A sideways top with textural stripes – as a peplum or crop top. The top is worked seamlessly from side to side in reverse Stockinette stitch with slipped-stitch lines. The neckline and armholes have a neat i-cord edge. Stitches are then picked up from the lower edge of the body and worked top-down, either in […]


A marled top-down Raglan sweater
in a fluffy combination of Brioche, Pearl Brioche & Garter stitch. The sweater is knit seamlessly top-down with Raglan shoulder shaping. For the main part of the sweater, the two colors are held together, creating a marl effect. For added contrast, the cuffs, hem, and neckline finish are worked with Color […]

Base Camp

A simple pattern, a comfy texture, and endless possibilities… Base Camp is a pattern and shawl recipe that is anything but basic! One color, two colors, odds and ends, or a color gradient? Follow the pattern as written for DK weight yarn or go off the beaten path with the recipe. No matter the yarn […]


The Soulsisters shawl is not only a collaboration with indie dyer EmiB, but it’s an expression of the friendships and bonds we forge thanks to our shared passion! I’ve designed this shawl for and with my wonderful friends and my test knitting dream-team Emi & Marion – my soul sisters! The main part of the […]

Slice of Light

From the pattern release in June 2018 to July 2019, 3 Euros of every pattern sold were donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance. Together we’ve donated a total of 5.643 Euros! Thank you so much! Susanne For some, knitting is a simple pastime. For me and many others, knitting is so much more. It gives […]

Breakfast for Dinner

Do you also have random skeins of beautiful hand-dyed yarn in different weights in your stash and never dared to combine them? Combining awesome things makes them even better, just like in this shawl: brioche, mohair, garter stitch, marled colors, stripes, textures and i-cords. This asymmetric shawl has it all! The Breakfast for Dinner shawl […]

Statement Knits

Knit Jewellery – Pattern Collection Knitting Jewelry is a great way to let your creativity run wild, explore new techniques and use up all the precious odds and ends of yarn. And knit statement jewelry is a great way to celebrate this craft we all love! This eBook hopefully inspires you to create your own […]

Brioche Kitty Hat

This is my personal take on the Pussy Hat: a large and loose-fitting brioche hat, knit with single-ply Merino and Mohair held together, a folded brim and the signature shape that couldn’t be simpler to knit. Wear it to the Women’s March on Washington D.C., to support the PussyHat Project or just to keep warm […]

Brioche Lightning

Brioche and Garter are a match made in heaven – and the combination offers endless possibilities. This deep triangular shawl features a bolt of garter lightning zig-zagging through the brioche fabric. The background color of the brioche is mohair yarn, making this an airy and lightweight yet fuzzy soft shawl, surrounded by a garter short-row […]

Chevron Cardigan

Knit top-down with raglan shaping, starting at the shoulders/sleeves, this light cardigan uses the sequence of increases and decreases known from knitting a chevron to create a unique shape and fit: increases in the back and fronts, decreases at the sides. Herringbone, Stockinette, and Garter stitch textures create additional interest. The shoulders are worked in […]