Bon tricot! Glückliches stricken! ハッピーニット! Счастливого вязания! Over the years, Brooklyn Tweed has occasionally released translations of individual patterns in languages other than English. For the first time ever, we’re pleased to announce that as of today, the entire 12-piece Fall 17 collection is now available in French, German, Japanese and Russian. We cherish knitting traditions from around the world as well as support diversity within our collective knitting culture. For these reasons, we chose to work with native-speaking translators who are knitters themselves to bring a full Brooklyn Tweed pattern collection to more knitters of the world. May these additional pattern translations help bridge the barrier when it comes to sharing handwork options globally. When you purchase a Brooklyn Tweed pattern through our webstore or on, the pattern PDF will automatically be available in all of its translations. The file name of each PDF designates its language. If you have already purchased a pattern from the Fall 17 collection, the translated versions are available to download in your BT account and/or Ravelry library. (If you’re purchased patterns from our webstore, read how to transfer them to your Ravelry library here.) Additionally, our Pattern Translations page serves as a resource where you can find a list of all the translations available for Brooklyn Tweed patterns. This list is frequently updated as we're committed to continuing to offer this service and sharing Brooklyn Tweed patterns with the world’s knitters. Are there particular patterns from the BT Archives that you wish to see translated into a particular language? If so, leave us a comment below with the pattern name and language and we will add it to our wishlist!


  • Di Jarod Flood Lolo Ninian Femimore e Ptarmigan, di Irina dmitrieva loded e rambler e di Gudrun Johnton paddok shawl in italiano. Grazie!!

    Antonella Salone on

  • Your swatch post is brilliant.

    Nanette on

  • I’d love to translate some of your patterns into Polish.

    Małgorzata on

  • I’d love to have the translation of Ondawa in Italian

    Mavi on

  • Hello,
    I will like so much “wellwood” is translated in french!
    Thank you for all this translation work.
    We love so much “brooklyntweed”…

    Audrey on

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