Author Archives: Linda Marveng

New Design: Sirona

Sirona is Celtic for Star Goddess, the name for this fitted pullover with an intricate central cable surrounded with smaller cables and seed stitch. The round neckline needed a crown and was given an I-cord bind off decoration. Sirona is … Continue reading

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Wilma Lind Next Chapter

Author, “Åsted Norge/Crime Scene Norway” television presenter and former Police Inspector Hanne Kristin Rohde has just published her new Wilma Lind crime in Norwegian, the fourth in the series. Hanne Kristin has sold more than 250 000 books in Norway but … Continue reading

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New Design: Vaga

I am delighted to show you another new design. Vaga, named after the Celtic Goddess of the River Wye is this pullover with cables that runs over the body and sleeves. A saddle shoulder allows the swing cable to continue … Continue reading

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Iglu Knitted by Beth

Now, look at this fantastic fade project. This is Beth, aka yarnbeth, living in South Carolina in the US and her test knit version of my design Iglu. She made a swatch with her fade options from her stash and … Continue reading

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New Design: Ogma

I have been following the popular Fade movement in knitting and wanted to have a go myself. Now, which yarn should I use I pondered before I had the epiphany to ask Shireen Nadir of The Blue Brick since she had … Continue reading

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Donia Pattern Released

Seven test knitters have completed their versions of my favourite poncho, Donia. It has been wonderful to see the garment knitted in different colours, with and without sleeves, with a pocket, with a different colour on the cable parts and … Continue reading

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Ena Knitted by Siret

Siret took part in the test knit of Ena and chose to make it in another yarn from The Fibre Co. than the one I used in the sample; Cumbria Fingering as opposed to Acadia. She made size Medium and shortened it with … Continue reading

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Ena Pattern Released

Orange Storm is the name of this divine shade in Acadia, a luxurious yarn mixture made of merino wool, alpaca and with silk noil from The Fibre Co. I was smitten and had to order it. Ena is the jacket I … Continue reading

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Melva Knitted by Barbara

I want to show you the Melva pullover Barbara, from Vienna, knitted in the divine Wollmeise Pure 100% Merino Superwash in the hand dyed shade “Dunkle kirsche” in size Large. Barbara took part in the test knit and helped me correct and … Continue reading

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Wool Studio Book

I was so pleasantly surprised to discover my Wool Studio design – Brewster Cardigan – in a printed book, called Wool Studio: The knit.wear Capsule Collection by Meghan Babin, published by Interweave Press, on Instagram. I was tagged and instantly recognised the … Continue reading

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