Sunday, September 17, 2017

Lille En


Hi, Knitters,
I hope you are all doing well. I am on a teaching trip right now for the Webs Retreat in Massachusetts and it has been so much fun. It ends today and this morning I get the opportunity to hear Franklin Habit speak. I am looking forward to that!

I want to quickly tell you about some new patterns I've released as a set. The set is called Lille En, which means "little one" in Danish. I am so excited about this one. It is incredibly quick and easy to knit and would make a perfect baby gift. 

The Lille En Vest is knit from the bottom up and is done completely in garter stitch, the checkers are really fun to add in, and the buttonholes are knit in as you. The shoulders are seamed with a 3-needle bind off. Easy peasy! The pattern comes in four sizes, newborn to 24 months.

The Lille En Bonnet is knit from the brim to the back. The bonnet starts flat, working back and forth, then the decrease is worked in the round. The decreases are set to make the sweetest little peak at the top. The i-cord ties are picked up and knit on. The bonnet comes in four sizes, newborn to 24 months.

The Lille En Blanket is a FREE pattern on the Barrett Wool Co. Journal! It is a garter stitch blanket worked with two strands of worsted weight held together and it is so squishy and bouncy! It is a fast, fast blanket.




We are having a wonderful Lille En celebration on Barrett Wool Co. you may not want to miss. With the purchase of 4 skeins of any of our yarns (the set is knit in Home Worsted) and the pattern for the Lille En Set, we are offering FREE U.S. SHIPPING with the code: LILLE at checkout! This is starting today, Sept. 17th, and going through the end of the day on Tuesday, Sept. 18th, 2017. 


The blanket pattern is included in the pdf pattern for convenience. 


Have a wonderful Sunday and I'll be back to share more about my trip to the east coast very soon.
xo ~ susan

2 comments:

annaP said...

Not knowing where else to post this I'm going to give it a try... I'm half way through knitting marshmallow bonnet from itty bitty hats. Im spending school holidays staying in a remote canin on kangaroo island, south australia. I packed my project... but left the book behind!!! Is there any way i could get a copy buy a pdf of this pattern so i can keep knitting. Thanks, fingers crossed x Anna

annaP said...

Oh and i can be contacted directly at anna.provatas@gmail.com