March 6, 2013
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!
February 17, 2013
I finally finished a pattern!
I’m writing this time to give you guys a free pattern for this big, fluffy cowl I made!
Download (.pdf): Ze Pink Poof
This thing was both really fun and a hassle to make. It knitted up really quickly, but the yarn kept shedding everywhere!
Please feel free to email me or comment with any corrections, questions, or comments!
July 3, 2012
Hello, everyone! Now that summer’s here I plan to be updating regularly with at least new posts about how my current projects are going. Sorry for being away for so long, but those college students out there will understand how busy that second semester can get.
But, I have a brand new pattern for you. I call it the Grape Vines Hat. Please check it out on Ravelry too!
You can send any comments or report any errors to my email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grape Vines Hat (PDF, 665kb)
February 1, 2012
Here’s my second pattern in less than a week! (I find that pretty impressive.)
It’s a simple, skinny-ish, lace-panel scarf that’s great to wrap around and around to keep you super toasty. It’s only 29 stitches wide, and knit on size 10.5 needles, so it’s a pretty quick project (and great for a last-minute gift!).
Download Link (.pdf): Bubblegum Pop Scarf
As always, email/message me or leave a comment if you find any problems with the pattern, or just wanna say hi!
~This scarf will be in my Etsy once I get it set up, so keep an eye out… : )
January 29, 2012
I know that it’s been a while since I’ve posted, I got pretty caught up with my first semester of school. But, I’ve created a new pattern for you guys, with another one on the way!
I call it the Falling Diamonds Scarf!
What do you think! It comes in at nearly a whopping seven feet and is almost a foot wide! Here’s the .pdf for you guys:
Falling Diamonds Scarf (Download Link)
If you have any questions feel free to comment or send me an email!