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According to her grandson, Adelina must have been a sweet woman, who took her time to like you, but became an unwavering ally once she had adopted you. 


The yak gives this fiber a drape and a luminosity that will conquer you. Its natural colour, closer to greige than ecru, gives each colorway a rich depth. Yes, you can even use it to knit stocks. 


70% Merino/20% Yak/10% nylon

100 g/400 m/438 yd

Needles 2.5 to 3.5 mm

26 to 32 stitches per 10 cm

Hand wash, dry flat

Mr Bouthillette

Mr. Bouthillette realized one of my father's greatest dreams by putting a forest under our protection. From his family to ours. 


A blend of BFL, from the British breed of Bluefaced Leicester sheep, and nylon, this English fibre with its characteristic tweed has a look and definition of mesh that I particularly like. I like to use tweed as an alternative to the popular speckles colours.


85% Blue Faced Leicester SW/15 % Nylon


100 g/400 m/438 yd

Needles 2.5 to 3.5 mm

26 to 32 stitches per 10 cm

Machine wash, dry flat

Ms Phillipon

Her skin was made of parchment paper, it seemed soft to me. Almost like a legacy, she entrusted me with objects that had been in her lineage for too many years to retain the number.


A blend of merino and cotton, Ms. Philippon is an ideal fiber for summer projects, knitting for miniature humans and people of warm nature. 


50% Merino SW / 50% Cotton

100 g/400 m


Needles 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm

26 to 32 stitches per 10 cm

Machine wash, dry flat


Romeo was my father Stéphane’s favorite grandfather. It’s not always admitted, to have favorites in families. But sometimes a natural connection develops and there is nothing we can do but recognize the strength of the filial bond.

Romeo is an untreated Highland wool of heavy DK / light worsted weight. You’re going to ask me if it’s rustic or soft. It is difficult to describe without being touched. It is more on the rustic side, but will not be the roughest of your closet. It is impressively light, without any compromise in warmth.

100% Untreated Highlands wool
DK / 225 m / 100g
Needles 4 mm
22 stitches for 10 cm
Handwash in lukewarm water


There are two breeds of alpacas. Huacaya, whose fibre is very known, and suri, which is worth knowing. Once spun, its fibre is similar to an improved version of mohair. Take a strand and replace the effect of a fingering strand doubled with mohair. Be careful, it's airy, soft and addictive.


74% baby suri alpaca / 26% silk

320 meters / 50 grams

Needles: 3.5 to 6 mm

Sample: 28 stitches per 10 cm


My mother's mother. Emilia's daughter. My grandmother. She made the best sugar pie and had the sweetest arms in the world. At three o'clock, the whole quintuplex was forbidden to make noise; she was taking a nap.


The softest of murier and mohair silk blends, use alone or in combination with another fiber to give a halo of lightness to any project, you will feel like knitting a cloud. 


72% Mohair/28% Murrant silk


50 g/420 m/459 yd

Needles 1 to 2.5 mm

28 stitches per 10 cm

Hand wash


Actually, she was Italian, and her name was Giuseppina. Her smiles, rather rare, were all the more precious when she had them. 


Particularly soft for an untreated fibre, this 100% merino textured and lightweight fabric will keep your knits in place.


100% untreated merino


100 g/400 m/438 yd

Needles 2.5 to 3.5 mm

26 to 32 stitches per 10 cm

Hand wash, dry flat


Daphnee, like my sister of the same name, is luminous and airy. With a lace weight, this luxurious strand can be knitted alone or doubled with Leona or Clémence for a more structured fabric.

80% merino / 20% silk
800 m / 100 grams
Needles: 2.5mm to 3.5mm
Sample: 33 to 40 stitches - 10cm
Hand wash, dry flat.

Finished objects

Seeing your projects knitted in Emilia & Philomena motivates me and fills me with joy. Here is a short selection of my favorites of the moment. Discover the effect of the different bases and let yourself be inspired by browsing through all the achievements listed on Ravelry HERE.


All the pictures in this gallery belong to the talented knitters who realized these projects.


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