Burnet takes its visual inspiration from the many beautiful late 19th and early 20th century tiles you see in the entrance to Glasgow tenements (apartment blocks).
The tenement tiles are small pieces of art, and come in a stunning array of colours and designs.
Burnet is knitted in a plant-dyed 4ply yarn hailing from one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands. It is knitted in the round with a pleasing geometric pattern.
Formerly an exclusive pattern for Edinburgh Yarn Festival 2016 Wool Tribe, this is now available online.
The Lindgren mittens are as Nordic as they come.
They take their name and inspiration from Swedish children’s author Astrid Lindgren whose works lit up Karie's Scandinavian childhood. The mittens are as playful and delightful to knit as Lindgren’s books are to read.
The mitts use three colours of a warm double-knitting yarn, though never more than two colours per row.
The pattern is sized for three adult hands and contains information on how to upsize/downsize it. It also outlines how to convert the mittens into fingerless mitts.
The Astrid hat takes its name and inspiration from Swedish children’s author Astrid Lindgren whose works lit up Karie's Scandinavian childhood.
Taking her cue from Lindgren’s books, the hat is whimsical and bold - but it would still warm your ears in a Swedish snow storm.
The hat uses three colours of a warm double-knitting yarn and a playful pompom on top. Sizing modification tips are included in the pattern.