I’m pleased to say that my patterns are now available on the LoveKnitting site – 29 patterns and 1 ebook!
In addition to the reasonable prices of my patterns (and some free), LoveKnitting is offering 10% off yarn when you buy any indie designer pattern through the end of May. Just a few days left, so check it out now!
I’m also proud to announce the release of my first ebook collection of patterns: Four of My Favorites: Lace Knit Shawls for All Seasons
You save 25% percent on the total price of the individual patterns when you purchase the ebook.
My patterns and the ebook are available on Ravelry and Craftsy as well, as are my original hand knit (by me) accessories on Etsy.
It took a while to knit this, especially with the travel interruptions (!) but for me the result was really worthwhile.
I feel that my design concept of iconic Parisian landmarks linked by the Seine translated well into the lace stitch patterns in Parisian Links: des liens étroits making for a lovely beaded shawl or seriously oversized bandana.
If you have some experience with lace knitting and consider yourself an advanced beginner or intermediate knitter, you should find this pattern enjoyable to knit. It’s available on Ravelry and Craftsy along with many of my other patterns.
Give it a try and let me know if I can help!
If you’d like to wear this light, colorful, summer-weight accessory, but aren’t in the mood to knit it yourself, you can find the finished item for sale on Etsy!
I went to Hokkaido, Japan for a long weekend recently and my Parisian Links bandana/shawl has not progressed all that much because I didn’t take it with me on the trip.
There’s plenty of inspiration in the natural beauty of Hokkaido and I hope to be able to capture some of it in upcoming designs. We were there in time to see both snow-capped peaks and sakura or cherry blossoms as well.
So, now I’m back in Bangkok and can report some progress on the Paris project, as you can see from the photo below.
Come back for a visit next week and I might be able to show you the finished product – and provide links to the pattern and product!
In the meantime you might like to have a look at my patterns on Ravelry and scarves and shawls for sale on Etsy.