This shawl is an original design created for Biscotte Yarns, worked in three pieces: its base is composed of two triangles crowned with a diamond. Both triangles are worked separately and are assembled together when knitting the third part. While working on this shawl, I remembered a specific project from my studies in art history and this is how thePlus ➡

Original pattern by Louise Robert for Biscotte Yarns : “When I designed this crescent shawl, I wanted to create of a wraparound shawl that would be worn just as a comforting blanket. The softness of Sirius yarn and its rustic look were exactly what I needed to achieve this project! In addition to the instructions below, you will find aPlus ➡

Sock pattern - Socks by the heel

As its name says, this sock pattern is worked from the heel. The heel starts as a toes-up sock and then, increase to get the total sts needed to work the leg and foot. Find this original and FREE Socks by the heel pattern by Louise Robert on BiscotteYarns.com In addition to the pattern, you will need the following materialPlus ➡

This sock pattern was first published on Knitty.com In addition to the pattern, you’ll need the following material to knit this project : Biscotte Yarns Bis-Sock, one 100g skein (shown in Carousel self-striping colorway) Needles of 2.5 (or size needed to obtain gauge)  Plus ➡

This pattern published on Knitty, Deep Fall 2012 issue. I wanted to create a half and half sock with semi-solid and self-striping yarn. But equal halves was too boring. I came to work this pattern with “waves” of colourways and the STITCH SURFER was born! You will notice that there is no “right” and “left” foot on this pattern. This pair ofPlus ➡

This free Brioche Sock pattern is worked in the round on a circular needle from the cuff down.  To get a fully reversible version, I suggest knitting the heel and toe in garter stitch but you can easily substitute to stockinette stitch if you prefer. In addition to this free pattern, video tutorials are available for free on Youtube. Materials neededPlus ➡

knitting design sweater

This design was created for Biscotte Yarns. Knits this sweater from one sleeve to the other through the neckline. The stitches are then pulled up all around the bust to finish the knitting by the ribs at the waist, without any seam! So you can easily adjust the length of the sleeves and the body along the way. Good knitting!Plus ➡