Hi, I'm Fabi. I write knitting patterns among other things

<p><img src="/img/2020/11/IMG_8789.JPG" alt="dezasseis1"></p><p>My newest pattern, <a href="/en/patterns/dezasseis">Dezasseis</a>, is now available on <a href="">Ravelry</a>!</p><p>After a smooth test knit, this might be my fastest pattern release yet. I was a bit disappointed when I realized that I would have to release it as a one size only, but I decided to release as is. The price tag should reflect the pattern’s shortcomings.</p>
<p>I’ve been thinking about writing a blog post on how to sew a sweater knitted in pieces for a long time, and there’s no better time than the present since the <a href="">test knit</a> of my newest design is halfway through.</p><p>I won’t go into detail on the hand sewing techniques side of the process because I usually sew everything in backstitch. There are plenty of alternatives like <a…
<p>This blog post is a continuation of post <a href="/en/blog/quiltproblemspart1">Solving a quilt puzzle: Part 1</a>.</p><p>According to the plan I delineated in Part 1, I should now attribute a color to each number I used on the previous section.</p><p>I was planning on using a Robert Kaufman roll-up (more on it in Part 1), and on Robert Kaufman’s website you can see a picture of the fabric for each color on the roll. I screenshot it and got the RGB color values for each fabric with Gimp.…

Solving a quilt puzzle: Part 1

Triangles, rectangles, numbers

<p>Before we get to the meat of the matter, followers of this blog beware: the next couple of posts will be different than what I usually share on this space, and will contain no knitting whatsoever.</p><p>I have wanted to make a quilt ever since I started sewing and <a href="">Purl Soho’s Little Peaks Quilt pattern</a> was exactly the sort of quilt that I was looking for. The only problem with the pattern is that there…




Here you can read about my designs, as well as tips and modifications to my patterns. If you speak Portuguese you can also find me on Youtube as Meyas Podcast. And of course I am on Ravelry! Click on the Ravelry icon above or search for apionese.