Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue! click here Download this pattern from my Etsy shop! Click here This top gets its name from the Cempasúchil flower (or Mexican marigold). It’s the flower used in the altars and ofrendas during Día de Muertos in Mexico. because of this, it is also known as the FlowerContinue reading “Cempasúchil Top – Knitting Pattern”
Have you seen on those period dramas or film, how during the day women always wore aprons? Not only working women or those working as servants in big houses (I’m thinking Downton Abbey) but also just regular everyday women. Up to the 1950’s it was pretty normal for a housewife as well as girls. It’s an extra layer of protection for your clothes, specially when you weren’t changing them daily and you had a lot of manual work to do.
Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue! click here Download this pattern from my Etsy shop! Click here I have to say, I love functional design. I wanted to design a new pair of fingerless mittens, that would allow me to fold them out to be warmer but still have easy access to my fingers.Continue reading “Midtown Fingerless Mittens – Knitting Pattern”