Evolute

Fitting at the neck, wider around the shoulders – yet not as a cowl, but as a versatile shawl: That’s Evolute! Wrap it around your neck twice, and you will get the perfect accessory to wear under your… Read More

Planner Protection

A knitting planner needs a knitted cover, of course, so it is well protected during its adventures in your knitting bag. “Planner Protection” is a slipcover with an opening at the top of the book, to shield the… Read More

Strickmich! Club Cast-on Video No. 3

Happy casting on of the third project of Strickmich! Club 2019! Here’s the link to the video (Vimeo link, opens in new window).

Strickmich! Knitting Inventions – coming soon!

Strickmich! Knitting Inventions – coming soon! Exiting news: There will be a book! Hardbound, with a gorgeous layout and all new pictures. “Strickmich! Knitting Inventions” is a collection of all my designs that were departures from what had been… Read More

Knit & Crime

On September 14th, German crime novelist Till Raether will visit us again and read from is latest book – and it will be more funny than scary, I promise! If you don’t speak German and are planning to… Read More

Our next Knitting Events

Come and knit with me! In our beautiful old pub in the middle of Schleswig-Holstein we serve homemade yummy cakes and good coffee. In our Mini-Shop you will find Martina’s books and patterns, yarns by Rohrspatz & Wollmeise,… Read More

Berry Skies

A cowl that looks like a scarf that looks like a shawl, is an easy-peasy knit and has an unusual construction, accentuated by stripes in my most beloved colors – that sounds like a new favorite project of… Read More

Strickmich! Club Cast-on Video 2-2019

Here’s our second virtual Cast-on Event of Strickmich! Club 2019. Enjoy! (Vimeo-Link, will open in a separate window). And don’t forget to tune in today at 12 noon German time to see our live Event – we will… Read More

Wood Warbler Cowl

Gradient yarns are fascinating, and the fun doubles when you use two of them together: The constant color changes will produce new interesting stripes every couple of rows. Knit on the bias in garter stitch, this cowl makes… Read More

No Mulesing, Please

Patrick Gruban, co-founder and co-owner of German organic yarn pioneer Rosy Green Wool talks about mulesing of Merino sheep, and what knitters can do about this Merino lambs Strickmich!: In Germany, reports about mulesing in Australian Merino sheep… Read More

Come see us at H+H Cologne!

During the past years, we have only been visitors at H+H – but this year we will exhibit, probably with the smallest booth this trade show as ever seen. We’re next to Strickimicki in Halle 2.2, Stand F29. Peter… Read More

Big & Beautiful

I have been living in an old pub in the northern German countryside for five years now. It was built in 1906 and remodeled in the late 1980s. It’s beautiful and I really love it, but the house… Read More

Strider

Take a deep breath, enjoy the view, walk a few miles in a bizarre landscape that was left behind by the gravel mines surrounding our village – that’s what I enjoy every day. “Strider” is a scarf that… Read More

Strickmich! Club 2019: Buntwurm

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

Strickmich! Club 2019 is coming

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

Loops

Scarf, vest, capelet, shawl, poncho – my new knitting pattern “Loops” is just super versatile! A looped scarf knit up in a special construction, all in garter stitch and lots of fun. Wear it as a scarf under your… Read More

Video: Strickplaner 2019 Walk Through

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)

Obvious Color Play

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

Obvious

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

Strickplaner 2019

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