What Maya Knits

  1. What Maya and George Knits - Throwback Tops

    We are exposed to inspiration and the most wonderful creations on a daily basis here at the KWA HQ, and that means that occasionally the urge to make will strike simultaneously - and hit both George and I at the same time. We will then embark on the same project, a friendly battle of the speediest needles (that I loose...
    What Maya and George Knits - Throwback Tops
  2. What Maya Knits – Tessellated Vest

    As most of you know by now, my knitting time is so precious to me – firstly as it is very limited, secondly because with time I've become slow. With this I noticed a change in my focus, where the end result used to be the main goal, it is now all about the process, the knitting in itself, and...
    What Maya Knits – Tessellated Vest
  3. What Maya Knits – Autumn Forager by Jennifer Brou

    I ripped up the box, flipped the flaps aside, and fell in love – hard! It was our delivery of the autumn issue of Laine and beaming up at me was the cover featuring Autumn Forager by Jennifer Brou (link to Ravelry). My favourite projects are the ones that lets me explore texture, and the Autumn Forager presented endless opportunities...
    What Maya Knits – Autumn Forager by Jennifer Brou
  4. What Maya and George Knits - Camisole No.5

    George's Orange One I can't quite remember what came first. Was it Maya's blog post Summer Knits in June 2022 or when a customer came in looking for yarn to knit the Camisole No.5. But either way we were both hooked on the idea of knitting Camisole No.5 by My Favourite Things and especially knitting it in Fyberspates Scrumptious 4ply...
    What Maya and George Knits - Camisole No.5
  5. Fibre Foraging with Maya and Tuva

    Sometimes, as a knitter, you discover a design that just knocks the air out of you. Nothing else matters, you just have to get it onto your needles as quickly as you can. I mean, I am often intrigued by a project if it bears promises of new techniques or constructions that I haven't tried before, but a double win...
    Fibre Foraging with Maya and Tuva
  6. What Maya Knits - Take Stock

    After a really long winter, it honestly feels like we skipped spring all together, the summer heat has finally arrived to London. This is the time of year where I will gather all my 'woollies' give them a good rinse, a new blocking, and zip them up to be locked away for hot summer days and the dreaded moth season...
    What Maya Knits - Take Stock
  7. What Maya Knits - Filigree Sweater by Julie Knits in Paris

    There is this saying I've kept coming back to throughout my adult life, which goes something like 'if it ain't broken, don't fix it.' the saying originates from Punk culture and the DIY movement, it is about sustainability, and a reflection on why 'replacing' and 'adding to' is quite symptomatic of our current culture. But I seem to be adding...
    What Maya Knits - Filigree Sweater by Julie Knits in Paris

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