Knit a cosy for your Kindle.
Yarn: 3 ply snældan in the natural grey colours 2,3,4,5 and 9.
Circular needles 2.5 mm and 3 mm
Gauge: 10 cm = 25 sts.
Finished size: 13 x 20 cm.
Abbreviations: knit = K, purl = P, stitches = sts, decrease = DEC.
Using Colour 5 cast on 64 sts on circular needle size 3 mm and join in the round to work circular.
Knit in rounds according to the chart.
When the chart is finished, change to circular needle size 2.5 mm and work 6 rounds of rib K1 P1. On the first round DEC evenly to 60 sts.
Cast off (K over K and P over P).
Sew in ends and turning the wrong side out sew up the bottom.
This woman’s sweater is a bottom-up raglan in 5-ply Snældan yarn.
Sizes: S (M) L
Yarn: 5-ply Snældan 400 g Silver Gray (colour 2) and 200 g Dark Gray (colour 5)
80 cm circular needles 6 mm and 8 mm
Gauge: 10 cm = 13,5 sts
Bust size 78 (90) 102 cm
Buy the pattern on Ravelry now.
Price. 35.00 DKK
About $5.72 or €4.70
There are 8 natural colours:
(2) Silver Gray.
(3) Light Gray.
(5) Dark Gray.
(6) Light Brown.
(7) Dark Brown.
The yarn is Snældan 5-ply, and the colour is Silver Gray 2.
Knitted on 6 mm needles.
10×10 cm is 13.5 stiches and 18 rows.
Knitted on 8 mm needles.
10×10 cm is 12.5 stiches and 16 rows.
It’s somewhat embarrassing. For unknown reasons, the photos of yarn are giving me a hard time here on the homepage. Although they are here, most of them refuse to show.
Sorry about this. I have a lot of photos of yarn on my Flickr page, so please, take a look there.
What is on our needles right now, someone might ask and to answer that question I have gathered the projects we are working on right now.
All the colours are from Sirri except the yellow one, which is from Snældan.
She’s not using the light brown yarn. It was just lying there in the basket.
Here is one of my own projects. A top in 1-ply Snældan. I thought it would be extremely warm, but it actually doesn’t feel that different from a cotton top.
I have tried it on, but I still think it needs a border around the armholes and neck, so I am currently awaiting a brilliant idea for a border to hit me.
The ribbing is twisting slightly. It often does that when you knit in 1-ply.
The last project will probably take some time to finish. It’s a bedspread in Granny Squares. I love Granny squares. You can start them, put them away, forget about them, and then find them again and continue where you left off.
My Granny Squares are crocheted using Sirri 2-ply colour and white. My plan right now is to make half of the squares white in the centre with two coloured rounds, and the other half coloured in the centre and with two white rounds. I might change my mind later, though.
Hello all of you nice people who are going to visit Tórshavn this summer.
I get e-mails from people wanting advice on what to see in Tórshavn when they arrive. Especially they want to know, where to visit if you are interested in knitting and want to buy yarn or wool.
In Tórshavn there are a few shops, you must see. All of them are in the town centre, and they are:
Sirri, Áarvegur 12, close to the harbour, Sirri yarn and Sirri’s own designs.
Guðrun & Guðrun, Niels Finsens gøta 13, the famous Faroese designers. Their shop is located in the pedestrian zone .
Snældan, Niels Finsens gøta 25, Snældan yarn and Snældan’s own designs.
TINAMIK, Niels Finsens gøta 35, is the shop of the Faroese Handcraft Association. You will find both traditional and modern knitted items.
Navia, a brand new shop in the shopping center SMS.
If you want to know more, you can also contact the Tourist Information in Tórshavn
The cruise ship in the photo is Marina with the old catholic church in the front.
Faroese wool mixed with wool from the Falklands.
There are seven colours of undyed Snældan: White, light gray, gray, dark gray, charcoal, light brown and dark brown. All hanks are 100 gram.
It is nappað tógv which means the coarse outer hairs of the sheep’s fleece have been pulled of, so the wool is very soft.
For now you can order the white undyed in 1-ply and all the natural colours in 5-ply.