We’ve got our plates full here at Strickmich!, so we’re looking for a freelancer to help us out with social media and online marketing. If you love knitting (which I suppose!) and are fluent in German and English,… Read More
So here she is, the fourth yarnie for Strickmich! Club 2019: Maike Schnichels and her yarn collection “Skudderia”. Skudde is the name of a rare middle European sheep breed, and Maike happens to have five of them grazing… Read More
Felicia Lo is one of the big names in the world of hand dyed yarns: “SweetGeorgia” is synonymous with intense, brilliant and fascinating colors – Felicia’s signature style. “My favorite colors are pinks, purples and plums – whenever I… Read More
The yarns by BC Garn from Denmark are really special to me: My first (and only!) sweater design was made out of BC Garn, and it was published on Knitty.com (“Joanie”), which is a special honor for any… Read More
If you have been to a fiber festival in Germany, chances are that you know her colorful yarns: Nicole Seelbach, also known as “Buntwurm” (in German it means something like “color-worm”…), loves to present her creations live and… Read More
Exciting news: Strickmich! Club will continue in 2019, and we will be more exclusive than ever: luxurious, soft fibers and exciting new designs by Martina Behm. For the first time in Strickmich! Club’s history, the yarn colors that… Read More
Here’s our third cast-on Video for Strickmich! Club 2018: Also, if you happen to be around, you can watch the event live on youtube from 12 noon German time. Enjoy!
Strickplaner – your knitting planner: How it came to be, what is new and what it looks like. So take out your knitting, put up your feet and enjoy the ride! (External link to youtube, not embedded)
It took me quite a while and a couple of hours with my crayons to figure out how I wanted to arrange the colors in my new knitting pattern “Obvious”: The Brown should not be next to the… Read More
A big, soft stole knit in garter stitch, out of a wonderful organic yarn in great colors: That’s Obvious! I had the idea for this shawl when I was casually staring at the schematic of the knitted book… Read More
I know – 2018 is only half over, but I just could not wait to get my hands on the 2019 edition of Strickplaner… and now it’s here! I am so happy and excited about the new cover material… Read More
… and here comes the pattern for the Strickplaner 2019 book cover: “Cover Your Plans” is a slipcover knit on the bias in garter stitch that will make your planner look stylish and protect it when you are… Read More
Yesterday I got a call from the production manager at our printing company, and it turns out that only a few steps are missing before Strickplaner 2019 will be on its way to us! To make the wait… Read More
Our next knitting event is almost here! This time, our special guest is Jen Arnall-Culliford of Arnall-Culliford Knitwear. She is the mastermind behind clever books like “A Year of Techniques”, “Something New to Learn about Cables”, and –… Read More
“My Hitchhiker is tiny! And my Shrug & More does not fit! Why is that?” That’s easy, and you may have already guessed it: It’s because of GAUGE. The good news is: You do not always have to… Read More
Welcome to our second Cast-on Event of Strickmich! Club 2018! Here’s our Cast-on Video on Vimeo – enjoy! Also, we will be broadcasting live from Damsdorf from 12 noon on. Find the youtube-link to the live event here.
The stage is ready for our Strickmich! Club cast-on event tomorrow Saturday! Next to me you will find the lovely person who made the yarn for the 2nd installment of Strickmich! Club 2018, and we will be live… Read More
My new shawl pattern is called “Areas” – minimalist knitwear design to the max. Just two colors, arranged in interestingly shaped areas to yield an elegant shawl. Choose a luxurious yarn in your two favorite colors. The knitting… Read More
What are blocking wires for? To make your lace-shawls extra beautiful! Watch this video on Vimeo to see how they are used. Find Lazadas Blocking wires in Strickmich! Shop.
At this event, German crime author Till Raether will read from one of is books at 3.30 pm in our ballroom – but don’t worry if you don’t speak German, there will be the usual knitting going on… Read More