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We a happy to present a new yarn, and hope you will give "Tiliaa warm reception. Tilia is a gorgeous mix of glossy mulberry silk surrounded by a cloud of the lightest kid mohair. On the technical side Tilia is a fine, worsted spun and brushed yarn. You can of course knit Tilia on its own, but we recommend knitting it held together with one of our other yarns. New Zealand lammeuld and Indiecita are wonderful held together with Tilia.

Serdecznie pozdrawiam,
Nanna Gudmand-Høyer


strik med fra oktober
Rachel Søgaard

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Rachel Søgaard has designed the most beautiful shawl in six colors of our Pernilla. In the shawl there is a colourful play with knit stiches.

et fint babysæt med snoninger
Sys Fredens

Babyer skal selvfølgelig have et sejt sæt med bluse og bukser. Sættet kan bruges både indendørs og udenfor alt efter årstiden.
Blusen har snoninger på forstykket, mens resten er i glatstrik.

a little, starry sweater
Rachel Søgaard

The hem of ths sweet little sweater has been ”dipped” in a contrast color. The pattern looks like random dots - or stars, but they are actually worked from a set chart, so they are not as random as they appear.

a beutiful, graphic blanket
Karen S. Lauger

Sediments are beautiful layers in the earth,and you see them many places in nature – delicate or wide bands of colours, and thin dark lines.

a big, wonderful scarf
Rachel Søgaard

A wide scarf with worked in garter stitch with little squares worked in the ”double knitting” technique.
The scarf can be worked in the wide version shown, or with 32 fewer stitches, for an elegant, more narrow version.

a light cardigan in a gorgeous texture pattern
Janne Højfeldt

En little, light cardigan with a dropped back hem. The yoke is decorated with garter stitch, below which a diamond pattern is worked along the front, while the back is worked in stockinette stitch. The ardigan has ¾ length sleeves raglan sleeves.

en fin sweater
Rachel Søgaard

En fin sweater fuld af små stjerner. Bunden af sweateren er ”dyppet” i en kontrastfarve. Det ser ud som tilfældige prikker - eller små stjerner, men er i virkeligheden en mønsterrapport som alle andre.

a lovely, cabled cardigan
Signe Strømgaard

My first knitting love is cables. I never grow tired of playing with the many variations of cables, when creating a new design. It becomes an even more special thing when the yarn I am working with is perfect for cables. Pernilla is exactly that - perfect.

a colorwork brioche stitch shawl
Rachel Søgaard

Brioche stitch is on trend at the moment. Especially the colorwork brioche that designer Stephen West often designs, using strong, contrasting and variegated yarns and brioche.
I have chosen a calmer approach to two color brioche in this shawl worked in Pernilla.

en flot sweater i halvpatent
Rachel Søgaard

Brioche stitch is on trend and there is a myriad of patterns in the technique. Here a simplified version called fisherman’s rib is used, which makes it possible to create vertical stripes in 2 colors.

a cozy lace paneled cardigan
Hanna Maciejewska

Ninni is knit top down seamlessly featuring raglan sleeves and a lovely lace pattern on the back. Top it off with your favorite buttons in a matching or contrasting color and wear paired with dressy jeans, a narrow or wide-swinging skirt or an elegant sheath dress.

a feminine colorwork cape
Janne Højfeldt

Short poncho or cape knitted in Pernilla by Filcolana. The poncho can be worn over a t-shirt and a jacket. The shorter length means the arms have full mobility, making it simple to wear while biking, driving of sitting at the keyboard.

a long, comfy sweater
Sys Fredens

Lovely oversize V shaped sweater or dress, which can be worn with leggings or jeans. Margarite has a wide rib hem, a wide stockinette stitch turtleneck and drop shoulders - and would even fit a growing belly during pregnancy.

a baby onesie with little dog heads
Charlotte Kaae

This baby onesie is a practical knitting project, but also super cute with the little doggy heads on the yoke. Inspiration is taken from traditional Faroese knitting patterns, and this Rocky is part of a small baby collection based on the the Kettunøsin pattern.