The Spring Flora cowl is well on its way, need to get few of the sizes tested but so far so good.
I was so lucky that one of my favorite places to buy yarn, Hobbii, wants to buy the pattern from me, well I suggested a trade, yarn for the pattern… can never have too much yarn. So now I am adjusting and testing the pattern with Hobbii yarn, so far there is not much adjusting to do as the yarn I use is amazing, Hobbii Unicorn Solid, LOVE this yarn and amazing colors to choose from.
Long time coming, I have now published the pattern for my Herringbone pullover, on Ravelry, Etsy and Ribblr. The testing is done, thanks to wonderful testknitters via Ravelry testing forum and Fattestknits via Instagram. I am so proud and happy to finally being able to publish the pattern. Thank you so much to the wonderful people that helped me out and supported me in this!
I just finished this Spring Flora Cowl/Neck-warmer, actually the third one I made but I like it better than the others I have attempted so it will be my NR.1… I made some changes to the pattern that I had shared in earlier posts as I wanted to have more options to choose from. But now I am looking for testers on Ravelry for the Spring Flora Cowl. I need to get some test knitters that do not knit so tightly as I do.
My youngest son drew this one. I then went to work to crochet this figure for him as I wrote the pattern down, together we made sure it looked the way he wanted and now we have this cute unique stuffed teddy.