Julekuler generator

Create your own julekule pattern

You love knitting and don't know Julekuler yet? Then it's about time!

Check out Arne & Carlos' video on their book 55 Christmas Balls to Knit: Colorful Festive Ornaments--Tree Decorations, Centerpieces, Wreaths, Window Dressings (UK). Arne & Carlos are the two Scandinavian cult designers who originated those lovely knitted balls called Julekuler.

Julekuler generator: Example for a knitted Julekule Julekuler generator: Example for a finished Julekule
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Soon it will be Christmas again and what could be a better gift than handcrafted Christmas balls with your personal design on them?

So get started designing your own festive ornaments in the Julekuler generator!

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Besides their book about knitted christmas balls (UK) the authors Arne & Carlos have published other books about knitting. For example Knitted Dolls: Handmade Toys with a Designer Wardrobe, Knitting Fun for the Child in All of Us (UK) a book with beautiful instructions for funny dolls including a lot of additional patterns for clothing and accessoires.

The next stop for decorating your house is easter. Arne & Carlos also prepared for this holiday with their book Easter Knits: Eggs, Bunnies, and Chicks-with a Fabulous Twist (UK) A collection of wonderful patterns and step by step instructions to create lovely deco around the easter time.

If you want to bring the art of knitting to your garden during the summer, I highly recommend their newest book Knit-and-Crochet Garden: Bring a Little Outside In: 36 Projects Inspired by Flowers, Butterflies, Birds and Bees (UK).

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