I first met Judit online when she came up with this incredibly stunning version of my Hyphen cardigan (click on image for the Ravelry project page):
Stunning isn't it? I had never really thought of using knitting as a canvas for embroidery before! I had to find out more about her (she lives in Hamburg, not too far from me!) and I started following her on social media.
Her creativity and eye for colors are just brilliant. She has a particular love for colorwork and I love just about everything she comes up with. Her Instagram feed is so inspiring, full of the most enticing photographs of wooly goodness. AND she doesn't just knit, she also spins and sews beautifully, and even sells THE coolest project bags (she calls them Kunibags) online, in shops around Hamburg and at yarn festivals.
I am so delighted that she agreed to donate one Kunibag as a prize for our Entrechat KAL.
One lucky winner will soon receive this beauty! I have to admit I'm a bit jealous ;)
I love the combination of fabrics she picked out, it's super elegant and modern, with a retro twist, don't you think?