I’ve had a productive crafting weekend so far. I drafted 2 patterns, published one pattern and prepared one for publishing tomorrow. What are they I hear you ask?
The one I published is a bow brooch. Sometimes I set myself a challenge and this was one – a bow made in a continuous piece. It is not at all difficult to make if you are used to working in the round and it is a great stash buster. Here’s a photograph.
It has been published on Ravelry and Craftsy. And the first 20 people who purchase it on Ravelry will get it free if they use coupon code BOW – be quick, it is already selling! Here’s a link: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bow-beautiful
The 2 patterns I drafted are now in testing. I have some lovely friends on Ravelry who test my patterns, and I count myself lucky to have them. The patterns are for a scarf and a cowl and are the first 2 in a series of patterns that I am working on. You may have spotted parts of them in the photo in my last blog!
The pattern I have prepared for publishing is the fourth in my series of hexagons. I started The Hexagon Project 2013 in April and I am publishing 1 pattern each month for 7 months. You can read all about it here: http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/agrarian-artisan-designs/2521297/1-25
Here is a sneak preview of no 4.
Happy knitting and crocheting