I’m so excited!
I’m almost done my first ebook!
I just have to make a couple of pom-poms, take some more photos, add them to my book, proof read and it’s ready to upload to loveknitting.com!
It will contain 8 beginner to intermediate knitting patterns to help keep you warm this winter.
Here’s a sneak peek:
Over the weekend, I decided to use up some cotton yarn I had left from another project and make a dish towel.
It was a really fast project and super simple utilizing only the Garter stitch (knitting every row).
I used Rico Creative Cotton Aran from loveknitting.com for this project. It’s one of my favourite yarns to work with.
Well, off to start another dish towel. This time I’m going to make one to go with the dish cloth I made the other weekend.
A while back I made myself a knitted dish cloth and I loved it so much, I made another one!
I’m definitely going to be making more of these. They are the perfect project for those little leftover balls of cotton yarn.
I wrote out the pattern for it and it’s FREE!! Click here to get it.
I have a new pattern for sale over at loveknitting.com – The Frances Beanie!
It’s my first intermediate pattern!! I initially categorized the pattern as beginner, but when I submitted it for review, loveknitting.com recommended I increase the difficulty to intermediate! Maybe I’m not just a beginner knitter any longer!! LOL!!
You can click here for the pattern.
Good afternoon everyone!
I thought I would share today a super easy hat pattern. You can literally complete this hat in a few hours!
It consists of your basic ribbing (knit 1, purl 1)and the garter stitch (knitting every row). I used 2 strands of DK yarn at one time to make it extra cozy.
You can find the pattern here!