You have received a mysterious box with a single ball of yarn, leading you to this website. Nice to meet you!
To show you my abilities as a designer I have bought some of the cheapest yarn available and turned it into something completely different. Let me know what you think and send me your next challenge!
The Devil is in the detail! Make the neckline the show-piece of your garment by knitting little ajour holes along the edge, or choose a very visible decrease stitch. Combine this with a simple knit-purl structure and you have an amazing garment!
Pretty in pink
Small cables will be a very dominant technique in the coming seasons. Even for the spring collection it can be used combined with open lace stitches and in a smaller gauge. This stitch can lift up any basic to an original design.
For the festive season I have added a little glitter to the scene! The yarn itself is twisted, giving even a plain stitch more texture. Perfect for basic styles or combine it with a hint of angora yarn for more exclusive garments.
By dying the yarn only at one end I have created a space dye effect, lifting the yarn from its plain colour. Knitting with this yarn creates a pattern of blue stripes. By using different stitches I have enhanced the pattern where it suited the design.