A happy crowd of people, in colorful clothes, maybe gathering on a lawn, drinks in their hands, maybe listening to a band playing, chatting along – that’s the picture I had in my mind when I first saw… Read More
This black rock is the Nord Kapp! I am back from a fabulous Knitting Cruise to Norway! The Fjords were amazing, and I really loved the days we spent north of the polar circle, when the sun never… Read More
My new knitting pattern “Hitch on the Move” combines the zig-zags of my most popular design, the “Hitchhiker” with the fun construction of “Match & Move”. In this sample, we have used two beautiful summery yarns that you… Read More
How about a beautiful, light summer shawl with that uses only one skein of yarn? “Rise” is just for you! Knit up one skein (100 g will suffice) of fingering weight yarn until you run out – “Rise” uses… Read More
Here’s my new hat “Square Squared”! You start with a square that is knit in the round and continue working back and forth until the hat is complete. No seaming! The hat can be adapted to the desired… Read More
You like a little lace, but not too much? You like projects in solid colors and want to make the most of that single skein of yarn you bought? “Rosida” might be just the knitting project for you!… Read More
When Miss Babs – one of my favorite dyers of the planet – asked me to design something for her knitting club, the only possible answer was: Yes! I love her yarns and it’s always a pleasure to work with… Read More
Meet “Concrete Flower” – it’s a swoncho! This cool sweater-poncho hybrid is made out of less than 100 g of a super light, super fluffy yarn and is perfect for traveling with you as it can be tucked away… Read More
A shawl for cold days: “Liebe Hannah” is huge and will warm you whenever you need it. Winter may come! In my sample, I have knit up almost seven skeins of Rosy Green Wool Cheeky Merino Joy. If… Read More
On November 19th, starting 1 pm CET, you can watch my cast-on video here on youtube. Enjoy!
A cowl with an interesting construction and just a tiny bit of lace – Aglaisio will be a lot of fun to knit! I designed Aglaisio for the third yarn of Strickmich! Club 2021, and now it’s available… Read More
On Saturday, September 17th, at 1 pm German time we will cast on the third project of Strickmich! Club 2022! Here’s the link to the video (external link to Youtube). Enjoy!
Let’s rüsch! This little scarf is so much fun to knit – and will make even the simplest outfit special! You will need only one skein of fingering weight yarn – use up that special hand dyed yarn that has… Read More
Here comes “Sophiste” – a stole that is zig-zagged through and through, and (because it’s more fun) on the bias. I have knit my samples out of the beautiful, squishy “Lovely Merino Treat” by Rosy Green Wool. It’s mulesing-free,… Read More
Knospe (“bud”) is here! A pattern as easy as Hitchhiker and as pretty as Lintilla: Worked entirely in garter stitch, it’s perfect to knit on a long weekend or your next trip to the lake. The scallops are… Read More
On Saturday, May 21st at 1 pm CET we will celebrate the second Cast-on event of Strickmich! Club 2022 – live hier in Damsdorf and in this video (link to Youtube). Strickmich! Club brings you the best yarns of… Read More
I love to knit up pretty multicolored fingering-weight yarns in simple, easy-to-do garter stitch: All the creative work the dyer has put into the skein will show! What I also love is a fun construction for a garter… Read More
We will cast on together on February 26th at 12 noon! The link leads to Youtube.
You would like to use up the yarns from your stash? I have a few useful tips for you in this video (link to Youtube):
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