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Monday, July 10, 2006

New Pattern! Scrolls


Hi there everyone! I have been super busy this weekend and I finally have written four patterns! I made this scarf out of Sea Silk Hand Maiden... It is absolutely wonderful to work with! This scarf is 8x60" before blocking and used half the yardage of the ball! The pattern also has 2 other versions of the scarf to make a wider scarf with two spiral curls at each end and a Shawl. I am selling these three patterns together for $4.00 through paypal. I am not that computer savy and do not know how to link your payment with automatic delivery with a PDF. I am working on that. I will have to email you the PDF file when I get confirmation of payment until I get the automatic worked out. Thanks for your patience. I will send you the file within 12 hours of payment, probably faster than that!
You can purchase it as a kit, email if interested and I will call Yarntopia and get the colorways that are available; you can email me your prefrences and I will send it priority mail. The yarn is 400 m for $32, cost of pattern is $4 and shipping is &4.05. Total of $40.05...


I am really excited about my other patterns. All three are all written and ready to go but I don't have sample pictures of them! I am working as fast as I can.... If anyone has some extra time and yarn on their hands you can test knit one for me :) Of course I can't pay you, but you can get a free pattern to try out?

Close ups of the two different stitches for scarves and shawl...


  

  




Thanks everyone for your kind words on the previous post! The sweater was not frogged but gifted to my Sister-in-Law, it looks fab on her.I have been hard on myself lately, this is the biggest I have ever been and it gets me down sometimes. We all have to stick together right? I think once Hillard starts school again and I get back into my nomal routine things will perk up ;)

18 Comments:

Blogger Julie said...

If you sort out the auto pdf thing I'd love to hear about it (unless you use payloadz- that's too pricey for me). Been trying to sort out something like that myself!

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Brynne said...

Gorgeous!

10:48 AM  
Blogger Mom (a.k.a. Mary Ann) said...

Love the scarf!

I know you have asked me twice on my blog for my address, but I am less computer savvy than you and do not know how to respond, since those blog comments are "non-respondable". Any way, email me at mpeach at elc dot net, and I will give you my address.

11:11 AM  
Blogger CynCyn said...

shawl is so pretty! i need more close ups of detail though? and girl, you've been BUSY. Did you sedate your kids for a month or something? How else did you get so much done?

12:17 PM  
Blogger amylovie said...

Sheryl was so excited to see your pattern when she came in today.

Amy

1:53 PM  
Blogger knitting by Steph said...

love the scarf! I should probably hold off on anything too complicated though, since number 3 could... i mean, will! WILL be here in 5 weeks. Did I mention my oldest is only 3 and a quarter years old? I'm in for some good times...

2:01 PM  
Anonymous caitlyn said...

Congratulations on your new patterns! The scarf looks awesome!

3:38 PM  
Anonymous wendy g said...

Catherine,
Congratulations on selling your patterns! I know it is exciting.

4:41 PM  
Anonymous keri said...

That is so exciting you have your own pattern, and so pretty too!

I'll be a test knitter (waving hand!) it sounds like fun, and I have some extra yarn I'm sure I can scrounge up ;)

5:30 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Oooo, writing your own patterns, that's awesome! I can't wait to see your scarf in person :)

8:46 PM  
Blogger Wool Winder said...

Beautiful scarf! Good luck on your new venture with selling your pattern. Will Yarntopia by selling it also or will it be available only through your blog?

8:15 AM  
Anonymous Bossygirl said...

Looky, looky!!! The scarf is absolutely great! You are a clever chicky! Let me get the socks sorted out, etc., and I may be making a kit purchase from you. Good job!

5:17 AM  
Blogger Andrea said...

Your Scarf pattern is beautiful. Congratulations!!

8:44 AM  
Blogger Shelley said...

The scarf is beautiful! Congrats on writing your patterns! I'm far far away from ever doing that I think...

4:20 PM  
Blogger Stricken madchen said...

The scarf is beautiful! And I love your hair too. ;-) I'm in a lace knitting mood right now & would love to be a test knitter for you, if you still need one. (my e-mail is knitter29 at msn dot com).
Michelle

8:42 AM  
Blogger Vicki said...

The lace scarf is beautiful... Yeah for you on writing your own patterns!

8:15 PM  
Blogger del said...

Way to go, writing your own patterns & stuff! Good for you. And I do hope your spirits perk up when school starts again.

5:28 AM  
Anonymous Angelika said...

Your patterns look great. Wish I could come up with an idea like that. Need another testknitter? Drop me a line. I'm always open for new ideas.

7:17 AM  

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