Simple, but with a nice effect: “Feldmark” is the name of this shawl, and it looks especially good in a self-striping yarn that will do all the work for you. Just knit it up in squishy garter stitch,… Read More
Finally! On Saturday, Nov. 20th we will cast on the fourth project of Strickmich! Club 2021 together. Here’s the link to my video on youtube (external link). P. S.: You can still join Strickmich! Club 2022 for a… Read More
Here’s the cast-on video for the third project of Strickmich! Club 2021 (external link to youtube). Enjoy!
Fascinating! Quadra Cowl will change its appearance depending on which side you wear on the outside. It’s a double-layered construction that looks especially cool in a self-striping yarn or with mini-skeins. Quadra Cowl is worked in the round… Read More
A warm little cowl, worked in garter stitch out of a spectacularly hand dyed yarn – that’s a perfect project for your summer vacation! “Panoramic Cowl” was the fourth pattern of Strickmich! Club 2020, and now it’s being released… Read More
It’s a cardigan! Wrap & Warm is knit seamlessly in the round, so there are no long rows of purl stitches. Also: very few stitches to cast on, no special cast-on techniques, no short rows, no seaming. A… Read More
Here’s the link to the cast-on video (link to Youtube) for the second project of Strickmich! Club 2021. Enjoy!
Garter stitch is fun – and even more so with ruffles! For my book “The Hitchhiker Collection” we have knit a new sample of this shawl, using a yarn with fun and pretty color changes. As with the… Read More
Hydrangeas (German: Hortensien) just look amazing when fall comes: The colors spectacularly change from white, pink and baby blue to purple and gray. A perfect inspiration for this shawl and its colorway! Two asymmetrical triangles are connected by… Read More
It’s both a versatile cowl and a shrug: Poppy Project! If you love relaxed knitting with an interesting construction, this project is for you. The sample for Strickmich! Club 2020 was knit out of 150 g of “Big… Read More
Can’t wait for spring? Here’s the shawl for you: Magrathea was the fourth pattern I created using the Hitchhiker shape, this time with an intricate lace border that grows during the knitting on one side and extends across… Read More
Our first virtual cast-on event for the first project from Strickmich! Club 2021 starts on Saturday, 27th February at 1 pm CET (Berlin time) here on my Youtube Channel (external link to Youtube). Happy casting on!
Squaring the circle with an extra warm hat, perfect for these super cold days: The fabric is doubled at the forehead and the ears. “Circle & Square” is worked in one piece without any purl stitches or seams… Read More
Leftie – a shawl originally designed to make use of those pretty little leftovers we all keep hoarding, is a also a perfect project for those cute mini-skeins or mini-balls we keep seeing everywhere. “Zauberperlen” (“magic pearls”) by Schoppel… Read More
A fun shawl with an intricate ribbed stitch pattern, knit up in the Hitchhiker shape: “Treehiker” is a shawl for knitters who love a (sort of) challenge, like to work from charts or long line of instructions and… Read More
Es war ein aufregendes Strickmich! Club-Jahr, und ich freue mich sehr, dass es jetzt mit dem wunderschönen Garn von Susanne Walther alias Tieke Garne seinen krönenden Abschluss findet! Das Video ist ab dem 21. November um 13 Uhr… Read More
Water and waves have a calming effect – and what could be better to just relax than a walk by the lake? My new pattern “Stocksee Story” reflects tales of shores and oceans, of blue ponds and mystical plants…. Read More
Ruffles and stripes in garter stitch are a fun combination that will keep you busy while knitting “Tivoli Gardens” – a pretty little shawlette that will make you smile! This was the fourth pattern of Strickmich! Club 2019, and… Read More
This is a pattern for a little video series I made in German for beginning knitters with small and quick projects. For those of you who would like to make them and already know how to knit, here’s… Read More
One of the most spectacular phenomena on this planet must be the Northern Lights: In colors from blue-teal to purple they illuminate the sky close to the North Pole, and if you are lucky during your vacation in… Read More