Priya baby cardigan is a cute, little cardigan with muted lace down the fronts. This uses the same lace pattern featured in Priti Dress.
Priya cardigan is knit from the top down in one piece, along with the button bands. The simple lace stitch pattern is easy to memorize and knit. The sample sweater is knit using Quince Tern in color Buoy. This sweater is knit by my friend and a knitter par excellence, Kavitha of Craftdoodling Designs
Priya is one of the four patterns from Quince Fledgling collection. Don’t miss the cute colorwork pattern and the rich textured blankets!
Priya is available as an individual pattern and can also be bought as a collection. Pattern and collection available on Ravelry and Quince website.
Varna Shawl is released as part of Knotions December 2019 issue. Knit using one skein of Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball in Frische colorway and two skeins of Knit Picks Stroll in Ash colorway. Shawl is knit using mosaic colorwork technique, in which you work with only one color every row.
Varna, ‘color’ in Sanskrit, is a celebration of variegated yarn with long repeats. Paired with a neutral, solid colored yarn, the shawl lets the variegated yarn be the hero, while the solid yarn remains the unsung one.
The Varna Shawl is knit from one corner to the other edge, starting with few stitches in a row and gradually increasing on one side, to get the tapered triangular shape. It uses mosaic knitting, in which every row is worked with only one color, making the Varna Shawl a mindless and enjoyable knit.
Sindhu Shawl is released as part of April 2019 issue of Knotions. Knit using two skeins of Malabrigo Silkpaca Yarn in gorgeous Pearl and Fucisa colorway, this shawl is a mindless, yet interesting knit.
Sindhu is one of the longest rivers in India, originating in the icy hills in the north and flowing south to finally merge into the Arabian sea. During her journey, Sindhu witnesses different terrains, including icy hills, rocky mountains, lush greenery and smooth sand.
Sindhu Shawl is an attempt to capture these interesting terrains. The shawl starts off with a mindless garter stitch which then transforms into garter stripes and the finale is akin to a musical crescendo – a pretty lace stitch pattern.