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Expedition hat

Expedition hat

Here’s a little hat I knitted when I couldn’t sleep. Simple, therefore, and very fast to execute. It is perfect as a last minute project before an expedition in the forest. Size: 18 to 24’’ (46 to 61 cm) around head. Yarn: Valley Yarns, Northampton […]

Extensibles Socks for everyone

Extensibles Socks for everyone

When knitting socks for babies and kids, we want two things: socks that stay on, and socks that will fit for at least a couple of months. I use ribbing in this pattern to create the perfect socks. My baby – who really likes to […]

Picot edging

Picot edging

Now that I have knitted a Bébéguin with an i-cord edging and one Bébéguin with a ribbing edging, I decided to knit one with a picot edging, for my little girl who refuse to wear the wool hat his brother wore when he was her […]

Canola Socks

Canola Socks

I wanted a pair of socks with a simple stitch pattern to showcase a nice plain yarn. So I created the Canola Socks: women socks with, on the front of the foot, a pattern created by mini cables of two stitches (if you have never […]

I-cord bind-off

I-cord bind-off

The i-cord bind-off is based on the i-cord technique. It’s a great way to bind-off your stitches because it’s pretty and it keep the edge from rolling. You may work your bind-off with a contrasting color, or not.  If you choose a contrasting color, you […]

Picotin : baby mittens

Picotin : baby mittens

Sometimes, we realize that we need baby mittens asap because fall is coming faster than we though. That’s why I created this easy and fast to knit pattern.   Sizes: 0-3 months (3-6 months) Yarn: 40 (60) m of Aran wool (I used CASA by […]

Bébéguin

Bébéguin

Are you one of those who don’t like to knit a swatch? I am! Wouldn’t it be nice to buy yarn, choose needles and start knitting a project right away? That was my challenge when I designed this pattern. You start to knit from the […]