Here you’ll find the English Version of my free patterns, as well as links for you to download them in printer-friendly .pdf files.
1. Electra Stole
Mohair and paillettes for a luxurious, soft, elegant stole! It’s a lace pattern, but it’s the kind of lace even a novice knitter can perfectly knit!
Go on and give it a try, there’s no way you can fail on that!
2. Kapa – an easy-to-knit cape to hug your shoulders
You will find the pdf version of this pattern, once you click : Kapa in English
3. My -Free- Greek Valentine Cowl Pattern
Just click on the link! Happy knitting!
4. The Godfather’s Cowl
A Christmas gift to a dear, dear friend who is also my son’s godfather, this cowl is supposed to be knitted in a soft, chunky yarn. The stitch used is beginner – friendly, I’m going to use this pattern as a teaching supplement for my knitting classes, so it has to be easy, yet challenging enough. It is knitted in the round, of course, and it is supposed to be a fun knit, so have fun!
5. Ilitominon preemie blanket
“Ilitominon brings together parents of premature neonates with scientists, aiming at providing care to premature newborns. In order to achieve its aim, Ilitominon organizes and supports social,scientific and educationalactivities through social, scientific and educational activities that contribute to the promotion and solution of medical and socio-economic problems of the families that have premature newborns.
Ilitominon is member of the European National Parents Organisations under the umbrella of EFCNI whose main aim is to tackle inequalities in newborn health in Europe. In that context, Ilitominon paricipates in the Standards of Care for Newborn Health collaborative project under the auspices of EFCNI for the development of harmonised standards for the care of preterm and newborn infants in Europe.
Because with every infant born, hope is also born and Ilitominon wishes to keep this hope alive and strong.” (http://www.ilitominon.gr/en)
I designed this blanket especially for those who wish to offer a soft hug to those tiny Ilitominon fighters, those babies who fight for life and for their parents who need to know that there are people out there who support them and feel for them.