granola - laine de chanvre

I am so happy to finally introduce the new GRANOLA into my hand-dyed yarn collection!! For those who don’t want to wait and would like to SHOP GRANOLA NOW, you may do so by using the following link: CANADIAN ONLINE STORE or USA ONLINE STORE !! This new hand-dyed GRANOLA yarn is made of merinoPlus ➡

I am so proud and excited about the new yarn being added to my collection: The launch date for the new GRANOLA is April 29 (YESSS!!) 😁😁😁 This new yarn is made of 70% merino wool and 30% hemp and contains 300 yards of yarn per 100 gram skein. Since hemp does not absorb dyePlus ➡

During my career as a designer, I have written over 120 knitting patterns (thanks to Ravelry for keeping track)! For one reason or another, some of them have been more successful, as is the case with the sock pattern Les Moutons de Biscotte (Biscotte’s sheep), which has been knitted several hundred times since its publicationPlus ➡

Less than 29 days until the end of 2020 (we were looking forward to the end of this one, weren’t we?) and I am glad to show you my two present your my last two sweater patterns of the year! This new design was created with the new Merino Worsted yarn that was added latelyPlus ➡

Octopus Garden Shawl

I am particularly happy to present my new design: the Octopus Garden shawl 🤗. Why? Because I rarely write my designs with yarn that is not my own hand-dyed yarn… Not by lack of interest in other brands (not at all!!!) but due to a lack of time! 😐 I often look at all thePlus ➡

Dolce 100% brushed cashmere yarn

You may have already seen it on Instagram, my Facebook page or on BiscotteYarns.com website 🥁 the new DOLCE is now available and ready for your next knitting project ♥ ♥ ♥ La Dolce is a yarn made of 100% brushed cashmere: a pure marvel of softness so pleasant to knit and wear ♥ BrushingPlus ➡

Impressionist yoke

I am particularly proud to present this new Impressionist model 🤗 This design combines all my passions: art history and knitting with artisanal yarn. ♥ Impressionism is an artistic movement characterized, among other things, by its visible brush strokes and a desire to capture fugitive impressions as well as the light of atmospheric phenomena. ItPlus ➡

yarn pooling

First of all, what is pooling? The term “pooling” is used when the colors of a semi-solid, speckled or variegated yarn all come together in the same place in a knitted fabric. It is easier to illustrate this concept in a picture with a variegated yarn: Here is a perfect example of “pooling”. The Grounded pattern you see above has been knittedPlus ➡

A quick post to let you know that my Zigging the Zag shawl is now officially launched and you can get it for FREE on BiscotteYarns.com ! To celebrate this new design, I organized a GIVEAWAY on my Instagram account with the collaboration of Biscotte Yarns ♥ Good luck to all and I would likePlus ➡

I don’t know if it feels the same for other designers, but when I finish a design and stand in front of a blank page, I have a feeling of hollowness that makes me anxious almost every time! I feel swallowed up by all the possibilities: which yarn shoud I pick? What garment type: doPlus ➡