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Transformer Hat

Hello everyone,
Today I’d like to share my latest hat design – Transformer Hat.
I wanted very simple and cozy hat in red color. So, I knitted one in stockinette stitch.
It is a bit unusual for me as most of my hats are knitted with cables or lace stitches.
The Transformer hat can be worn in many different ways: simple beanie hat, ponytail hat, cozy headband or even as a cowl. Moreover, this hat is really quick and fancy knit. It is knitted in stockinette stitch in the round but it requires some attention and accuracy for assembly process. 
Also I have knitted the same hat for my older daughter.
She really loves wearing it with her pony tail :).

The knitting pattern for the Transformer Hat can be purchased in my pattern stores:
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Riversdale Hat Test Knit

Hello everyone,

I've just finished working on my new design - Riversdale Hat.

DESIGN OVERVIEW: The hat is knitted in the round on circular needles with 2 x 2 ribbing and fancy cable combination. It can be knitted in two types: beanie with short ribbing or slouch with long ribbing which can be folded two or even three times for multi-styles wearing and extra warm if needed.

I've also opened a test-knit thread on Ravelry. If you would like to participate in it please follow the link below for more info:

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Happy New Year 2018 and call for test knitters

Happy New Year 2018 Everyone!

I hope you will have a great year with lots of fun and joy, new yarn and time for knitting! :)

I’ve just finished working on my new poncho design – Fairyland Poncho.

I have also opened a test-knit thread for Fairyland Poncho on Raverly. If you would like to participate in it please follow the link below for more details:

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Colour Fantasy Shawl

Hello fellow knitters!

I would like to wish you Merry Xmas and Happy New Year 2018!!!

Today I also would like to share my last knitted design in 2017.
Please welcome my Colour Fantasy Shawl which I knitted for myself.

This shawl is very easy to knit and great way to utilise leftover yarns every knitter has in their stash. I combined just 5 colours but I think the quantity of colours can be much bigger.
The shawl is very pretty and warm. It is knitted with worsted wool yarn Cascade 220.
The knitting pattern for the Colour Fantasy Shawl is available from my pattern stores:

On Ravelry:

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On Loveknitting:
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