Introducing Josefin

5 June 2011 · 2 comments in Knitting

After lots of work, my latest sweater pattern, Josefin is finally available for purchase.


Josefin is a simple pullover knit from the beautiful MadelineToash Pashmina (shown in Trodden). It’s got a versatile shape, dart shaping and slight scoopneck, which makes it flattering on most body types. But it’s the elegant details that really make this pattern: eyelet and garter trims, pleats and subtle puffed sleeves. I’m really proud of this pattern and I hope you love it too.


And now for some technical details: Josefin is knit from the bottom up with top-down set-in sleeves. I love this construction method since it has all the benefits of seamless knits with the structural advantages of a seamed sweater. The nit-picky details, like yardage and needle specifications are all available on Ravelry.


Josefin is now available to purchase on Ravelry for US$6. In addition, I’m currently running a promotion, where you get $2 off with purchase of any two of my sweater patterns. Past purchases are eligible, so if you’ve already purchased one of my other sweaters and buy Josefin today, you still get the discount. The code is HOORAY.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Lise June 6, 2011 at 6:16 am

Another gorgeous design by you. Congratulations :)

Maya June 19, 2011 at 11:25 am

Stunning design! I love the eyelet and garter trims, well done : )

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