Monday, August 9, 2010

More New Knitwear Designs from Ysolda...

HTML clipboardYolda's shawl pattern Ishbel was so popular I'm bringing you 11 more of her knitwear designs!
HTML clipboardDamson
Two more shawls, Damson and the capelet Emily. Damson is a pretty, simple little shawl that can also be worn as a scarf. Requiring just one skein of Malabrigo Sock yarn, which is On Sale, its fun to knit and easy to wear.

Emily is worked from side to side and shaped with simple short row wedges, the capelet features a neat integrated I cord edging around the neck and a deep lace and cable pattern around the gently flared bottom edge. Whether at the ball or the supermarket Emily will keep your shoulders warm and add a little fairytale romance to your outfit.
HTML clipboardRipley
Three new hat patterns. Unisex Ripley is a fun, versatile hat with a couple of simple variations on the basic pattern that lead to a completely different style. Sculptural pleats can be worn at the side for a cute vintage style cloche with a girly lace edge.
HTML clipboardIshbel Beret
To match your Ishbel shawl knit her Ishbel Beret this slouchy beret features the same stitch patterns as the Ishbel shawl pattern with decreases worked into the lace pattern on the crown. A foldover hem creates a neat band that gives a stable edge to the lightweight fabric.
HTML clipboardSnapdragon Fingerless Flip-tops
Ysolda's Snapdragon is a cosy tam featuring an allover lattice cable pattern, with petals that grow organically in the center of each open section.

Pair this tam up with the
Snapdragon Flip Tops. These fun and highly practical mittens with flip-tops that will keep your fingers toasty warm but allow them to make a quick escape when you need to unlock the door or button your coat. The cable and petal pattern on the cuffs grows into an elegant motif on the back of the hand that invisibly incorporates the necessary shaping for the thumb.
Snapdragon Beret
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Another stylish and practical beanie and fingerless mitts set is Cairn. Worked in two colors, the interesting textured stitch pattern helps to keep you warm and is simply achieved with slip stitches – meaning that you’re only ever working with a single color per round.

HTML clipboardTiny Shoes
If you have a little one to knit for try one of these adorable designs. Tiny Shoes are worked in fingering weight yarn and are the perfect way to use up your leftover sock yarn and showcase special little buttons.
HTML clipboardMousie
Sweet little Mousie is fun to knit from just a small amount of yarn. Mousie’s knit almost entirely in the round with minimal seaming. The body is worked in one piece, beginning with the charming I-cord tail and ending with the tip of his nose. Mousie is the perfect gift for anyone who needs a mischievous little companion, including yourself.
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Meet Poppy this sweet little doll who would make the perfect gift for any child. Or, if you can’t bear to give her away, she’d love to be friends with you too. Knit seamlessly in the round from the top down Poppy is quick to knit from small amounts of yarn. Instructions are given for her cute mary janes and dress, but dressing her is a great opportunity to get creative.

HTML clipboardNathaniel
And Nathaniel will bring a little woodland whimsy to your home. He’s fun to knit, although he’s made of 2 flat silhouettes with a garter stitch strip between them he’s knit seamlessly in the rnd. Nathaniel is just the right size to be a cozy, functional cushion that also looks wonderful propped on a bed or chair when you’re not squashing him.

All of Ysolda's patterns are sold as PDF downloads with zero shipping fees. To see all of Ysolda's knitwear designs visit my website.

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