Cardigan for Liisa

Barbie clothes based loosely on free patterns on the web, basically I borrowed a doll and tried every piece on after every cm or so to see how to proceed. Knitted for Christmas swap on All knitted in laceweight yarn, the blue cardi has laceweight doubled and is slightly felted

Cardigan in size 2, made for Christmas swap on, yarn is Debbie Mumm some sort of blend from JoAnns, I think there might have been a wee bit of wool in it; structurally based on some freeby pattern but mostly just compared to size 2 sewing pattern. The girl who received it wore it for almost 2 years!

Neckwarmer for my dad, Christmas 2008, pattern loosely based on cabled neckwarmer in Käsitöö magazine, alpaca fingering weight yarn. Reportedly keeps neck nice and warm while riding a scooter in subzero weather.

silk baby hat I made for my baby´s first hat. It is done in 100% silk yarn and is so soft. It is done without a pattern, I improvised as I went

wool soaker knitted somewhat after Fern & Faerie free pattern (I did modify it somewhat). It is done in Patons merino wool and picture is taken before lanolizing

wool soakers, knitted from Little Turtle Knits ribby wrap pattern. The first one is knitted in Manos del Uruguay yarn and the second one is in random wool yarn that I dyed light green to match a shirt. The pictures are taken before lanolizing

baby set I made for my wee baby. It is about 6 month size and knitted in fine merino wool

baby set I knitted in 2003 and finished just recently (in the spring of 2005 that is). It was missing buttons :)

pixie hat I knitted for ~*~Sunflower~*~ as a trade for some organic cotton chenille yarn. the hat is knitted in organic colorgrown cotton from a free pattern

another hat made for trade. from organic colorgrown cotton chenille. this hat is knitted without using a pattern


this is a hat knitted for a newborn (actually about 2 month size according to head circumference). I knit it without a pattern on the round and it was my first try on kitchener stitch