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My name is Teti and I’m the creative mind and hard working hands behind Nutsknitwear. After spending almost a decade studying biology, I found my creative escape in knitting. I now spend my days and nights in the company of yarn, needles and my ginger cat Katzie. Knitting is my full time job and I absolutely love it.
My designs are inspired by nature, flowers and leaves, textures of bark and moss, movement and stilness of grass. My knitted garden is my soul woven in between woollen stitches.
Welcome to my little universe and thank you for your support!Warmly, Teti
Carcade or Roselle or Hibiscus — I bet you’ve tried this flower infusion? Its deep colour and beautiful flowers are mesmerizing. Worked top down seamless in a round, this pullover features round yoke decorated with lateral braids and a hem with intricate “inside out” floral colour work.
A generously oversized chunky cardigan, featuring dropped shoulder sleeve, deep cut V-neck and a pair of practical picked-up patch pockets. Made with bulky yarn in a variation of moss (seed) stitch it is a fast and easy project, suitable even for beginners.
A beautiful pullover worked bottom up with round yoke, A-line shaped body and long wide sleeves, featuring a gorgeous floral colour work pattern with floats of contrasting colour on the right side. Worked in rustic Icelandic wool it is light, yet extremely warm and comforting like a hug.
A romantic lightweight pullover, worked from the bottom up in a round and partially flat, with dropped puffy lace sleeves and attached cable edging around the scoop neck and hem. Perfect over dresses and/or high waisted skirt and pants. Designed cropped, but the length can be easily adjusted.
Rainey has raindrop pattern and carries “rain” in its name. Rainey as an old English name also means “queen” and you get to wear your headband as a crown. It is a tribute to the local Dutch yarn made from sheep bred on the Texel island and is naturally dyed here in The Netherlands by a local dyer.
The most simple yet elegant unisex raglan pullover with a wide standing mock neck. The garment is worked top down in the round with a few short rows shaping the neck and gradual increases along the raglan lines. This could easily be your first pullover!