We were lucky enough to take part in designer Sari Nordlund @sari_n_ ‘s magnificent book Softly-Timeless Knit, to be published at the end of the month.
It includes 22 patterns of all difficulties in the designer’s refined and delicate style, beautifully photographed in the streets of Paris by photographer @violaminerva.
You’ll find 3 patterns designed in our yarns:
Construction : The Asopo cardigan has a boxy and relaxed fit that is effortless to wear and style in many different ways. The cardigan is knitted seamlessly top down. The shoulders are sloped and worked by increasing stitches along the back shoulder line.
The fronts and back are knitted separately until the underarm, after which the pieces are joined and worked seamlessly down to the hem. Lastly, stitches are picked up around the sleeve openings and the sleeves are worked in the round. There is a simple cable pattern on the sleeves. The cardigan comes in two versions, a short, cropped version and a longer version which also has pockets and a belt.
Construction: The Apollonis pullover is knitted seamlessly top-down starting at the neckband. The neckband is started in Stockinette stitch so it rolls beautifully into a round collar, before changing into a 1×1 rib. The sleeves and body are separated at the underarm and knitted separately. The back is shaped with short-rows to give it a bit more length and to improve the fit.
Construction: The Arche collared scarf is a stylish and warm combination of a collar and a long scarf which is sure to shield you from the cold weather. The turtleneck collar will keep your neck warm and the cabled sides of the scarf can be wrapped around your neck and shoulders for extra protection.
It is knitted seamlessly in one piece from the top down, with well-thought and polished details such the neat and stretchy tubular cast on and bind off edges and the i-cord edging for the sides of the scarf. The Arche scarf is started by knitting the collar section in 2×2 ribbing. The collar is then divided in two parts, and the sides of the scarf are worked separately in a cable pattern.
You can fin Sari’s book here:
Thank you Sari for this book, a beautiful treat for this fall!
Photo credits : @violaminerva