Tag Archives: Donegal

When one takes a walk through Milan

It was walking through Milano that designer Alice Twain got her inspiration for the little hat which she called “A walk in Milano”. While skirting the Sforza Castle she met a woman wearing a hat with a design that inspired this Milan-themed hat. Twain used our Donegal to devise this intricate but not particularly difficult […]

Donegal, Lanecardate Handknitting tweed yarn

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Donegal is Lanecardate Handknitting extremely versatile yarn, because of its weight and structure Donegal is perfect for both knitting and crochet and it can be used for sweaters, cardigans, accessories like hats, scarves, mittens, bed socks, bags and also for blankets. Sold in 50 grams/120 meters balls, Donegal is a pure wool slightly felted tweed […]

Pon Pon Cowl

For our Camel yarn, we thought of a pon pon enriched ribbed cowl pattern (but you can get rid of the pon pons, if you don’t like dainty balls of yarn!). To knit the cowl, you shall need to know how to knit, purl, increase and decrease. Camel coats are coming back from the 1980s […]

Donegal and the Eiffel tower

Expo 1889, modello di Maria Modeo

Maria Modeo recently published Expo 1889, her knitting pattern inspired to the Eiffel Tower and Paris Great Exhibiton. At the moment the pattern is available in Italian only. The yarn used for the pattern is our Donegal, a pure, slightly felted, wool. It meets the favour of both women and men because of its tweed, […]