PATTERNS

I am a knitter who designs knitwear during my very little free time. I focus mainly on my son, to design for him with elements that he likes, depending on his age and mood. I also occasionally release patterns for adult cardigans and shawls. I like to keep my designs simple, yet interesting. I use classic shapes like raglan and circular yokes, but try to add my own twist to it, for example Texo has a cabled pouch, whereas Hira has beaded lattice stitch.

Take a look at some of the patterns I have released so far. You can get more details about a design by clicking on either the pattern name or the image.

Aviva

Aviva, Hebrew word for springtime, is a lacy spring cardigan. The elegant lacy body is accentuated by German rib collars and hems. Aran weight yarn combined with a simple 2row repeat of lace pattern makes this cardigan a quick knit.

Aviva has a very different construction. The back is knitted up and the neck stitches are bound off. The two fronts are knitted separately and then seamed to the back. Collar is knib by picking up stitches along the fronts and the neck.

Penstemon

Penstemon is a crescent shaped shawl worked from the bottom up, starting from the lace edge. It is shaped into a crescent shape using short rows. The bottom part of the shawl with its bell shaped lace led to the name Penstemon.

Texo Pullover

A modern take on the classic crewneck pullover with attractive cables on the pouch. This pullover is knit top-down with raglan sleeves. Uses DK weight yarn and is seamless.

Texo Shawl

Texo

© Quince & Co.

A textured, triangle shawl worked from the top down. This shawl features alternate panels of stockinette and cable, adding a very interesting texture to the shawl.

Grown-up Hira

A feminine and elegant cardigan knit top-down using sportweight yarn. The collar has features lattice stitch which can be worked with beads to add a bit of jazz to the cardigan.

As Sweet As Honey Baby Blanket

This baby blanket sprang from the desire to knit something original and special for my baby. The honeycomb stitch pattern adds an interesting texture to the blanket and the seed stitch border compliments it well.

Hira

This is the child version of the Grown-up Hira. The same stitch pattern with beads is featured on the collar. Perfect for layering to have a bit of warmth without bothering the child’s activities.

Punto Cowl and Hat

Punto, dot in Spanish, is the stitch pattern used to get the stained glass effect. variegated yarn is a great choice as the color pool gets broken by the main color yarn.

Punto Shawl

Punto Shawl complements Punto Hat and Cowl as it uses the same stitch pattern. This shawl is knit sideways, starting from one point, increasing stitch count halfway through and decreasing till the other end. The wedges are shaped using short rows.

Just Hatched Cardigan

A quick knit cardigan using worsted weight yarn. It is knit top-down using raglan sleeves and features a nubby ringlet stitch down the button bands and sleeves.

Just Hatched Blanket

This blanket is meant to go with the Just Hatched Cardigan, with the same nubby ringlet stitch used in sections along with stockinette stitch. This blanket is made center-out, so is very easy to customize.

Tanvi Cardigan

Tanvi is a delicate, lacey cardigan for little girls. The cardigan is knit from the top down, with a plain, circular yoke and a lacey body. The cap sleeves and the lacey body make this cardigan a great accessory for summer.

Dyvest

A very handsome vest for little men with an attractive cable vest running down the chest. The staghorn cable splits at the neck into half-cables which give the vest a very neat look.

Filo

Filo is an ideal last minute gift for a child. The fingerless mittens keep the child’s hands warm without hindering their activities. This pair requires very little yarn, so bust your stash and use up all the sock yarn.

Entropy Vest

A free pattern published with Petite Purls. The vest features a simple, yet attractive argyle blocks placed off-center to give it a modern look. This is an ideal project for beginner-colorwork knitters as the chart is just a few rows.

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