Talking about Ukraine, second hand shopping and two new designs, that are coming soon. Introducing Silín pullover and Javelin shawl.
I invite you on a walk through my roof-top garden, full of fruit and flowers, and share new design inspirations as well as updates on the upcoming new pattern releases.
In the first part of the episode I talk a bit more about the current situation in Ukraine, and then move on to my most recent designs: Ornata blouse, Root and Shoots sweater and freshly blocked summer blouse, which I called Volia.
Sharing tips on how to plan and execute a walking/trekking trip to Kerry with a detailed map, explained stages and accommodation suggestions.
Using a quiet day after King's Day to show you the most exciting projects of the last month. Featuring three new designs and a sewing/embroidery project. If you wonder how to sew a vyshyvanka, I'm learning by doing in this episode.
Talking a little bit about the current situation in Ukraine, newly released collaborations and upcoming designs. A very slow and meditative conversation with myself and the universe. Sometimes showing your vulnerability is the biggest strength, don't you think.
Catching up with you on the most recent designs and sharing a few thought about colourwork, publications and upcoming interview for the magazine.
It's been a while since the last episode, so I have plenty of new exciting things to show you. A new cabled turtleneck pullover and an exciting new colourwork design inspired by snowdrops called Nivalis.
Join me on a short intro to my favourite Christmas traditions. I'm making a straw spider and cooking a traditional Christmas dish - kutia. All while listening to Christmas carols.
For a few days around my birthday I escaped to the forest with a bag full of knits and a small project on my needles. The autumn this year is warm and beautiful, so brace yourself for the golden magic of woods and knitting outside.
In this episode I talk about destashing and the two new designs on my needles. Both in shades of brown — Mama bear pullover and Omela sweater dress.
A very personal and emotional episode, in which I am talking about my trip back to Ukraine and a new yarn collaboration on my needles. Includes unique footage of a natural stream washing machine called "Valylo".
Talking about my new designs Cinnamomum pullover and Glenview sweater, discussing tech editing and test knits, announcing Dark moss pullover pattern update.
Talking about Forest keys vest, Mimungo pullover and a new half-done project. Showing off a new cup and a necklace.
In this episode I'm sharing some new notions I've got for the studio and showing a couple of new wips. As always, we are sitting with Katzie in my little studio and chatting about this and that.
Make yourself a cup of tea and sit down for a nice long break. In this episode I talk about most recent designs, upcoming test knit calls, playing yarn chicken and a recent acquisition of the book by Laine Publishing "52 weeks of shawls".
After the most exciting and stressful month of March I took a little break to recover in April. There is footage from 5 days spent camping in the forest and bits of me rambling about life.
In this episode I talk about two most recent designs of mine: Orchard tales in collaboration with Kokon yarn, which will be released by the end of April, and Irish rover, which we are currently testing. I also show a very exciting sneak peek of the new design, that I'm working on.
Easter is right around the corner and for me it comes with my favourite family tradition of painting eggs. I am originally from Ukraine and this is my heritage, something I treasure and would love to keep no matter where life takes me.
In this episode I am talking about my PhD studies and how I came to knitting. I also show you my new floral yoke design - Between petals pullover and talk about inspirations and my design process.
I am talking about my new design - Spicy Stem pullover and unusually snowy weekend in Haarlem. Coming to you from my living room with little sneak peak of a new design collaboration. All spiced up with footage of Haarlem covered with snow.
It's so rare these days to have snow here in Haarlem. Last time it snowed 3 years ago, in march 2018, when Katzie was 1 year old. She remembered it and we could not keep her inside for more than 5 minutes. Snow filled our day with joy!
In this episode I'm coming to you from the floor in my office and show you the details of my new design - Sediment sweater with all the tricks as to how to adjust the pattern and make it your own.