Patterns

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More coming soon!

For anyone interested in test knitting future patterns or hearing about new designs as they come up, please drop by the Nimble Knits group http://www.ravelry.com/groups/nimble-knits as I am currently holding frequent knitalongs, and test-knits with a fun side.


Recent and upcoming releases:

Dragon's breath

Dragon’s Breath

Love Is like Friendship Caught On Fire collection

Whirlwind Romance

Whirlwind romance

Slow Dance

Slow dance

Kindred Souls

Kindred Souls

With Every Fibre of my Being

With every fibre of my being

Little Book of Fairy Tales collection

Ashputtel

Ashputtel

Brave Hero

Brave hero

Sleeping Princess

Sleeping princess
Wicked
Wicked

Oriental Tales collection

Three Wishes

Three wishes

The Phoenix’s Tale

Phoenix's Tale

The Peacock’s Tale

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The Dragon’s Tail

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Otherwhere series

Phoenicia

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Avalonia

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Byzantia

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Atlantia

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Light Cycle Collection

Daybreak

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Nightfall

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Soleil d’Or

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Clair de Lune

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Sea Songs

Play with straight lace, or alternating lace at will, and finish with a curious little fish tale..

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Leaf Cycle Collection

Fallingleaf

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Winterleaf

An adaptable, all-over (or not all over, start lace when you like) lace crescent. Optional beading, as usual. More here.

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Sacre Coeur

More here

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Flame Flowers

A top-down crescent with optional beading and adaptable sizing. More here

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Willow

A very adjustable top-down crescent with optional beading and adaptable sizing. More here

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Countertide

A dynamic zigzaging lace with adjustable bands of plain rows in between – more here.

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Interplay

A super-adjustable pattern designed to use either two colours, or one striped against itself for a fun interplay of colour. Named for the interplay created between the knitter and the pattern, as there are many many options – start lace on any RS row, drop in and out when you like, or continue repeating the lace until you run out of yarn! More here

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The Secret Garden Shawl

More info here

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Little Houses Cup Cosy

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More info here


Owly Cup Cosy

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More info found here

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Karine  |  December 10, 2015 at 12:07 am

    Hi, I just fell in love with the Renaissance fan shawl pattern, but my English is not good when reading English knitting patterns in abbreviations! So I am wondering if that pattern is explained in words or just abbreviations? Thanks! Karine

    Reply
    • 2. littlehouseonthehill  |  December 10, 2015 at 12:29 am

      Hi Karine, do you use charts? The pattern can be worked only from charts, but there are a couple of written notes that are important (such as that double yarn overs are worked knit 1, purl 1 on the wrong side, that sort of thing). I do use abbreviations for written instructions however, k2tog for knit 2 together, and yo for yarn over, etc.

      What is your first language? If you are on Ravelry, there are a number of members who are non-native English speakers. Perhaps someone can help if you have a problem?

      Best wishes,
      Nim

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      • 3. Karine  |  December 10, 2015 at 1:44 am

        Thank you Nim for the fast answer. I speak French. I am not sure about the chart, but I guess I could translate it before I start 🙂 It is so beautiful, I will give it a try.

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