Posts Tagged‘seamless’

Feel the soft breeze of creativity in the Vento d’Estate Top designed by Nancy Miscioscia @polveredicolor. This summer, keep cool in this strappy top crochet pattern and some balls of Dama by Concept by Katia. Whether for an informal day trip or an elegant evening out, Vento d’Estate adapts to your style and highlights your creative personality.    Strappy top crochet pattern  Dare to crochet the Vento d’Estate top by @polveredicolor!…

seamless sweater pattern

Enjoy knitting this seamless sweater with Silky Lace from Concept by Katia! Make it thanks to Anna Johanna and her Giddy design, a pattern with written instructions and charts, available from size XXS to 5XL. Giddy, a seamless sweater Giddy is a romantic and delicate sweater worked top-down seamlessly. The sweater has a turtleneck and a round yoke with gorgeous lace and lots of nupps. After the yoke is finished, the…

how to knit seamless sweaters

Is knitting in the round one of your New Year’s resolutions? If you want to learn how to knit seamless sweaters with circular knitting needles, both top-down and bottom-up, this guide is for you. Save this post to read it whenever you have any questions! Because it’s full of useful tips, step-by-step videos, and a selection of Katia patterns to knit seamless sweaters. How to knit seamless sweaters with circular…

Seamless Top-Down Crochet Cardigan

50 Mohair Shades Cardi is a seamless top-down crochet cardigan design by Little Rita Knits. A beautiful pattern that combines different stitches to create illustrations, motifs, and textures. “I really fancied creating a garment with a wide variety of stitches. A fun and entertaining design to play with textures and colors. Without a doubt, 50 Mohair Shades yarn by Concept by Katia is perfect for this.” Choose your favorite color combination…

seamless crochet jacket

On June 14, 2022, join the new crochet challenge by Ahuyama Crochet and Katia! This time, Helena teaches you how to make a seamless crochet jacket with a Katia SeaCell Cotton set or Katia Cotton 100% set available for sizes S-M and L-XL at katia.com. For 2 weeks, we’ll share 4 videos with charts in free PDF patterns created by Ahuyama Crochet to crochet the Coral Kimono step-by-step. Subscribe to…

how to knit a baby romper

Maria is a fashion designer for international brands who’s decided to create Mûmû, “a small slow-fashion project full of good intentions”. From this space, Maria supports ethical fashion consumption through Do It Yourself. “I firmly believe that knitting your own garments is a superpower that prevents the castoff of tons of clothes that damage the planet.” @mumu_knit’s patterns are easy to read, include charts and links to videos. To make…

bottom-up colorwork sweater

The year is coming to an end. Do you need inspiration for your New Year’s resolutions? This 2022, we encourage you to go one step further and challenge you with a new knitting project for you to learn some techniques! So, we suggest downloading the free Confetti Sweater pattern available in 8 sizes —from size XS to 4XL— as a PDF at katia.com. This is a Nordic-inspired design, a must-knit…

Stripes sweater

Hi, I’m Helena, founder of the creative blog Helenas Handarbeit. I love making new knitwear designs, trying different yarns and sharing my ideas with the knitting community through my blog, Instagram, and Pinterest. Social media is a never-ending source of inspiration for creative minds like myself. In fact, I learned to crochet just 3 years ago thanks to YouTube, and then moved onto knitting. I love fluffy yarns, like Katia…

Learn to knit on circular needles

What type of needles do you normally use for knitting: straight or circular? We already told you about the advantages and the differences of working with circular needles. After receiving many requests and questions, we are launching a series of videos to learn how to knit on circular needles. We hope they help you to lose any fears you might have about how to knit on circular knitting! Discover how…

top-down seamless tee pattern

I’m Linda Allegra, from Italy, and I am a knitting designer and teacher. My mom taught me to knit when I was a child. I’ve been working in the textile fibers and yarns production process for over 40 years now. What I particularly love is sharing my work (@linda_knitbijoux). In fact, I teach in my hometown Biella. I love top-down constructions and to giving a tailored cut to my patterns.…

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