Éowyn and Little Red

A few months ago I FINALLY published Éowyn! Since then I’ve had a move and some major health issues, but I’m totally fine! I am happy and quite at peace for once. It’s a novelty!

“And then her heart changed, or at least she understood it; and the winter passed, and the sun shone upon her.”  

Éowyn is a simple yet regal tunic or dress, practical yet elegant- fit for any active princess on-the-go. With eyelet increases and two stunning lace hem options, Knit in DK (in larger gauge- you may have to size up on your needles) to worsted.  

Éowyn can suit any variety of occasions or wear for casual activities like caring for your white palfrey or helping the castle cook prepare the evening meal. 

This design is the debut of a new eBook, Bookworm Series 

You will need:

  • 280-900 yards of dk to worsted weight yarn; 18% main color and 82% trim color
  • 16” (24” for sizes 3/4 and up) size US 5 & 7 circular needles
  • Size G crochet hook
  • Darning/yarn needle
  • 2-6 ¾” to 1” decorative button, 1-2 for back; one for the pocket (I get mine from Tessa Ann: (http://www.etsy.com/shop/TessaAnn) 


Little Red just released yesterday evening, in time for Cinco de Mayo! Comfy & classic. Featuring cascading heart cables on a background of garter stitch, this flowy, hooded cape will warm you on long adventures in the wood or while cuddling up to read your favorite tale.

This design is featured in the Knitted Fairy Tales eBook.  Yarn: Madelinetosh MCN Worsted in Cardinal. 3/4/5/6 skeins

Gauge is 4.5 spi on US sz 7 needles with worsted weight yarn in garter stitch

Tools: cable needle, yarn needle

Notions: 1-2 metal clasp(s), frogs, 1” or larger buttons, crochet hook 

copyright ViolettaI


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