For the second year, I'm participating in the Indie Design gift-a-long on Ravelry. The Indie Design Gift-A-Long is a 6 week long KAL/CAL of holiday gifts made from patterns designed by hundreds of independent designers.
From November 22nd at 8pm (US-EST) through November 30th at 11:59 pm (US-EST) I, along with many 334 other indie designers will be discounting between 5 - 20 of our patterns 25% for this event with the code giftalong2016. The code is good both in my Ms. Cleaver and Ravelry shops.
In addition to the giftalong patterns, I'll also be discounting all kits in my shop by 10% for same period (Nov 22-30).
You can find all 20 of my discounted patterns above, or here:
While the knit-a-long portion (with numerous prizes!) of the Gift-A-Long is ongoing, the sale ends tomorrow, so I've curated some of my favorite offerings from other designers to consider in the following Pinterest board, a few of which I'll be snagging myself. :)
Happy Holiday Knitting!!
I love knitting colorwork. But, for the uninitiated, colorwork can be quite intimidating. How you choose the right colors? Why does it make my gauge all weird and pucker-y?? What do I do with all these ends?!!
Today, I'll be sharing some tips and tricks for success with colorwork. This isn't a be-all, end-all guide, but it should help get you starting on or improving your colorwork skills.