Author Archives: Linda Marveng

New Design: Nemetona

I am thrilled to show you my new design Nemetona, knitted in the divine The Fibre Co. Cumbria, that I chose as part of my payment for designing Stonethwaite for them. Nemetona and four new designs for Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk, plus returned designs … Continue reading

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Merino Vest Wrap Pattern Released

Merino Vest Wrap is an old design made for my knitting book, published in 2012. I wanted some new photos for it so I included the garment in the photoshoot we had at Villa Malla in May. Photographer Eivind Røhne brilliantly captured … Continue reading

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O-Chem Tunic in Interweave Knits Winter 2019

I am so thrilled to have my design O-Chem Tunic in Interweave Knits Winter 2019. It was yet another design submission that was accepted by editor Meghan Babin. Yes, this is the Science Issue, hence the name O-Chem Tunic. In the intro, … Continue reading

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Making Things App

Several months back, I was approached by Making Things App on Instagram and asked if I wanted to be a designer on a new app, where knitters will pay a monthly subscription fee to be able to access my patterns … Continue reading

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Ataraxia in Pom Pom Quarterly Winter 2018

I was beyond excited when I received an e-mail from Meghan Fernandes, co-founder of Pom Pom Quarterly, commissioning me to make a submission for the Winter 2018 issue with guest editor Norah Gaughan. Norah is the famous cable expert, who I … Continue reading

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Strikkehelgen in Stavanger 2018

Last weekend I was back in Stavanger for the Knitting Weekend, organised by Strikk og Drikk/Knit and Drink! The autumn weather could not have been any better, crisp with hardly a cloud on the sky. Just as last year I … Continue reading

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Postcard from Røros

Visiting Røros felt like travelling back in time to a different century and yet, people were living in nearly all of these old wooden houses dating back to the 17th century. Røros mining town was founded in 1644, built entirely … Continue reading

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Strikkeweekend at Røros

Røros, is one of the places in Norway, I have wanted to visit for quite a long time, so I was very excited when Marit Larsen founder of Explore Travel asked if I would be interested in holding workshops and talks at a … Continue reading

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Vaga Knitted by Nivine

I know you have seen several versions of Vaga already, but it was such a thrill to see so many gorgeous versions appear on Ravelry during the test knitting, so I have to show you a few more. Meet Nivine, who … Continue reading

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Vaga Knitted by Barbara and Dagmar

Meet Barbara and her mother Dagmar, both have test knitted Vaga for me. Both choose finer yarns and added one or two repeats of the center Herringbone cable. Barbara knitted hers in Artesano Definition in the shade Denim (a discontinued yarn), … Continue reading

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