Project Love: Midnight Sun

October 16, 2017
By Janina Kallio


All across Scandinavia, dark Arctic winters can be quite harsh. But when it’s finally time to move into a more festive season, nature rewards us with the most beautiful spectacle on earth: the midnight sun.

During this time of the year, « endless summer » is not just a way of speaking. While people gather outside with friends, the sun and the moon start playing hide and seek above the Arctic Circle, blurring boundaries between dusk and dawn, night and day…

Today in Project Love, we want to re-create the magic of white nights with a selection of light and dark shawls made by Woolenberry knitters from all over the world. We hope you find inspiration with these cosy and warm off-white wraps and classy and mysterious black and gray shawls.

Aureola knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Ingrid’s Aureola with Northbound Knitting Merino/Silk Twist
Photo© mpiggy on Ravelry
Paddington's Garden knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Mandy’s Paddington’s Garden with The Fibre Co. Meadow
Photo© muberig on Ravelry

 

Antarktis knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Kriste’s Antarktis with Madelinetosh Euro Sock
Photo© KristeBee on Ravelry
Wildheart knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Katarina’s Wildheart with DyeForWool Merino/BabyCamel Fingering
Photo© flykati on Ravelry

 

Daydreamer knitting pattern by Woolenberry
Anu’s Daydreamer with Knitlob’s Lair and Lanitium ex Machina. Photo© Amaiku on Ravelry
Songbird knitting pattern from Woolenberry
Jaana’s Songbird with The Uncommon Thread Merino Lace
Photo© koukutettu on Ravelry

 

Would you like to see your own project featured on Project Love? Help us find it by creating a project page on Ravelry and uploading beautiful pictures of your finished knit. We’ll always ask your permission before sharing your pics. Looking forward to your lovely and inspiring knits!

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