Two color knitting patterns
This basic shawl pattern looks anything but “basic” when knitted with alternating colors of yarn. Eyelet rows are added so you can weave ribbons through the stitches to add decoration and variety to the shawl. A wide ribbed “ruffle” and picot bind off finishes it off with pizzazz! You can choose two solid color yarns, or one solid and one variegated, or two variegated. This shawl is sure to let the colors sing!
Aeris (Latin for copper) is an asymmetrical triangular wrap that takes full advantage of the luxurious yarn with which it was knit. Eyelets, textured stitches, and garter stitch pop in this merino and cashmere blend, which is so soft and light that it’s difficult not to wear it at all times. Strategically placed increases give this shawl its off-kilter triangular appearance, which is long enough to wrap comfortably around ones torso without too much length at the center point, or too many en...
The Medina Mosaic tiles are inspired on the colourfull and bright Mosaic designs you’ll find in many places around the Mid-East. I tried to capture the mystic, complex and intregious look of them into these tiles. The mosaic- or also known as interlocking crochet technique really suited the theme for this. The pointy corners and combined texture are really fitting the idea.