Bosun


Det har lige taget mig et par dage  at få skrevet om den fantastiske nyhed herinde, dels fordi jeg har feber og en eller anden træls virus, og dels fordi jeg forsøger at få en ny hjemmeside og at køre.
Noglegange bliver jeg grebet af tingene, og har svært ved at fokusere på andet end den ene ting, og det er sket med mig og WordPress. I lååve WordPress. Effekten er sikkert forstærket af feberen.
Nå, det var vist et sidespor.

Det nye Twist Collective er ude. Det er deres 5-års jubilæums-udgave, og jeg er super stolt og beæret over at have et design med. Det hedder Bosun.

Designet hed opridneligt Slipstrøm, men så havde Knitty en opskrift med det navn, så nu hedder den Bosun. Designet er inspireret af slipstrømsmønstrene bag bådene der sejler langs kanalerne i København, og de ​​diagonale linjer klæder kvindekroppens feminine kurver. Garnet er helt forskellig fra hvad jeg oprindeligt havde forestillet, men det er prisen for at arbejde sammen med Twist Collective. De vælger garnet.

Twist Collective er mit absolutte favorit strikkemagasin. Det er altid så smukt stylet, fotograferet og sat sammen. Bag kulisserne de er lige så professionel og rare at arbejde med. Alt i alt er jeg meget tilfreds med processen og resultatet. Yaih!

It took me a few days to get writing about the amazing news, partly because I have a fever and some sort of annoying virus, and partly because I’m trying to get my new website up and running.
Sometimes I get swept up in things and find it hard to focus on anything other than the one thing that has caught my interest. This is what happened with me and WordPress. I lååve WordPress… The effect is probably enhanced by the fever.

The new Twist Collective is out. It’s their 5 year anniversary issue, and I’m super proud and honored to have a design in it by the name of Bosun



Originally the design was named Slipstream, but then Knitty had a pattern by that name, and so now it’s Bosun. It was inspired by the slipstream patterns behind the boats sailing along the canals of Copenhagen, and the diagonal lines are meant to flatter lovely feminine curves. The yarn is quite different from what I had originally envisioned, but that is the price of getting to work with Twist Collective. They choose the yarn.
Twist Collective is my favorite knitting magazine. It is always so beautifully styled, photographed and put together. Behind the scenes they are just as professional and lovely to work with. All in all I’m very happy with the process and the result. Yaih!