My grand-ma taught me knitting when I was 10, but as I was a very good student, I became too good for her. Then, when I was in hight school, I took classes to the LYS. It was not in fashion to knit ...
My grand-ma taught me knitting when I was 10, but as I was a very good student, I became too good for her. Then, when I was in hight school, I took classes to the LYS. It was not in fashion to knit at that time and pattern were old fashion style. I'm so happy that it's now in fashion and that internet is just wave of freshnss for this craft! I have a fashion degree and creating is just natural for me. I'am very happy, because my job in now completly dedicated to designing for A la maille suivante(my business), online and print magazines and teaching knitting at my LYS, Tricotine et cieView all patterns by designer (28) »
Warm wind for cold winter...here is Rafales. Inspired from cold winter snowy winds, this beanie can be made fitted of slouch(perfect for long hair :) worked in the round while stretching stitches by slipping them. It makes vertical gathering, remembering gust of wind, called Rafales in
french. Et voila!
*Note: If you want to knit it for kids, use smaller needles and yarn (ex: 3,5mm and 5mm needle with a sport size yarn)
***Patern is french AND english
15sts x 23rows dor 10cm(4") with 5.5mm needle
200 meters of Worsted weight