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Hello Kitten / DROPS Baby 29-9 - The set consists of: Hat for baby with garter stitch, wave pattern and earflaps. Wrap-around jacket and trousers with garter stitch and lace pattern. Sizes premature – 4 years. The set is knitted in DROPS Baby Merino.

Hello Kitten / DROPS Baby 29-9 - The set consists of: Hat for baby with garter stitch, wave pattern and earflaps. Wrap-around jacket and trousers with garter stitch and lace pattern. Sizes premature – 4 years. The set is knitted in DROPS Baby Merino.

Nellie / DROPS Children 22-11 - Ribbestrikket DROPS tights i Fabel. Str 3 til 12 år

Nellie / DROPS Children 22-11 - Ribbestrikket DROPS tights i Fabel. Str 3 til 12 år

Ribstrikkede DROPS tights i Baby Merino. Str 3 til 12 år

Ribstrikkede DROPS tights i Baby Merino. Str 3 til 12 år

Baby Pullover & Trousers

Baby Pullover & Trousers

free crochet pattern for these baby sized wrap around baby boots

free crochet pattern for these baby sized wrap around baby boots

Tutorial- Crochet Hello Kitty Face - YouTube

Tutorial- Crochet Hello Kitty Face - YouTube

less dramatic high socks

less dramatic high socks

A great simple toe-up pattern for travel knitting! Pattern is written using 2 circular needles.

A great simple toe-up pattern for travel knitting! Pattern is written using 2 circular needles.

Bitte beachten: Nach Teststrick korrigiert am 22.05.2013!

Bitte beachten: Nach Teststrick korrigiert am 22.05.2013!

Galder, ’charm’ or ’incantation’ is Old English and relates to Old Norse galdr; from the verb galan, ’to sing’. The Oxford English Dictionary only lists two known usages of the word, one in Beowulf, the other dated c1205. In a way, knitting these socks reminded me of flowing, rhythmical chanting or weaving a spell. The cable begins to take form in the cuff, travels down the leg, finally splitting into two smaller cables that meander all the way to the heel and the toe.

Galder, ’charm’ or ’incantation’ is Old English and relates to Old Norse galdr; from the verb galan, ’to sing’. The Oxford English Dictionary only lists two known usages of the word, one in Beowulf, the other dated c1205. In a way, knitting these socks reminded me of flowing, rhythmical chanting or weaving a spell. The cable begins to take form in the cuff, travels down the leg, finally splitting into two smaller cables that meander all the way to the heel and the toe.