I had the sincere pleasure of meeting a very talented designer at the TNNA convention this past Saturday, Michelle Miller, a.k.a Fickle Knitter.
Michelle’s designs are even more fantastic in person and I’m simply in love with her shawl designs. The one particular thing I truly love about this designer, she creates designs that only require one skein of yarn. That is a big plus and it a great way for knitters to stash bust.
Did you know that Michelle just launched her very first book?
Leaves, features eight projects using only 395 yards of luxury yarn or less. Each pattern is very well written, provides charts, offers tips, abbreviations and includes gorgeous photos of each design.
Inside you will find projects for four small accessories that are perfect for newer knitters and four shawls for more advanced knitters. The great thing about Michelle’s designs, each pattern has been tech edited and test knit for accuracy as well as clarity
- Leaf Relief Cowl
- Golden Leaf Shawl
- Wave or Particle Shawl
- Simple Flats
- Shawl in Bloom
- Perennial Top Down Silk Beret
- Photosynthesis Wristlet
- Tulipan Shawl
You can purchase a signed hard copy of Michelle’s book or purchase a PDF version. Either way you will not be disappointed! You can find all of Michelle’s design online at her Website and online at Raverly. Be sure to stay informed and join her Raverly group, Fickle Knitter Design and follow her on FaceBook.
About: Michelle Miller graduated from West Virginia University in 2003 with her first degree in Physics with an emphasis in Astrophysics. She then attended California State University at Long Beach while studying Physics and doing Materials Science Laboratory research, graduating with her Masters Degree in 2010.
Michelle has been writing knitting patterns professionally since 2008. She combines her love of mathematics and knitting and takes joy in her knitting (almost) every day. Michelle has been published regularly with articles and knitting patterns appearing in magazines and books since 2009. Michelle specializes in writing knitting patterns that only requires one skein of luxury yarns.