As per usual, it’s been quite a long time since I’ve posted anything on here.
Well, here’s a little update of what’s going on in my life and what’s coming soon!
First off, new pattern! Well, none yet, but I’m currently working on putting the finishing touches on both the Football Sunday and Vulpix Pokedoll pattern. Hopefully they’ll be up this month and you’ll have something cool to knit!
Secondly, I’m currently working on a HUGE original project, a garter lace blanket. There’ll be more about it coming soon and hopefully a pattern too!
Well, as always, happy knitting!
I know it’s been a while, but someone has been kind enough to point out a couple errors in my pattern from July, 2012: the Grape Vines Hat. I’ve since found the old hat and made some changes to the pattern to make it more readable and fix a couple mistakes.
Here’s the new link!
Grape Vines Hat (v2, 6-13-13) (PDF, 717 kb)
Please remember to email me with any questions or concerns! You can also just leave a comment here if you want.
Hello there, everyone!
Sorry for such a delay in posting, there’s been a lot going on recently. To make up for it, here’s the pattern I promised!
I think this one is my favorite beanie yet.
It’s another double-knit beanie, this time with a super cute cat pattern on part of it!
All my friends would say that if there’s one thing I love more than crafting, it’s kitties. I’ve got two of my own. My older cat is named Kody and my new kitty is named Nellie.
Sorry bout that…. I show people pictures of my cats the way most people show off their children!
Here’s the link for the pattern!
Knitty Kitty Beanie (.pdf, 2.6MB)
I hope you all have a great time knitting this! And, as always, you can email me or leave a comment if you have a questions or corrections for the pattern!
Ok, so I promised that I’d post it later today (which is technically yesterday), but here it is!
And now, the sneak peek….. another beanie!
I LOVE this hat! I love the colors and, of course, the kitty! This is a pattern I just sort of started fiddling with and ended up really liking. It uses the same techniques as the other beanies but uses a slightly thinner yarn (worsted, not aran) so it’s a completely different feel.
So, as always, keep checking back here because this one will also have a free pattern coming!
It’s finally finished! I’ve taken all the photos I need and have put together a pdf of the pattern for this fabulous hat.
If you didn’t see the previous post about this hat, it’s basically just a simply beanie–but with a twist. It’s double knit all the way through, so it’s completely reversible, and super-duper warm!
I’ve already worn it around campus a few times and it’s kept my ears pretty darn toasty. I also love that it has the two sides, so if I change in mood during the day I can just give it a little flip for a whole new look!
Which side do you guys like better? I think I like the mostly blue one…. but it’s’ hard to decide!
Ok, I know, enough yakking. Here’s the pattern!
Link (.pdf): Isle of Birds
If you all have any questions about the pattern, comments, or corrections, please, please feel free to email me!
My email is email@example.com
You can also just leave a comment on this post too!
I’ll be posting the link to the official Ravelry page of this hat later today (along with the next sneak peek…. :D) so check back soon!
So, good news for everyone out there looking for a cool new pattern to knit.
I’ve slightly modified my chevron double knit hat and have turned it into a pretty cool fair-isle beanie. I’ve finished it, and pics of it completed are on the way, but here’s a quick look at some WIP pictures.
There will be a pattern coming too, hopefully this week!~
And don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about my chevron items. Once I get them re-knitted so that I can include a phototutorial, I’ll post the pattern!
So….. stay tuned~