Tausendschön is your trusted companion in the spring - a headband to put in your pocket when you go out for that first walk through the just-waking-up woods, to keep you warm when it gets a little chilly.
The headband is worked flat, starting with a provisional cast on and grafted in pattern for an invisible transition. The slipped stitch pattern on the upper and lower edge as well as in the centre resemble trellises where roses can climb towards the sun and where little rose buds will eventually flower. The optional decorative rose and its leaves are worked separately and then sewn in place.
Hey Mama Wolf Schafwolle No. 3
This pattern is available in Making Stories Magazine Issue 9, In Bloom.
A blend of Polwarth, Romney and Hebridean transformed into a worsted-spun DK weight yarn. It comes in the most magical colorways!
Garthenor Beacons is a lovely soft yarn, very easy to knit. It perfectly shows off the cable stitches in my sweater! I love the color Kettle for it's deep dark green, but wouldn't mind experimenting with all the colors in Beacon range!