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Fairy Tale Knits

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Thanks to the really brilliant comic book series “Fables” I found my love for fairy tales again. Ok I started to hate strange persons and fall for ones I never liked in the original fairy tales but that’s a great comic book for you.

The first one published are my wilde Schwäne mitten.

Lovely not to long mitten for a friend who loves the fairy tale “wild swans” by Hans Christina Anderson. They are knitted in Wollmeise Frosch (yes the scrapes from the Tempest Cardigen) and the nettles are made with the roositude inlay method.
The inlay method is really easy and something for knitters who (like me) aren’t good with stranded knitting. You weave in strandes of the contrast colour while knitting so you don’t have to fiddle with tension after knitting.

With the code “Brennesseln” you get a 10% discount for them.

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About Atalante

Knitter, sewer, spinner. Way to many comic books, yarn and Doctor Who DVDs at home to call it healthy but I love it.

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