Mae is a stunner of a sweater. Worked from the bottom up, the generous cable panels are knit in a soft neutral tone for season-long wear. You’ll love how effortlessly this project fits into your wardrobe.View Project
Projects by Linda Gäßler
The perfect coat for the first day of fall, the poncho coat combo makes for an intriguing fashion piece. Fashionable straps with buttons allow this poncho to take shape while allowing arm slits for added movement.View Project
This cute V-neck cropped cardi is perfect for a nice spring stroll when it’s just a little breezy out. Worked in pieces and then seamed, this pattern is for intermediate knitters. With a ribbed button band and completed with small buttons, this is the cardigan you’ll want to wear all season.View Project
Knit this v-neck sweater from the bottom up with a panel of cable stitches for a look that’s a blast from the past. The saddle shoulders above half-length stockinette sleeves are reminiscent of oversized and comfy vintage sweaters. Body and sleeves are joined to a raglan construction so that only few stitches below the arms have to be seamed. This bright and fun sweater works well with a skirt or your favorite pair of jeans.View Project
Cluster St Pattern
Rnd 1: *K1, (k1, yo) 5 times; rep from * to end.
Rnd 2: *K1, sl 5 sts as if to purl, letting yos drop and pulling sl sts to length, sl 5 sts back to left needle, (k5togtbl, yo) twice, k5togtbl; rep from * to end.
Rnd 3: *K1, k1 into eachView Project
This crewneck sweater is knitted from the bottom up with a clustered stitch pattern around the body and saddle shoulders above the sleeves. Plus, its body and sleeves are joined to a raglan construction, meaning only few stitches below the arms have to be seamed. You’ll love this simple and stylish piece!View Project
A classic yoked sweater knitted from the bottom up with stranded colorwork round the neck to keep your little one chic and cozy through the cold months. Did we mention it’s also machine washable?View Project