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Coliseum Hat

9.4.19
Happy Knitting Everyone! The test knit for Coliseum Hat has been finished and the pattern for it is available from Ravelry and LoveKnitting now.
Knitted in sport weight yarn, this unisex hat is must have for any wardrobe. The hat is knitted in the round on circular needles seamlessly in combination of two types of ribbing and fancy slip stitch.
The hat is fast and easy to knit.
It is lovely project for those who love trying new stitches. The pattern is easy to follow and has row-by-row instructions and photo tutorial for fancy slip stitch.
You can also check the beautiful hat projects  from my test knitting team here.
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Calligraphity Cardigan

4.4.19
Happy knitting everyone! Today I would like to share my Calligraphity cardigan.
I knitted this cardigan last autumn and was wearing it almost every day up to first cold. I'm so in love with it. It is so comfy and stylish.
The cardigan is knitted with relaxed fit and it is perfect for any season of the year and can be worn with any outfit like jeans, smart dress or your favourite skirt. Whatever colour you choose it will make a perfect staple for your wardrobe.
Calligrafity Cardigan is great project even for advanced beginners. It has minimum shaping and minimum seaming to complete. Moreover, it is knitted with chunky weight yarn and size US 10 (6.0 mm) knitting needles.
The body of the cardigan is knitted bottom up as one piece up to underarms. Then front parts and back are knitted separately. After shoulder seams are closed and sleeves are set in, the stitches are picked up for the front band. The cardigan is knitted with 5-10 cm/2-4 inches positive ease.

The knitting pattern is available from Ravelry and LoveKnitting.
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Outfielder Earflap hat

3.4.19
Warm spring wishes from Vitalina Craft! Today I’d like to share my latest boy’s design – Outfielder Earflap hat.
The sample on the photo is knitted with Lana Grossa Bingo.
This easy to knit hat is designed to keep big and little ears warm and comfy.

The hat is knitted back and forth in stockinette stitch starting with central part. The forehead flap is knitted in broken rib. Then the stitches are picked up along the edge for earflaps. After earflaps are completed, the side seams along the earflaps is closed for hat assembly.
 Knitted with Aran weight yarn and simple stitches, this hat is quick knit and suitable for advanced beginners.

The knitting pattern for Outfielder Earflap hat is available from Ravelry.
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Liane Cowl

27.3.19
Happy knitting everyone! Today I’m so happy to share my Liane Cowl design.
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/liane-cowl
Knitted in twisted rib and decorated with lacy stitch at front, this stylish cowl is perfect accessory for cool and windy days. It is designed to keep you warm even with open coat because you wouldn’t want to hide this beauty inside :)
The knitting starts with I-cord cast on, the I-cord edge both sides of triangular part of cowl are formed with double selvedge stitches. The seamless cowl is knitted back and forth up to shoulders and then finished in the round. So it is absolutely seamless.
The knitting pattern for Liane Cowl was successfully tested on Ravelry. Please head to Ravelry projects to see so many beautiful cowl from my lovely test knit team.
The photo tutorial for I-cord cast on can be found here
The pattern is available on Ravelry:
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/liane-cowl
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