Oct 28, 2015

Knitting Pattern for Charlotte

Charlotte was my last Mystery KAL hosted in my group on Ravelry. It was fun, and if you are on Ravelry, you should check out all the colorful and various Charlotte's that were knitted during this Mystery KAL.

Charlotte with snowballs

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Oct 25, 2015

Knitting Pattern for Stripy Poncho

Stripy Poncho
This poncho has been my favorite for few years now. I wear it almost daily in the fall and spring when the weather gets a bit chilly early in the morning, but is still warm enough throughout the day.

One size should fit all.
The poncho is made out of two rectangles which are sewn together.

Finished measurements:
Each Rectangle: 37" (94 cm) long and 22" (56 cm) wide.

The pattern is free and you can get in in my Ravelry store or download it by clicking on this button:

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Oct 23, 2015

Cool wool....

Monster Al and his Friends
Somehow I have stumbled upon an article named "How wool got cool" by Rosie Ifould and the readers were encouraged to contribute to The Guardian by submitting their knitted or crocheted projects to Weird and wonderful knitting for a chance to have their work published. My two submitted pieces Diamondback Rattlesnake and Monster Al and his Friends were both accepted and are published on their website:
Link here

Diamondback Rattlesnake

About the same time I have stumbled upon The Crafty award where you can submit your do-it-yourself creations and once again I have submitted the Diamondback Rattlesnake and my submission was published as well.

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