Alphabet Blanket

The Alphabet Blanket was designed so every little angel could have their own little-personalized security blanket.

I wanted something simple, cute and versatile.

But this being a simple design, you could make the blanket not only for your baby but also for your home, or as a housewarming gift.

It’s a simple and fast knit, with basic knitting stitches. Easy for beginners as well.


Happy knitting,



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Day Off Jumper Sweater

This is the perfect jumper for your day off – as the name states. It’s loose, it’s easy and it just goes with everything. Soon it will become your perfect project to knit and the perfect jumper to wear.

It is available only in 2 sizes as it has a construction for a generous positive ease. It is knitted flat basically in one piece, starting from the front bottom and continuing way to the back. Than you sew the sides together (and sleeves) and add up a little to the sleeve, working in the round.

The ideal project for a quiet and relaxing weekend.

Pattern can be found on Ravelry, LoveKnitting and Etsy.

Happy Knitting,



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A Lovers Day

I’ve never been big on Valentine’s Day, but I do enjoy every chance to celebrate love.

Here are a few cards for your special one, be it a lover or a friend.

There are 3 cards available to download for free.




Let me know which one is your favourite.

Happy Valentine’s Day!






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Last minute Pumpkin Detail

Need a last minute pumpkin detail for your Halloween decoration?

I challenge you to crochet the Pumpkin Detail. Easy to make and an endless way of using them. They are perfect for autumn holiday decor, ornaments, garlands, brooches or accents on gifts! And the best of all – it’s a free pattern!

You can download the PDF pattern from my Ravelry store or Love Knitting!

Happy making!


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Embrace the hat season

In my teen years I never used to wear a hat. I preferred either a hood or nothing. Ah, youth!

Now, I can not imagine a cold season without hats and lots of layers.

I made  The Double Brim Classic Hat pattern last year, but I never got around to publish it.

This Double Brim Hat is worked in ribbing which makes it very stretchy, so very versatile for many sizes.

It’s a simple and fast knit, available in 3 sizes. The pattern has no chart or complicated sts. Just the perfect project when you are on the road or watching a movie.

Happy Knitting!


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