Saturday, September 15, 2007

Patterns for Sale.

Finally, some of my patterns are available for direct purchase!

Right now, I can only accept Cash Funded PayPal, but I'm working on alternatives.

Though I haven't figured out how to tell the shopping cart this, each of these is ALSO available to purchase in hard copy. The hard copies are more expensive (what with the cost of printing and purchasing the little sleeves etc), and will also incur shipping charges (which depend on your zip code). If you'd like to buy one in hard copy, please email me, and I'll send you a PayPal invoice...

I'm also working on creating a shopping cart, but for now, click the Buy Now button to order each one:

Danish Seaman's Scarf

This scarf was designed for OFA's Red Scarf Project in conjunction with the Blog Tour for Donna Druchunas' book Ethnic Knitting: Discovery: The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, and The Andes

It uses a provisional cast on (for which I recommend Judy's Magic Cast On), and simple knit/purl textures.

Please use it to make a scarf for OFA (and for yourself or family and friends, of course!)

Dowload this here it's free!

JOYful Lace Socks - FD-0701

These were originally designed for Just Our Yarns, and were on display at a variety of shows including Stitches Midwest in 2007! They use a variant of one of Cat Bordhi's new Sockitectures, and a lovely but simple to memorize lace pattern.

$5.00 for pdf download


Mendocino Clock Socks - FD-0601

These socks include instructions for optional "arch darts" -- to help those with high arches make socks that fit comfortably snugly. The cable pattern was inspired by the Mendocino Sweater from Pacific Coast Highway.

$5.00 for pdf download

Babette - FD-0702

I designed this blanket for a co-worker's daughter. It was inspired by a simple pattern described in one of Debbie Macomber's books, but soon sprang into a more involved knit when the ruffled edge got involved. Though the ruffled edge make a big difference in the look of the shawl, it is not difficult to knit time consuming perhaps, as each round gets noticably longer than the preceding round, but not difficult.


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