May 19, 2015

Episode Seventeen


Find me on Ravelry and Instagram as mmontzka!

Tag your pictures of my designs or what you're knitting while watching the podcast with #stitchedinsweden so I can see them on Instagram!

Lattice shawl now available on Ravelry!

Swedish Spring Shawl is now available for download on Ravelry :) I've added an additional chart that you can download now if you would like to extend the lace edge for another repeat.

This week in Stockholm (and acquisitions) 

  • Join the shawl KAL on Ravelry :) We will be knitting Lattice and Swedish Spring Shawls. The KAL will run from May 1st - June 5th. Check out Ravelry for more information. Use the #SpringLatticeKAL to follow along :)
  • Swap package from Mina!

  • Drops Baby Alpaca Silk in color 1760 and 4088

Works in Progress

Technique Tip

How to do a smooth bias bind off. Check out this tutorial and pictures by Cocoknits. This is a great way to get a smooth neckline


Lisa from New Zealand asks:
I notice that you knit your shawls, scarves, socks and mittens etc (smalls) in neutral colours and your larger items sweaters and tops etc in brighter colours. Is that true or a reflection on the seasons/where you live/just a coincidence of what you have been doing recently?
I’m a new knitter and very keen (at this stage) to knit items in colours I will actually wear (a lot) vs colours that look so pretty to knit but not in my comfort zone for clothing.

Have a question? Ask! I'm happy to answer questions in the show.

See you next week!

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