knitted herself a sweater but Kate has other ideas

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Oa my!

Kate’s favourite outdoor pullover gets an Oa-verhaul

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out of the woods

Outi Kater introduces a wonderful design inspired by Finnish childhood winters and restorative woodland spaces

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the thaw

Rebecca Osborn shares a beautiful design, inspired by her place in the Canadian Arctic

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Lilias Day (in colour)

A colourful sweater, in the snow

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Na Séasúir

Mary O’Shea introduces a glorious circular scarf whose colours turn with her, through the seasons

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Cas

Eimear Earley introduces a gorgeous shawl inspired by the golden age of Irish art

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Green Shoots mittens

A jolly design for January

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Gitchi-Gami

Virginia Sattler-Reimer takes us to her place

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lilias day

Good morning, and happy Friday, everyone! I’ve a new design to show to you – Lilias Day I knitted two pullovers over the festive period, featuring the same Selbu motif. In Orchle, I used the motif as an allover pattern around the bottom of the pullover . . . . . . and in Lilias…

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Orchle

Friday is pattern reveal day, and I have a brand new sweater design to show you! I’m a huge fan of the arched Selbu motifs which are most often traditionally used on gloves and mittens and you’ll see the long-standing influence of these motifs on my design work in hats like Richard the Roundhead, or…

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grey and white

Hello, everyone! Thanks so much for your comments on yesterday’s post (which if you enjoy on-screen knits as much as I do I suggest you go and read!) I want to say an especial thanks to Davina for the link to the top 118 Twin Peaks knits (I personally have a thing for no72, though…

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