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Original crochet & knitwear patterns
Original crochet & knitwear patterns

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One of the very first increases I learned were the M1L and M1R increases. Why? Because they give an almost invisible result! Take a look at the M1L and M1R tutorial to know how to work these at both the knit and the purl side of your work.
www.lavisch.com/site/tutorial-knitting-m1l-and-m1r-increases/

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Thinking of making a cowl for this Autumn and Winter? Take for example Chocolate Raspberry Waffles! My version is made in @stickscups SockSanity hand dyed yarn. Perfect for mindless knitting, using slip-stitch patterning to break up the color pooling and flashing often seen with hand-dyed yarns. www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/chocolate-raspberry-waffles
www.lavisch.com/site/chocolate-raspberry-waffles/

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The m1bl increase is also known as “Make 1 with Backward Loop” or the “Backward loop increase”. And when worked correctly it’s almost invisible! Visit the tutorial to see how it's done ;-)
www.lavisch.com/site/m1bl-increase/

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Don't you just love making a half-circle Pi shawl? And yes, this is an one-skein shawl! Zeezicht was inspired by the colors in the lovely yarn by @eternityranchknits. This design can of course also be made in solid colored yarns ;-)
www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/zeezicht
www.lavisch.com/site/zeezicht/

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In Estonian lace knitting gathers are (besides nupps) an important feature to add texture to the fabric. In this tutorial I show you how to work them.
www.lavisch.com/site/estonian-lace-knitting-gathers/

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Fancy an architecturally inspired shawl? take a look at Art Deco! It's a crescent-shaped shawl worked from the top-down. The flowers in the border are inspired by the stylized flowers as commonly used in France, in the early days of Art Deco. The body contains special shaping, which helps to avoid the “bump” in the upper edge of the shawl, so often present in crescent shawl designs. I made mine in @brooklyntweed Loft.⠀
www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/art-deco-10
www.lavisch.com/site/art-deco/

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I have said it before and will say it again: a nice border can really make an otherwise simple project. In this tutorial I want to show you how to knit a scalloped edge. This particular cast-on edge is not only very beautiful, but is also relatively easy to knit!
www.lavisch.com/site/scalloped-edge/

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Cirkels is an one-skein shawl, I designed this one a couple of years ago, because I wanted something mindless, but also interesting to knit and flexible in sizing. Sounds like a contradiction? Well, I made it work ;-)
www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cirkels
www.lavisch.com/site/cirkels/

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Do you know how to work a 3-needle bind-off? I really love this technique to connect the shoulders of a bottom-up sweater! Visit the tutorial to see how it's done.
www.lavisch.com/site/3-needle-bind-off/

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Duizendknoop is a shallow, triangle scarf, knit sideways, I should really design another shawl with this construction! This design features a simple garter stitch body, the triangle edging, is knitted on at the same time. While written for a single skein of fingering weight yarn, this pattern can easily be adjusted for different amounts and weights of yarn. I knit mine in Diva Marl in "kelp" by Dutch Wool Diva. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out! 😊
www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/duizendknoop
www.lavisch.com/site/duizendknoop/

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