Prabal Gurung Fall 2013

Check out these two knit beauties from the Prabal Gurung Fall 2013 RTW show!

I must admit, though, that I cannot imagine in what kind of weather a bulky sweater with cut-outs at the hips would be appropriate 🙂

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Luster Shawl

I am happy to announce the release of Luster Shawl! I designed this shawl because I wanted something warm and cozy to wear over the soulders or as a scarf during winter. The simple lace pattern and the stripes makes a very enjoyable knit. Detailed information can be found here.

I loved working with Madeline Tosh tosh chunky for this! Besides being soft and cushy, the yarn is also tightly spun, which makes it perfect for a lace project.

Waffle socks

Temperature has been horribly cold this week, with felt air temperature reaching below -40°C, that I just needed to cuddle on the couch with some warm, very warm yarn! I picked up a mostly abandoned project, Waffle socks.


The stitch is simple but cozy, and the yarn (Berroco Ultra Alpaca Fine) has just the right amount of roughness. Chances are I won’t finish both socks before next winter (I’m very slow at knitting socks!), but in the meantime the promise of toasty feets is enough to keep my motivation high.