Posts Tagged‘mosaic’

Zero Waste Kits EKOS Collection: 12 crochet projects to start transforming yours into a sustainable home

Zero Waste Kits

Small gestures change the world. For this reason, here are 12 small ideas to start transforming yours into a sustainable home that is environmentally friendly. Adopting an organic lifestyle is one way to take care of the planet. We help you do so with a Zero Waste Kits collection with home wear products created by @bykaterinadesigns with EKOS, the most sustainable yarn. If you want to live plastic-free, consume responsibly, and reuse to avoid generating more waste… Get your crochet hook, some balls of Katia EKOS, and start creating a better future today!  Small zero waste projects, big changes  Discover how to…

Toe-Up or Cuff Down Socks? 2 new videotutorials to knit your own colourwork socks using the magic loop method

There is nothing more comfortable on cold winter days than a warm pair of socks! Even better if they have a cool pattern in your favourite colours. The sock knitting trend is here to stay and with our new sock yarn Katia United Socks you can make your own colourwork socks. Furthermore, we have prepared two new video tutorials for you in which we show you how to knit socks with our free patterns. It doesn’t matter if you prefer knitting toe-up or the classic top-down sock. Or whether you’re in love with jacquard pattern, stripes or mosaic patterns. Learn the…

Elements of Nature CAL 2020: Kits to crochet this blanket in 4 colour combinations are now available!

Elements of Nature CAL

Elements of Nature CAL is a project to enjoy and learn in the company of others, thanks to Internet. Do you want to make this beautiful mosaic crochet blanket designed by @bykaterinadesigns? Get the Elements of Nature kit with 10 balls of Merino Aran on our website and in Katia stores. In this kit you will find all the balls of Merino Aran you need to make this blanket in the measurements 100 cm x 110 cm using a size I9 (U.S.)/ 5.5 mm crochet hook. Choose your kit among the 4 colour combinations inspired by the elements of Nature: Air, Water, Fire…