Knitting Patterns

Available for purchase in Ravelry

Pop o f Pink Socks

Mid-calf socks with a slouchy leg, worked in DK weight yarn. Excellent for using up scrap yarn!

Everyday Neon Socks

A short row heel, play with colors and slipped stitches. Fingering weight yarn.

Haihu Socks

Easy cables and an interesting heel – Haihu is worked in DK weight sock yarn and it’s available in large sizes too!

Love Grows socks

Lace knitting is not as difficult as you think, and this pattern is an easy way to give lace a go. Published in Knit Now in 2020, also available in Ravelry.

Aallon alla socks (in FI only)

If you want to try knitting socks from toe up, this pattern provides you an easy way to give it a go.

Rasi trio socks (in FI only)

This is the basic sock pattern for a person who just wants simple socks – only a bit more interesting for the knitter.

Tiilenpäät socks (in FI only)

Slipped stitches and a good opportunity to use those small scraps! A short row heel.

Published in magazines

Here are my patterns that have been published in magazines (in Finnish or in English), but are not yet available as a single pattern. If you are interested in being notified  when a pattern will be published in Ravelry, please join my email list – the subscribers are always the first to know about pattern (re-)launches, and they are the ones to get discount codes too.


7 am legwarmers

Simple leg warmers combine twisted rib and half fisherman’s rib in worsted weight yarn. Published in Knitty in 2019.

Touch of Frost socks

Socks worked in fingering weight yarn, with a flap heel and slipped stitches. Published in Interweave Knits Gifts in 2020.

Fruit Candy legwarmers

Another pattern which is great for using up your scrap yarn! The pattern combines purl stripes and a little bit of stranded colorwork. Published in Kauneimmat Käsityöt in 2020.

Detective socks

The shadow of an old-school detective in the leg of these socks – worked flat in intarsia. Published in Kauneimmat Käsityöt Lahjat magazine in 2020.

Dino socks

The future paleontologists love these dino socks, which are my interpretation of a stegosaurus. Published in Käsityön ABC 18 – Sukat in 2020.