Reveenka mittens finished

Thene I was finished with my first mittens I have ever knitted, and there will defiantly be more to come 😉


First mittens finish, presenting Revvenka from Eventyrskogen

I have never knitted mittens before, so when I was so lucky to win a yarn packet with Tumi from Rauma from Frida alias Silkesauen. Frida is also the designer to Reveenka, that is in Votter fra Eventyrskogen and here they are, the first mitten I have knitted. The right mitten to Revvenka 🙂 I used knitting needles 3.5 mm, that is in the limit for me. So need for the future, to knit with smaller needles. Even so, I love to knit with Rauma’s Tumi yarn 50%wool&alpakka.


Wristlets pattern for November

For November, I choosed Sokkelo funny and very easy braid pattern.

The first one I knitted with HK Joy yarn, I misread the pattern. So they ended up a little bit different, then the original. What I learned from that, was that I did not thought it was nice with just knitted inside.

Here they are with my turn of Sokkelo:

and here they are knitted with Jojoland Quartette, color 504, this yarn is discounted. I also made theme here different, knitted braid inside and ended with i-cord on the top.

2nd couple of Augusta wristlets

Finished with my 2nd pattern of Augusta wristlets, this time as the original pattern say with thumbs 😉 I don’t know what yarn it is, but I liked it with how the colors turned up. Sine it is pretty thin, I made theme with 60 st. instead of the standard 50, this way it is a size S.

Baby booties

A friend of mine got a baby girl, so what better to find some of my own handspun angora yarn to knit a couple of baby booties 😉 I love to use Christine’s stay on baby booties, because I get the feedback, that they are actually staying on the babies feet 🙂

Christine’ stay on baby booties, knitted with handspun angora yarn

Uformelt’s pulsvarmeralong/wristletsalong

At Uformelt one of the Norwegian online knitting forum, I run a wristlet along (pulsvarmeralong). One of the pattern for October is Augusta and here is mine, knitted from handspun shetland/merino yarn 🙂