Hexie tree quilt

I made this quilt for my mum for her birthday. The quilt is 106×162 cm. Everything is hand-sewn except for the bias binding – but I did make the bias binding myself.

Hexie pillow cover

I made a colourful pillow cover using lots of different fabrics. The pillow pad I used is 30×40 cm. The cover is slightly smaller so the finished pillow looks very plush.

Pengweeno

2 years ago I made a penguno jacket for myself and it is one of my favourite things I ever knitted (after the wedding blanket). West Knit release the children version and it was fun to make it again. I made the size 1-2 year old for a little boy.

Quilted tea cosy

I made a tea cosy loosely following a pattern I found in the newspaper. There is some really fun knitting tea cosy patterns but I wanted to experiment with quilting. The fabrics for the hexagone are from The village haberdashery The 2 sides are quilted with a different quilting patterns. The quilting make the tea…

Cot quilt in blue

I have made the little quilt from the book The Liberty book of home sewing. I have not used Liberty fabrics because that would have been too expensive but my local fabric store as a very nice selection of cotton fabrics that are beautiful and affordable. It was fun to pick a selection a 7…

Red rompers

During the Wool and the gang sales last September, I bought the kit to make the round house rompers in coral crush. I know buying these kits from big company is not the most economical way the knit but I just found this garnement so cute that I could not resist. The kit comes with…

Embroidered advent calendar 2018

Since a couple of year, Martine, a French embroidery teacher, offers an advent calendar to embroider via her website and instagram. Usually she publishes the main pattern on her website a couple of days before the start of December and then publishes one motif every day in December on Instagram as well as the explanation…

Tabular sweater

Last spring I knitted the tabular sweater published in Pompom quarterly issue 23. It was the third projects I have made from this issue after the Fluorite socks and the ephemeris wrap. I was buying way to much knitting magazines but not making much, so I decided to stop and bought myself a subscription to…

Million star shawl

Like last year, Rachel from Rachelsaysyepa organised a Knit along : “tricote la comme Rachel”. During this KAL, you could knit any designs that Rachel had already done and get help if you were stuck. I chose to knit the shawl “Million Stars” from NCL knit. I chose colours that remind me of spring. My…

Postmark socks

I have knitted the socks from issue 24 of Pompom mag. Each pattern from this issue is inspired by a stamp and the socks pattern is inspired by a stamps from Danemark. The chart however has a mistake and I ended up with a row of detached dots at the top of the socks instead…

Fluorite socks

My drawer are started to get full of knitted jumpers but I really enjoy knitted : it is a great way for me to relax. So I needed to find interesting projects that would take time but not as many space in my closet than jumpers. That is how I started knitting socks. I watch…

Ephemeris wrap

I have knitted the ephemeris pattern that was published in the Winter issue of Pompom mag. I have chosen a bright orange wool in contrast with a more subtlety sparkled yarn. The pattern is well explained and it was super interesting to knit as some techniques used in it were new to me !